Our Rogue River boats are Northwest classics. They are the boats that come to mind when one thinks of our big, western whitewater rivers. Our Rogue boats are quick handling and highly maneuverable. They have flared sides and a high stem to ensure a safe, dry, comfortable ride through rough water. Our hull shapes have evolved over many years of testing and refining for the best possible control in moving water.
The Rogue 14 and 16 are the smallest boats of this style we offer. They are the quickest handling, and ideal for two or three people with light gear. These boats are at home on a small coastal stream or a large white water river. They are the boats that tamed the big rivers of the West.
The Rogue 17 can handle the same duty as the 16, but with a greater load carrying capacity. This boat can carry three people and camping gear, or four people and light gear. The 17 x 54 is slightly wider and has more flare than the 17 x 52 in order to carry a bigger load. A Rogue 17 is the best choice for an oarsman who will have fly casters fore and aft.
The Rogue 18 is for the boater who wants ample space for gear and people, and is a boat that can handle big water. Thinking big? This is the ultimate camping boat.
The Rogue 20 is ideal for guide services and any occasion that requires hauling of large capacity. These special boats were specifically designed for our friends at Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures: https://www.woodboattours.com
A Rogue geared up and ready to hit the River.
Rogues are the perfect boat for any and all river adventures.
Rogues ready to hit the Snake River.
A 17×54 out on the water.
A Rogue built by Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures using our plans.
A 20×69 on an early season birding float. Courtesy of Jackson Hole Vintage Adventures.