Attached is a 60s era photo from a moose hunt on the North Saskatchewan River. The guide has the antlers, hide/cape and quarters in his 17' square stern pushed by 3.5 Johnson. I'm at the helm of my 16' Chestnut with side mount and 3.5 Evinrude Duck Twin and all the camp gear and fuel are in my canoe.
I think we took twenty gallons of fuel and motored in 40 miles before making camp. We hunted 4-5 days from the quiet wood canoe and saw many moose before selecting this nice bull. A very exciting way to hunt as we got very close to a lot of animals and were able to load full quarters into the canoe.
I recently found this poor 35 mm slide and had it put on a disk with several others so the quality is lacking.