Grumman sport boat
Posted by: old_user on Jan-26-11 4:39 PM (EST)
So this past summer driving down the road with my wife I see this old canoe/boat leaning against a fence with a hand painted sign "for sale 150". She says "don't even think about it"....so after a trip to the ATM she helps me load it on top of the car. What a cool boat, three bench seats, narrow enough to paddle, but with oarlocks and stable enough to walk around. Anybody else have one of these, or know much about them????? It a square stern and rated for a 5 hp. So far I have just paddled it around a lake for catching crappie a couple of times.
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Posted by: clarion on Jan-26-11 4:49 PM (EST)
Posted by: Big_D on Jan-27-11 8:37 AM (EST)
You're going to love fishing from that. Use the oars. It's much, much easier to solo row a boat of that size than to solo paddle. Also, if you have a companion with you, you can take turns on the oars. One of you can handle the boat while the other fishes, and switch off.
Posted by: old_user on Jan-27-11 9:04 AM (EST)
My wife took a photo of that boat upside down under a maple tree on the edge of a lake. There is a thick mist coming off the water. The early morning light gave everything a ghostly look. Its one of those pictures I look at whenever I need motivation because it just oooozes promise of something to come.
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Posted by: tjalmy on Feb-16-11 7:57 PM (EST)
it sits in backyard waiting for my son to come get it.