Are you talking about the riffles made from gravel bars or the rapids made by huge rocks?Probably a regular TM and I don't mind dragging occasionally just want to get upstream of where the jet boats can't go
Thats what we used to do or the other way around... have someone run us back to our vehicles where we put in.Some floating outfitters will ferry your vehicle for you. Last summer my brother and I paid like $20 or $30 for an outfitter to drive us up to the put in on the Courtois River, and then leave the truck back at the resort/take out. Worked like a charm.
I meant to mention this earlier as well. A battery stout enough to run a TM upstream for a fair distance is going to be difficult to deal with in a kayak. If you turn over, which is easy to do in a yak, you're going to have a big problem. Either the battery goes to the bottom, or weighs down the boat if you have it secured. If you're in a tough spot when this happens the battery is really going to complicate things.You'd need a couple batteries and lots of thrust on the motor. Paying a small fee to be dropped in upstream (or staging a vehicle) may be a much better option.
This thing?I just saw what you need to make this happen. A jet prop kayak that will do 27 mph.
I don't know how to get a video from Facebook to here.