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I'm new to Kayaking and just introducing myself to this site. I just bought a boat an old piranha 222, a paddle, skirt, vest and helmet. It's an odd time to get started but I figure this way I can be prepared for spring flows next year. My buddies supposed to be getting a boat but still hasn't found one yet so if anyone wants run something let me know. I can do a roll in a pool easy enough C to C, and am anxious to see how real water feels. I doubt I'll be hoping on here more then once a week so if you wanna go hit me up on my cell. 801-530-9044. O PS currently living in SLC.
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The Weber's Hen to Tag and the Provo below Deer Creek are great sections to get started in. The Green River Daily is a good section to get a feel for a kayak, the UW Club is hosting a noob trip there in Sept. Great place to meet others to boat with. They are also going up to the Snake River in Aug, might be fun if you're an aggressive beginner and able to roll.
You cant fall if you don't let go.
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