Maine Kayaking Laws (Rules and Regulations) | Paddle Camp (2022)

Maine kayaking laws are outlined in the Maine Legislature’s Maine Revised Statutes. Those laws are enforced by Mainegame wardens, MarinePatrol officers, local harbor masters, and otherlawenforcement officersof Maine.

With miles of beautiful coastline, rivers and not to mention Nicatous Lake to kayak, canoe or paddle board on, here’s what you need to know to safely and legally kayak, canoe, and SUP in Maine.

Not a Lawyer Disclaimer: I am not an attorney. More importantly, I am not your attorney. This article is not legal advice. If you desire legal advice, consult a competent, licensed attorney in your area.

Maine Kayaking Laws Summary

  • Maine Kayak Laws – Maine defines watercraft as motorized vessels and vessels operated by manual propulsion as paddlecraft that are exempt from most motorized vessel laws.
  • Maine Kayak Registration – Paddlecraft that do not have a motor attached to them are exempted from registration requirements.
  • Motorized Kayak Registration – Watercraft or paddlecraft of any length that have a motor attached to them must be registered in Maine. That includes kayaks, canoes and paddle boards.
  • Kayak Operator Licensing – There are no legal age requirements to operate watercraft/paddlecraft without an attached motor. This includes kayaks, canoes and stand up paddle boards.
  • Motorized Kayaking Age – No one under 12 years of age may operate a watercraft or paddlecraft with an attached motor of more than 10 horsepower unless under direct supervision of a person at least 16 years old.
  • Kayaking OUI Law – Maine has Operating Under the Influence (OUI) law which prohibits operating any “watercraft” while under the influence. A Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or more is considered under the influence, and if you’re under 21 any amount of alcohol in your system is considered under the influence.
  • Kayaking Life Jacket Law – One Type I, II, III, or V life jacket on board per person. Maine law requires children 10 and under to wear a type I, II, or III life jacket at all times and on any watercraft .
  • Kayak Lights Law – Power-driven vessels less than 40 feet long must display red and green sidelights on the bow and an all-round white light or masthead light. These lights must be visible from a distance of at least two miles away on a dark, clear night.
  • Kayaking Sounding Devices – Required for vessels under 40 feet long; whistle or horn that’s audible for 2 seconds and paddle boarders must carry a whistle also.
  • Kayaking VDS Law – All vessels are required to carry night signaling devices. Manually propelled vessels are exempt from carrying day signaling devices. On federally controlled waters, all vessels are required to carry U.S. Coast Guard-approved night VDS devices.

That only summarizes Maine boating laws applied to kayaking and canoeing. The details are more in-depth and specific. Read on to find out how to paddle legally in Maine.

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Maine Kayak Registration

Do you have to register a kayak in Maine? You do not have to register a kayak without an attached motor Maine. Kayaks, canoes and paddle boards are considered paddlecraft without an attached motor in Maine and thus exempted from registration.

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Do you have to register a kayak with a trolling motor in Maine? Yes, all watercraft/vessels with an attached motor and operating on Maine waterways must be registered. Watercraft or paddlecraft with an attached motor including kayaks, canoes and paddle boards must be registered.

If you have an attached trolling motor on your kayak or canoe in Maine, regardless of length, it becomes a “watercraft with an attached motor” and has to be registered.

Maine Kayak Registration Resources

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Maine Kayaking Education Laws

Do you need a license to kayak in Maine? You do not need a license to operate a paddlecraft with no attached motor in Maine. Kayaks, canoes and SUPs with no attached motor do not require operator education or licensing.

Do you need a license to operate a motorized kayak in Maine? No one under 12 years of age may operate a vessel with an attached motor of more than 10 horsepower unless under the direct supervision of a person at least 16 years of age.

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Maine Kayaking OUI Laws

Can you get an OUI on a kayak in Maine? Yes you can get an Operating Under the Influence (OUI) on a kayak or canoe in Maine. In Maine it’s illegal to operate a “watercraft” of any kind, including kayaks and canoes, with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, or if under 21 any amount of alcohol in his or her system.

In Maine you are considered under the influence:

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  • You have a BAL of 0.08% or more.
  • If you’re under 21 and have any alcohol in your system.

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Maine OUI Penalties

Maine has minimum court imposed penalties for OUI offenses that escalate quickly. Boating OUIs are treated just like any other motor vehicle OUI offense and are punished the same.

  • First Offense – The first violation they can suspend your license for 150 days and fine you $500.
  • Second Offense – A 3 year license suspension 7-12 days in jail and a $700 fine.
  • Third Offense – A 6 year license suspension, 30-40 days in jail and up to $1,400 fine.
  • Fourth Offense – An 8 year license suspension, 6 months in jail and up to $2,500 fine.

You can read the specifics of Maine OUI laws at the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety.

Maine Kayak Life Jacket Laws

Do you have to wear a life jacket on a kayak in Maine? You don’t have to wear a life vest, but all vessels are required to have a wearable USCG-approved Type I, II, or III, or V personal flotation device for each person. PFDs must be in good condition, properly sized for each person, and be readily accessible.

Maine PFD Age Rules

How old do you have to be to not wear a life jacket in Maine? Maine boating law requires that every person 10 years of age or younger must wear a Type I, II, or III PFD while aboard any watercraft at any time.

So, kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding in Maine, you have to have a life vest with you and if you’re 10 or under you have to wear it.

Maine Type IV Throwable PFD

Do I need a Type IV “throwable” on my kayak in Maine? Vessels 16 feet and longer, except canoes, kayaks and SUPs, must have a Type IV throwable device onboard.

So your unpowered kayak or canoe is exempted from having a Type IV throwable PFD.

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Maine Kayaking Lights Laws

What lights do I need on my kayak at night?

These lights must be displayed when away from the dock:

  • Between sunrise and sunset
  • During periods of restricted visibility

Motorboats less than 16′ long must have a bright white light on the stern, visible for 360 degrees. On the bow they must have a combined light mounted lower than the white light that displays green to starboard and red to port.

Manually propelled boats – All watercraft not propelled by machinery, such as kayaks, canoes and paddle boards, and which are only operated by hand power, rowed, paddled must have readily available, a lantern or flashlight showing a white light which shall be exhibited in sufficient time to prevent collision.

Now, deploying a light to avoid a collision as opposed to having it on and constantly visible are two different things. I’d rather have a pole-mounted white light visible at all times instead.

NOTE: Red or Blue oscillating lights are reserved for police.

Lights While Moored or Anchored

Manually propelled vessels like kayaks and canoes must have a white-light lantern or flashlight on hand and ready to be deployed in enough time to prevent a collision.

Maine Kayaking Sounding Devices Laws

Do I need a whistle on a kayak in Maine? All vessels less than 40 feet long are required to carry a sound producing device like a whistle or horn that’s audible for at least 2 seconds. And paddle boarders are required to carry a whistle as a sounding device.

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The best “sounding” device for kayakers and canoeists is a whistle attached to your PFD in a place that’s quick and easy to deploy.

Here’s what we consider to be the best whistle for kayaking.

VDS – Visual Distress Signaling Devices

Visual Distress Signals let you signal for help if you have an emergency. There are daytime and nighttime VDSs. VDSs must be U.S. Coast Guard–approved, in serviceable condition, and readily accessible.

At Night

USCG rules require that all vessels, regardless of length or type, are required to carry night VDS signals when operating between sunset and sunrise.

During the Day

Most vessels must carry day signals, except:

  • Recreational vessels less than 16 feet
  • Non-motorized open sailboats less than 26 feet
  • Manually-propelled vessels (Canoes and Kayaks)

Maine Kayaking Fire Extinguisher Laws

Do I need a fire extinguisher on my motorized kayak in Maine? No, you are not required to carry a fire extinguisher on boats less than 16 feet long so long as they don’t have an inboard engine, no closed compartments for fuel, double bottom construction, or permanently installed fuel tanks.

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Regardless of the law, we highly recommend carrying a small class B-I fire extinguisher if you have a trolling motor on your canoe or kayak. The worst thing in the world is a fire on a boat with no way to put it out.

Additional Maine Kayaking Laws Resources

Maine Boating Statutes – Title 12, Chapter 935

Boating Law Enforcement

The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife game wardens, marinepatrol officers, local harbor masters, and otherlawenforcement officersof Maine are responsible for enforcing Maine boating laws.

Boating Safety Education Resources

FAQs

Maine Kayaking Laws (Rules and Regulations) | Paddle Camp? ›

Maine boating law requires that every person 10 years of age or younger must wear a Type I, II, or III PFD while aboard any watercraft at any time. So, kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding in Maine, you have to have a life vest with you and if you're 10 or under you have to wear it.

What are the three golden rules of kayaking? ›

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Do you have to have running lights on a kayak? ›

Red/green running lights (or "sidelights") are not required on a kayak, canoe or other "vessel under oars" in the United States or on international waters. That said, U.S. Coast Guard Rules allow for the installation of red/green lights on a kayak (see Rule 25).

Can I kayak anywhere? ›

To get to the water, you have a legal right to carry your kayak along any public highway such as a public road or footpath. You may have a legal right to carry kayaks over private land to get to the beach, even if there is no footpath, but don't expect the landowner to be happy about it.

Do you have to wear a lifejacket while kayaking in Maine? ›

Life jackets and personal flotation devices: State law requires each person on board to have a properly fitting U.S. Coast Guard-approved serviceable life jacket. Also, boats longer than 16 feet must have a throwable PFD. The Maine Warden Service recommends that everyone wear his or her lifejackets while on the water.

Do you wear gloves when kayaking? ›

Gloves: Paddling gloves are nice because they protect against both blisters and blustery days. “Pogies” are another cool-day option: They fasten to the paddle and you slip your hands inside them to grip the shaft.

What does getting paddled mean? ›

to hit a child on the bottom with a short, wide piece of wood as a punishment. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. Sailing, yachting & canoeing. boating.

What does a kayak need to display at night? ›

A SIGNAL LIGHT OR NAVIGATION LIGHTS ARE REQUIRED ON KAYAKS AT NIGHT: Kayaks fall under “Vessels Under Oars” in the Coast Guard Navigation Rules. Our boats are under 23 feet in length and are not required to have running lights which are visible from the sides and rear, but fall under Rule 25.

Can kayaks be in the water at night? ›

Kayaking safely is highly dependent upon being aware of your surroundings, so purchase a quality, waterproof headlamp. Keep in mind that artificial lighting actually hinders your night vision, so keep it off as often as possible when kayaking. The headlamp is best used to check navigation and when stopping.

What should a kayaker display at night? ›

Rowboats (kayakers and canoers) at night

When underway, the operator shall, from sunset to sunrise, display, if practical, sidelights and a sternlight, but if the operator cannot, he/she must have at hand, a flashlight or lighted lantern emitting a white light which must be lit in enough time to prevent a collision.

How far out can you go in a kayak? ›

On average, a reasonably experienced kayaker paddling a mid-sized solo boat can be expected to comfortably paddle between 10-20 miles a day.

How far can a beginner kayak? ›

A beginner in decent aerobic shape (works out a few times a week) should expect to kayak about 2 miles per hour. Over a 3 hour trip they will go about 5-6 miles round trip. Most commercial trips will tell you how far and how long the trip is and typically set the pace for beginners.

Can you use inflatable kayak ocean? ›

Inflatable kayaks, despite what a lot of people think, are actually incredibly durable. These days they're built to withstand tough conditions. You can take them on flat water, rivers, or even out on the ocean without fear of them popping and sinking.

Can you drink while kayaking in Maine? ›

In Maine it's illegal to operate a “watercraft” of any kind, including kayaks and canoes, with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08% or higher, or if under 21 any amount of alcohol in his or her system.

What is a Type 5 life jacket? ›

What is a Type V PFD? Type V PFDs are special use jackets ranging from 15.5 to 22 lbs of buoyancy. They are optimized for their activity such as kayak rescue vests, sailing harnesses or deck suits. Commercial guest PFDs have a neck pillow to help keep the head above water, making those PFDs Type V.

How old do you have to be to not wear a lifejacket in Maine? ›

In Maine, all children 10 and under must wear a lifejacket. A good time to remind boaters to consider taking a boater education course.

What kind of shoes do you wear kayaking? ›

A water bootie or water shoe is the ideal choice for kayaking. They will stay on your feet, keep out the rocks, and your feet will stay warm while kayaking. Water sandals with proper straps are also a good option, though you might have chilly feet if the weather is cool.

How do you prevent blisters when kayaking? ›

Blisters are easily prevented if you wear fingerless gloves, either those made for cycling or paddling. I bought a pair and I have never encountered another blister. The gloves create an extra layer of protection from repetitive movement.

Do Littles give their bigs paddles? ›

Sorority paddles are gifts in Greek Life that littles give their bigs or bigs give their littles as a sign of their bond and sisterhood within the sorority. Sometimes the paddle has a theme that links the sisters – something they have in common besides the sorority.

What is paddle punishment? ›

A spanking paddle is an implement used to strike a person on the buttocks. The act of striking a person with a paddle is known as "paddling". A paddling may be for punishment (normally of a student at school), or as an initiation or hazing ritual, or for erotic purposes.

Why do sororities decorate paddles? ›

The fraternity and sorority paddle is most commonly used today as a decorative keepsake representing brotherhood or sisterhood and is given as a gift according to a local chapter's traditions. The history of the paddle, however, is rooted in violence and remains both a tool and symbol of hazing in Greek organizations.

What do three short blasts of a horn mean? ›

One short blast tells other boaters, “I intend to pass you on my port (left side).” Two short blasts tell other boaters, “I intend to pass you on my starboard (right) side.” Three short blasts tell other boaters, “I am backing up.”

Where do you put lights on a kayak? ›

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What does a blue and white flag mean on a boat? ›

A blue-and-white International Code Flag A (or Alpha flag) must be displayed on boats involved in a diving activity.

Is it safe to kayak at dusk? ›

Kayaking at night can be a great marine experience, and a way to get out on the water with minimal crowds and the stars shining overhead. If you time it right, you can even see a sunset as you launch. However, it's also a potentially dangerous adventure, so you need to ensure you're well-prepared before you get going.

How do you light a kayak? ›

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Can you canoe in the dark? ›

This time we are discussing paddling at night – yes in the dark! As long as you follow some simple safety advice and use the right kit, you should never get into bother. The best thing is you'll pretty much have the water to yourself! Plus of course you get to experience something different out on the water.

What does a blue light on a boat mean? ›

If you are not aware, and some of those boaters obviously weren't, anytime you see a flashing blue light it indicates a law enforcement vessel is operating in the area.

When boating at night what does a single white light tell you? ›

All-Round White Light: On power-driven vessels less than 39.4 feet in length, this light may be used to combine a masthead light and sternlight into a single white light that can be seen by other vessels from any direction. This light serves as an anchor light when sidelights are extinguished.

What does a flashing white light on a boat mean? ›

It has one long white light flash every 10 seconds. Seeing these marks means it is safe to pass in every direction. You can commonly find these in fairways, mid-channel or approaching land from the open sea (landfall mark).

How much can a person kayak in a day? ›

When things go as planned, you might be able to paddle for eight or even nine hours a day in great conditions. If you average two miles per hour, that could place your daily mileage in excess of 16 or even 18 miles.

How far can you kayak in 1 hour? ›

Most kayakers average about two miles per hour when paddling for multiple hours. You can certainly achieve faster speeds over shorter distances, but two miles per hour (similar to the average walking speed) is a healthy and safe baseline for average kayak speed.

How long does it take to kayak 10 miles? ›

A 10 mile kayak adventure will require about 5 hours to complete. But that's not the entire picture. On any kayak trip over an hour, you're not going to maintain a steady pace of 2 to 2.5 knots for 5 hours straight!

Does kayaking burn belly fat? ›

Yes, kayaking can help you lose belly fat and build firm abs. The proper form of paddling involves rotational movements that are very taxing on your core muscles. With each stroke of the paddle, you will contract your abdominal and oblique muscles, which helps build core strength.

How long does it take to kayak 7 miles? ›

Given the best possible conditions, it should take the average paddler around 20 to 30 minutes to kayak a mile. Again, it depends on the paddler's experience and endurance, water and weather conditions, and the design of the kayak, among other things.

Do kayaks tip easily? ›

Generally, kayaks are safe and don't just tip over for no reason. Most of the time when someone experiences this, it's due to a lack of balance or conditions on the water outside of their control. For example, it's rather difficult, even for a beginner, to tip over in a recreation kayak on a calm river.

What are the do's and don'ts of kayaking? ›

Do:
  • Always let someone know where you're going and how long you expect to be.
  • Always wear a buoyancy aid.
  • Carry water, snacks, spare layers and a jacket with you.
  • Avoid offshore winds (when the wind is blowing you away from the beach)
  • Be considerate and mindful of other water users.
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Where can I use my inflatable kayak? ›

The best places to use an inflatable kayak are on sheltered waterways such as slow moving rivers, canals and lakes (check the Go Paddling website for a map of paddle points). It's important to be aware that for most inland waterways in England and Wales you require a licence to paddle.

Do inflatable kayaks tip over easily? ›

Inflatable kayaks can tip over, but it's extremely hard. Today's inflatable kayaks are built really well and are incredibly stable. Still, if you find yourself in a situation where your kayak has tipped over, it's actually not that difficult to get back on.

Can you kayak at night in Maine? ›

If you are on Federally controlled waters after dark, your canoe/kayak will need to have a minimum of three night VDS's (or day/night VDS's like a flare or red meteor). You do not need to carry a daytime VDS if you are operating a human-powered canoe or kayak.

Can you drink alcohol on a boat in Maine? ›

And although Maine doesn't have an open-container law that applies to boaters, Adam did say that even passengers who are drinking in a boat are violating a Maine law. “Public drinking is public drinking. A lake is a public body of water. So it is illegal to drink in a boat in public,” Adam said.

Does Maine require a boaters license? ›

Maine does not currently require boating licenses, making it an outlier among states. The bill would require operators of motor boats and jet skis to be educated on state boating laws, wildlife and environmental impacts, or risk fines and misdemeanor criminal charges for noncompliance.

What is the difference between a life jacket and a life vest? ›

The terms PFD, lifejacket, life vest, life preserver, buoyancy vest and buoyancy aid are used interchangeably for the same item, all with the same key purpose; to prevent persons drowning. A PFD is a garment designed to keep a conscious person afloat and to assist with buoyancy in the water.

What is a Type 111 life vest? ›

A Type II PFD is an approved device designed to turn an unconscious person in the water from a face downward position to a vertical or slightly backward position, and to have more than 15.5 pounds of buoyancy. Type III. A Type III PFD is an approved device designed to have more than 15.5 pounds of buoyancy.

What type of PFD turns you face up? ›

Type I. Type I PFDs, are the most buoyant PFDs and suitable for all water conditions, including rough or isolated water where rescue may be delayed. Although bulky in comparison to Type II and III PFDs, Type I will turn most unconscious individuals to the face-up position. They range in sizes from adult to child.

Do you need a life vest to kayak in Maine? ›

Life jackets and personal flotation devices: State law requires each person on board to have a properly fitting U.S. Coast Guard-approved serviceable life jacket. Also, boats longer than 16 feet must have a throwable PFD. The Maine Warden Service recommends that everyone wear his or her lifejackets while on the water.

Do Puddle Jumpers count as life jackets? ›

Puddle Jumpers are approved by the Coast Guard and are considered a type III personal flotation device (PFD).

Why can't you wear a life jacket at the beach? ›

An unapproved devices can slide off, pop, or float a child face down. Water wings can actually slide off and even trap a drowning child underwater. With any device a child can easily float away and into deep water.

Can one person handle a two person kayak? ›

One person can absolutely paddle a two-person kayak. However, doing so sacrifices paddling speed, boat stability as well as maneuverability. It takes more effort to move a bigger boat with its bow sticking up in the air. Some of these problems can be mitigated with a rudder, a longer paddle and a seat that moves.

How do you paddle white water? ›

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Where should the heavier person sit in a kayak? ›

In general, you should position the heavier person at the back of the kayak. When balancing the boat. It is better to have the bow of the kayak tilted slightly up, with the stern sitting a little lower in the water. This will give you better control and better speed.

Where do you sit in a 2 person kayak? ›

If one passenger in your kayak is physically stronger than the other, that person should sit in the back of the kayak. This allows the passenger up front to dictate the pace, and allows the stronger paddler to keep paddling if the person up front would like to take a break to view the sights.

Can I use a tandem kayak by myself? ›

Tandem kayaking alone is absolutely possible. However, They can be more difficult to use, leaving room for potential problems during trips. You tend to run into many problems in tight spaces, such as areas with narrow canals, tall grass or low hanging branches over top of the water, especially.

How do you run a fast in a kayak? ›

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How do I stop my kayak from spinning? ›

Fin regulation. Regulating the fins is a simple way to fix a kayak that is circular spinning excessively. You can flip them upside down or right side up before flipping them back again before switching sides. Also, try different types of paddles because they might be all you need.

How do you sit in a white water kayak? ›

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Canoes, paddles, lifejackets and all safety and rescue equipment related to paddling (campers may bring their own equipment if they wish). -Snacks and lunch during the day on DAY 1, and all meals during our over-night trip DAYS 2-5.. A detailed personal clothing and equipment list will be emailed to parents/guardians following registration.. Jackpine Paddle is not responsible for expenses for campers during an evacuation from a remote site for any reason (medical emergency, personal or family issues, dismissal, weather, etc).. No illicit drugs or alcohol are permitted at Jackpine Paddle Camps – the same rules apply for both campers and camp leaders.. Refunds within 30 days of the start of a camp will be at the discretion of Jackpine Paddle and mostly dependent on wait lists and our ability to find another camper to replace yours.. We will do our best to ensure that all kids get to experience our camps, regardless of much income their parents/guardians earn.. We’ll consider financial assistance on a case-by-case basis and can offer a flexible payment plan.. We also ask eligible families to apply to the following programs available to help those in need send kids to camp:. Jumpstart is run from the Canadian Tire family of Companies and offers parents/guardians up to $300 of assistance per child for registration fees and equipment.. Please keep your submission number provided at the end of the application, as it will not be emailed to you.. Kidsport offers up to $300 per child, per year in support for registration fee and equipment funding on a first come – first served basis.

The day I arrived in Evert, I was taken upstream to the headwaters in Leota, MI at the county park. After loading my Moken 10' kayak, I started my 3-4 day fishing/floating/camping trip back to Evert. However, as soon as I started my float, I noticed that I was a bit overloaded with my gear and my…

After loading my Moken 10' kayak, I started my 3-4 day fishing/floating/camping trip back to Evert.. As I rounded the first bend, there were some trees that blocked part of the river and there were a number of other tall maples that were leaning at 45 degrees from the riverbank.. I also noticed that with the low water, the bank was undercut - meaning at some time the river must have been every high in order to form a bank that was nearly 8' over my head.. At this point in time I was beginning to feel that trouble was in store for me because this river was not cleared nor travelled in with someone who was packing gear for a 4 day trip.. However, with a few 'butt humps" I was free and clear except for that limb that I got hung up on and it pushed me over into 2' of water dumping all my gear.. of water.. However, I opted for something else'; that lawnmower I kept hearing was right over the river bank opposite the one I was on.. The river at this point was only 40' wide so I just found a spot that was only 4-5' deep and waded to the opposite bank.

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