Think warm thoughts

Cabin fever must be setting in, phone calls and emails have started their annual winter jump as people start planning out summer canoe camping trips. Meanwhile, I'll be buried in tax documents and spreadsheets for the next few weeks (continuing on the last few weeks). Strangely enough, this is my favorite part of the offseason - it might be the cabin fever... -Ryan

Happy New Year!

I was reminded that we're officially 8 years old now! Wisconsin Canoe was officially incorporated on Jan 1, 2010. It's a little strange to think that this pet project wasn't expected to last more than a season or two. Going into our ninth year on the water I'm truly humbled by how well we've been received and that you all have kept us going (and growing!) for all of these years. Thanks for that! Ryan

Behind the Boats

Ever wonder what life is like running a canoe company? Some people do. I've gotten questions ranging from "How many times have you been to the Boundary Waters?" (one) to "What do you do in the Winter?" (it depends) and my personal favorite "You must love paddling" (paddling is #4 on the list).