Tag Archives: Missouri rivers

Float-Trip Ready Missouri Canned Beer

A handful of local craft breweries have been canning beer from early on, including Piney River Brewing Co. in Bucyrus, while others have gradually introduced canned beers in the past few years. Last summer, store shelves across the state were packed with a record number of options. Float trip-friendly favorites included 4 Hands Brewing Co.’s seasonal Dakine tropical IPA, Boulevard …

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Missouri Fishing on the White River Chain of Lakes

Most state borders are just lines. Missouri’s are mostly straight, except the famous bootheel in the southeast and where it follows the Missouri River in the northwest. Most of our southern border is straight, but you might notice that about a third of it is underwater. It’s called the White River chain of lakes: a series of man-made reservoirs created …

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Missouri is Ready for Summer Float Trips

  It’s been a wild spring for weather in Missouri and we’ve had plenty of rain.  But what comes up must go down – and they have. Our rivers and streams are ready for your great summer float trip.  The outfitters are standing by, the fish are biting, the sun is shining and Mother Nature has never looked better.  Whether …

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Missouri Floating Tips from an Outfitter

Paddlesports are very popular activities that appeal to people of all ages, and the great state of Missouri offers some of the most beautiful streams in the country. Nearly all of Missouri’s navigable streams and rivers are located in the Ozarks (or Southern Missouri). Some of our streams flow south but some of them flow north, adding to our unique …

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Floating on Missouri’s Rivers: What is it About a River?

Joe preferred to find a quiet Missouri waterway mid-week. Floating in silence, lazily lifting his paddle only when necessary. Watching drops trickle from the blade onto the mirrored surface of the river. Birds perched on branches along the way, singing harmonies for a time, until they spread their wings in flight, majestically moving on. Jan liked the Saturday social scene. …

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