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dan hufferd

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About dan hufferd

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  • Birthday 10/27/1967

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    pierce city mo
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    Gen 1:21
    And God created great whales, and every living creature that moveth, which the waters brought forth abundantly.... and God saw that it was good.

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  1. I think we should call someone (who ever it is) and make them include beaver lake on the border lakes licence. That would save me $40.
  2. I am pretty sure that I have some picture with the same background 😁. There is walleye in my pic's too. You caught some good ones !
  3. I am 2 miles west of walleye rd😁 You did good !
  4. I thought this was funny, fast forward to about 7 minutes
  5. Just in case you thought you don't need anything else.
  6. No, but this area has a lot pressure on it. It is close to a ramp, wide and slow, perfect for a new kayaker. He had fun, and that was the goal.
  7. 1st time in a kayak for him, I would add that he has grown up on the creek, and in the woods. I will probably get a thrashing for the lack of a life vest but that's ok. He is a natural in the yak.
  8. Right on !!! You found some good ones.
  9. I think walleye like 6 ppm and 60 degrees, last I read. Sucks to be a walleye right now. I reckon they would be in the 26ft range. Does any one know what happens where a spring comes in, does the DO go up or down ?
  10. It's all fun until you almost die once then it kind'a changes things, if I am alone, I'm good, if I am kayaking or canoeing with someone, I get extra alert. Considering weather, and the time it takes to plan and float safely, this is an awesome accomplishment, a lifetime of float trips, I can't imagine all the neat scenic views !
  11. I guess I am too cautious, back when I owned a canoe I almost always had a child with me. Once when floating shoal creek (about a 7 mile stretch ) my son and I found a lot of brush piles, downed trees and swift water, I had several close calls with my son. I had floated that section many times without a problem. I know shoal creek has no where near the drop per mile of the water that you frequent. I have done some backpacking in S.E. Mo. I am pretty sure some of those rivers drop 14ft per mile ? It has been a while . Getting trapped in a brush pile does not sound like an ideal way to leave this world. So my question: when floating the wild water in your area, how do you know if it is clear, or do you just go for it and deal with the consequences ? That is quite an accomplishment for sure !
  12. Very nice thank you for sharing !
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