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  • $32.95 $34.95
    This guidebook has it all! No cruising guides, charts or digital sources have as much detailed information in one source. Don't chance running out of fuel, food or supplies. Know where the hazards are. Be prepared for your river cruise or float by having all the information in one book, plus list...
  • $28.95 $32.95
    Explore the beautiful Tennessee River and be safe carrying this complete guidebook. With the river being broken down into 57 sections each chart and description is in great detail. In addition to navigational information, this book shows historical locations and many great places to visit. The en...
  • $26.95 $32.95
    Covers rivers and canals that allow passage from the Mississippi River to the Great Lake System. Includes all the features included in the Ohio River Guidebook. This guidebook includes charts and information about the Illinois River, Des Plaines River, Chicago River, Cal-Sag Canal, Calumet River,...
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    From the headwaters at Lake Itasca, Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi River is rich in history and reveals many interesting stories and sites along its banks. This book is not for navigation. It is for those interested in learning about sites and history of the river, by following ...
  • $28.95 $32.95
    The Cumberland River is one of the jewels of the south and offers a great deal of natural beauty for boaters, floaters and paddlers.   The entire 695 miles from Harlan, KY to Smithland, KY 124 Pages with heavy full color cover  58 Section charts and descriptions  Many photographs Tributa...
  • $21.95 $24.95
    Indiana's White River is actually two rivers. The West Fork of the White River begins near Muncie,  Indiana as a run-off from a field. The East Fork begins at Columbus, Indiana at the confluence of two other rivers. Both rivers are respectable in size and length. By they time the forks join, the ...
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     The Wabash begins as a tiny stream near Ft. Recovery, Ohio. As it flows on it's nearly 500 mile course, it eventually takes on size and becomes a great river before flowing into the Ohio River.  The remarkable thing about the Wabash is that much of it offers the same remoteness and beauty that t...