Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

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Re: Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

Post by TheHunt » Sat Nov 09, 2013 7:34 pm

I have a Steelheader 10 foot toon.
I need to get out with some experienced tooners so I can get some water experience.

I have a trailer to stack the toons on. Stacking two would not be a problem.

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Re: Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

Post by casey belarde » Sun Apr 27, 2014 2:34 pm

anyone over here in Spokane want to hit up the lakes or river?
Spokane river closed till june

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Re: Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

Post by Cascadian » Tue Aug 12, 2014 4:20 pm

I just bought a drift boat so I can take 1-2 passengers. I also have a 2 man pontoon for skinny water and a 1' aluminum lake fishing boat. PM me anytime if you want to go. I am free lots of weekdays.

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Re: Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

Post by PISKY PETE » Thu Feb 26, 2015 6:42 pm

I have a 10Ft Catchercraft White Water Cataraft. Similar to the Steelheader. Pack it in the back of my truck . No trailer . HOA will not allow it . Anyway . . .

Live in Sultan Fish the Sky . .. High bridge to Sultan mostly . Would love to learn Skagit too Steelhead , Salmon

Lake fish for Crappie , perch catfish trout . Had boat 2 yrs now and need to get out more often . Shuttle is concern can get expensive. Best deal is hook up with another fisherman. That is the plan . Will fish some Friday's mostly weekends tho.

Lets do this ! [thumbup] fishing shuttle buddy wanted

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Re: Float craft connection (Let's get on the water!)

Post by Schenk » Fri Jun 26, 2015 11:37 am

If anyone ever makes it over to the East side of WA, or N Idaho, NW Montana I could hook up for a shuttle.
I have an 8-9' pontoon good for Class I-II water.
Clark Fork, St Joe, Cd'A, Blackfoot, Bitteroot, etc...even the Spokane, Pend O'reille, Kootenai, Kettle, and so on.


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Post by JamarHeesy » Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:45 am

Oly Chit If you have to get air lifted by helicopter, do you get to bring your fishing rod with you?

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