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I'm not using the canoe since I got the skiff and need to recover some space in my garage.

Wenonah Fisherman Canoe
14' Royalex Model (Dimensions Here: https://www.wenonah.com/Canoes.aspx?id=109)
Paddles and other accessories included.

Extremely Lightweight and Very Stable. I am able to stand and cast the fly rod easily.
There is some light oyster rash on the bottom, purely cosmetic.

Asking $600 in the Tampa / St Pete area. DM me for details.

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Yup. The canoe is super light. If the SUP I listed sells, I may keep the canoe. But I'll gladly sell the canoe to someone who will use it more than me.
 

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Good canoe for a pretty good deal for someone... Royalex is a tuff material.

I have a kevlar/gelcoat version of the Vagabond Solo and love it although its a little to sketchy to stand and quietly cast, actually standing is not the hard part I stand and pole or paddle it, but when sight fshing bones its not easy to quietly stop, switch from pole/paddle to rod, and then make a quick cast.
 
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