Wenonah Introduces New 2010 Models
New for 2010 from Wenonah Canoe, the Backwater square stern canoe is for sportsmen with motorized intentions. The rigid aluminum and wood mounting bracket makes for quick and easy addition of a small motor.
Sized for two people and a load of gear, it works great for duck hunting shallow backwater marshes or float fishing rocky rivers. Available in our ultra tough Royalex or light weight composite constructions.
Waterline: 37.5 ”
Royalex 79 lb. $1399
Tuf-Weave, Flex-core 76 lb. $1529
Kevlar, Flex-core 64 lb. $2099
Kevlar, Ultra-light 52 lb. $2349
New for 2010, the Wenonah Southfork is a smaller version of the polyethylene Northfork, constructed in Wenonah’s super durable Three-Phase Rotomold polyethylene layup. A smaller size and a little less weight makes this boat more manageable for normal everyday use.
With it’s ample rocker and sleek lines, the Southfork is a great paddling Rotomolded canoe. It’s a proven favorite for down river outfitters and rental operations because of its smooth paddling and toughness. This canoe is also popular amongst recreational users looking for a great value in an entry level canoe.
Waterline: 35 ”
Polyethylene 83 lb. $899
Adventure racing is sweeping across the nation at a phenomenal rate. Flying down rock filled rivers and ripping across miles of flat water during this intense sport is common place. So back by popular demand for 2010, Wenonah Canoe is offering the Sundowner 17 in Royalex.
With it’s sleek bow, straight keel-line and shallow-arch hull, this is the fastest paddling, straightest tracking Royalex hull ever designed. Ideal for when performance and ruggedness are required for both big lakes and rocky rivers.
Waterline: 32.5 ”
Royalex 67 lb. $1399