So every year a group of my best fly fishing friends gets together in Island Park, ID for a week long Man-Cation so to speak. We fish morning to night on the famous big waters of the area like the Madison, Henrys Fork, South Fork, Henrys Lake, and Hebgen Lake. Here are some of the larger fish we caught and places we went.25 inch- Henrys Fork Brown!See More
Where have you been fishing lately?? I've been traveling on the east coast for the last several weeks and now I'm in the midwest... heading back to Oregon for some summer steelhead action.
Hope you are well & fishin that crazy green boat!!
Nice job on the front storage space under the fly deck... I really like that!! Also like the contrast of wood on white - very cool.
Here's a picture of how I "travel" with my oars... just a couple of bungee cords - one on the "bar" and one across the oarsman's seat to keep them snug against the oar locks in my seat.
Hope that helps... (I made a "cover" flap for my passenger seat to keep it dry and frost free in the morning before we sit down and push off)...
Welcome aboard Travis.
You have one of the most unique wood boats I have seen, I love it!. I have been pondering painting my personal boat bright orange ( a Tony Stewart thing not an Oregon State thing) but my wife said she would not be caught dead in it if I did. Can't have that.
Very cool boat!! Great name too!!
Glad you liked my posts & really glad you could incorporate the fly boxes - they've come in pretty handy over here... I've been fishing in the rain a lot lately.
I would love to fish the Green sometime (on my very long list of places to fish - so much water so little time).
With a name like "Corona" - you definitely need a bar in that boat.