what was it??
Posted by: old_user on Apr-03-12 12:58 PM (EST)
Back in the early '80's while living in the Adirondacks a friend had a Stowe canoe, fiberglass, green in color with a wide,stable beam.The canoe was fairly light for one man to carry,with a removeable yoke, maybe 12-13' in length. Canoe was also equipped with oarlocks in the gunnels allowing you to sit on the bottom with your back against one of the two seats in the canoe facing backward,which was an outstanding position to watch the tip of your fly rod when trolling! My question is, does anyone know what model I am referring to?
Bent Shaft Canoe Paddles
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Posted by: pilotwingz on Apr-03-12 2:32 PM (EST)
...... maybe a Stowe made Osprey .
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Posted by: FishinYak on Apr-03-12 2:44 PM (EST)
flyrod is a very effective way to catch trout on a fly. The slow speeds do not load the rod like conventional trolling, and the rod bends for a strike, allowing the hook to set like a lift strike when flyfishing, and doesn't pull the trouts lip off.