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Bell Canoes: Specialty Canoes

Bell created a group of boats for that special needs market where design for a specific tasks and a specific focus separate one canoe from all the others. Yes, these boats can still handle a wide range of conditions and respond nicely to your paddling skill set. They are still refined and responsive canoes. But if most of what you do in your canoe is fish, Bell has that covered here. Are a small creek explorer? Check out the Dragonfly. Fighting the wind going solo but still want a boat that you can easily carry from lake to lake or puddle to puddle? The Rob Roy might be your boat.

Angler

angler

Angler length: 14'4", Width 37", Weight 58 lbs.

The Angler is rigged with comfortable padded seats with back rests and that bow seat even swivels. It is rigged to make it easier to fish and the hull is shaped to help you more easily turn the boat by yourself from either fishing and paddling station so you can help each other line up and reel in that trophy fish.

Dragonfly Solo

dragonfly

Dragonfly Solo Length:12' Width:29" Weight: 21-24lbs. Optimal Load Limit: 250lbs

The Dragonfly solo is a responsive small canoe with bottom seating so you paddle it Adirondack style. It'll respond to the double blade but with a short single, you'll be able to work your way through tight quarters and get back into or down some twisty little creeks.

Rob Roy 12

robRoy

Length:12' Width:28.5" Weight:29-34lbs Capacity:230lbs

The Rob Roy has a cult following of paddlers who enjoy its common sense approach to travel across the water. It offers superior stability with a low seat. The open cockpit accepts standard packs and allows canoe-style portage. Rob Roy provides the best of both worlds.

Rob Roy 15

Length:15' Width:28.5" Weight:31-35lbs Capacity:550lbs

The Rob Roy has a cult following of paddlers who enjoy its common sense approach to travel across the water. It offers superior stability with a low seat. The open cockpit accepts standard packs and allows canoe-style portage. Rob Roy provides the best of both worlds.


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