Great boat names or accesories

#34
stlfirehouse said:
My uncles boat is named "Wet Dream".
THATS GREAT :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: OOOHH DEAR bawling: THAT IS A NEW ONE. VERY GOOD THOUGH. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TELLING PEOPLE THAT YOU HAVE A 'WET DREAM'? WHAT KIND OF BOAT IS IT?

TY
 
#37
tythetier said:
WET WADE,
I GOT A FRIEND WHO TOLD ME A STORY ABOUT THIS BAR DOWN IN TEXAS CALLED 'CHURCH'. ANYTIME IS WIFE WOULD CALL UP TO SEE WHERE HE WAS, HE WOULD SAY 'IM FIXEN TO GO TO CHURCH.' THE PART HE DIDNT ADD WAS 'TO GET REALLY F#@KED UP.'

TY
Nice! I've been to "The Office" in Dillon, MT a few times.

Another driftboat name - Fly Trap.
 

JRSly

Oncorhynchus clarki clarki
#38
I have a small 10 foot (I think it is that big) fiberglass boat that I got with a trailer for free. It isn't a good boat at all, but it floats so I don't mind. I am a college student so the funds aren't exactly there. Last year I decided it needed a name so I named it "The Caudal Peduncle," with duct tape letters. It goes well with my ghetto home made cement anchors. For one of them I used an old Adam's peanut butter tub to set the cement in, the other was a large orange juice container.


Sly
 
#39
SLY,

HOME MADE ANCHORS ARE THE $HIT!! WE USED TO TAKE COFFEE CAN'S AND FILL THEM WITH CEMENT, WAIT FOR IT TO CURE A BIT AND STICK AN EYE BOLT IN IT TO CONNECT A ROPE OR CHAIN TO.

TY
 

PT

Physhicist
#40
Brake shoes from a train or rail car are the ticket as far as anchors are concerned. Dip 'em in that rubber paint stuff and you have a great anchor.

I've seen the name "Wet Dream" on a few boats. Still makes me laugh though.

Our old bayliner was named the "Lucky Dawgs". Wife is a UW grad and we always have the two labs out there with us.
 
#41
While the name was never on the boat when I got it. My Arima was called Rudolf. The reason was it always had a very large red fender sticking off the bow for when it was pulled behind as a dingy by the last owners. The fender was in place for when coming into dock both boats could be pulled close together without bumping into one another. For the first 2 years I owned it the name kind of stayed with it till I just quit using any name for the boat at all and just called it my Arima.

For years for an anchor for my kayak I used this 2 LBS solid brass weight from and old time weight scale. Amie now uses that same anchor.

On the back of Amie's kayak there is a mop holder a model bassik m515 that is used to hold the fishing net. It looks like it was designed for the task and works quite well in fact.
 

Rich Schager

You should have been here yesterday...
#42
My wife wanted a new couch for the living room, I wanted a boat. The boat was informally named "Wendy's Couch". That's been 32 years, and I still haven't heard the end of it...