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  • By Hillbilly1956 on December 1, 2010

    I can't express how disappointed I was in this book. It "CLAIMED" to be a a guide to the Rappahannock River, but it only covered the FIRST 35 MILES OF THAT RIVER, which is 187 miles long!!!!!!!!!!!!! It should be RETITLED "Canoeing the FIRST 35 Miles of the Rappahanock River". I am planning a float trip in a jon boat, and the first 35 miles is VIRTUALLY IMPASSABLE IN A JON BOAT. So, I am setting in at Old Mill Park and hoping to float the last 152 miles, NONE of which is EVEN MENTIONED in this book.Perhaps the information on the Shenandoah River is worth reading since it is about 150 pages while the Rappahannock is covered in ONLY 10 pages. I am not sure because I only turned to the portion on the Rappahannock River since I was planning to float it and this book CLAIMED to be a guide to the Rappahannock.I could offer other criticism of the author's VERY POOR writing ability since I am a school teacher, but that could be tolerated if only the book had covered the information it claimed to cover.DO NOT BUY this book if you are interested in the Rappahannock River.

  • By CraneMax on May 31, 2016

    Not what I was looking for. Little too hippy dippy for me. I was looking for a guide to bass fishing the lower rappahannock and not canoeing and kayak sightseeing. Not my cup of tea.

  • By Matthew on January 5, 2016

    Primarily a river fishing guide. I bought it as a river rafting guide and have found it very limited.

  • By MAJOR BUYER on April 25, 2015

    BUYER BEWARE: I was quite disappointed to see that the author DID NOT COVER *ANY* of the 50+ miles of the Rappahannock that runs southeast of Fredericksburg, VA!!!! Total false advertising, particularly when he claims he's "covered" the Rappahannock!!He does have an outstanding section on catching small and large mouth bass, with some really good pointers on boiling water, eddies, and different structures and target areas.

  • By richard free on March 4, 2014

    This book delivered exactly what it promised. It will prove to be an excellent tool for chasing smallies in north Virginia.

  • By Colinda on August 25, 2010

    This guide to the Shenandoah and Rappahannock is aimed at fishing and boating enthusiasts but contains information of interest to others who want to become more familiar with these famous Virginia waterways. Ingram includes history and nature along with his descriptions of sections of the rivers and key access points.The title suggests more area geographically than the book actually discusses. It covers the South Fork of the Shenandoah but not the North Fork, the Shenandoah between Front Royal and Harpers Ferry (after the two forks combine), and the Rappahannock between Remington and Fredericksburg. The Rappahannock below Fredericksburg is ignored, perhaps because it is a very different river as it broadens and flows toward the Chesapeake Bay.Ingram writes in a chatty style with doses of humor. He bluntly states when a section of the river is inferior for boating or fishing. I think boaters in Virginia will find this book invaluable. Appendices include nice maps corresponding to the chapters.

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