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Clyde River Professional Review and Guide
"Forgotten by time, the Clyde River gave up much of its water and its character to the Erie Canal. Portions of it still run along with the canal. We do not cover those sections here because they include channelized water and too much boat traffic. Instead, we include the headwaters of the Clyde, if they can be called such. With almost no flow, the river collects snags and mountains of aquatic vegetation as summer wears on. Still, something primeval beckons one to paddle the Clyde. Habitat type: small, shallow stream"
--John Hayes & Alex Wilson, Quiet Water New York (Appalachian Mountain Club Books).
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