Well for some strange reason I decided that I needed a pram. I need another boat like I need a hole in the head but Nick's little single seater was calling my name. Add in the fact he was willing to bring it over to Lone was just too convenient (Thanks again Nick). The weather was nice this afternoon so I thought I would hit Lone for a few hours. Got there around 12:30 and had it in the water by 1:00. The boat has some drop-down wheels on the transom and is extremely easy to move around and launch. It is very handy not having to mess with waders and fins but there is some down side as well. It requires more of a "set up and fish one area" type of tactic as apposed to the "cast & move" I am use to. It is a lot warmer than sitting in the water and has enough room to carry extra rods, cooler, etc. with plenty of room to spare. It rows very nicely and is stable enough to stand and cast. The seat is real comfy and the anchor system is super. I will need to add a second anchor set up off the back as I was getting dizzy swinging back and forth in the wind. The fishing wasn't stellar but I manged to net a half dozen in the three hours I was there. The fish are starting to move in closer to shore now and all of mine where caught in 8-10 feet of water. Most were on the full sink with my redhead nymph but I did fish chronies a bit since that what prams are for, right?? Picked up 2 nice ones on my herly bloodworm. Smallest went 14" & largest was 19". They fought hard and would take some nice runs. All but one looked healthy and bright, it had some strange spots on it. I was making mental notes of things to add or bring next time to make it more organized. I'm use to pontoon boats with pockets for all my crap. With the pram, there's a lot more room but I had stuff laying all over and it got a bit cluttered. I do have a question for you boat/pram guys. How do you unhook fish? With my pontoon boat I would just lay the net on my legs over the stripping apron (wearing waders) and have both hands free to remove hooks, untangle leader, etc. With the pram I found myself holding the net with one hand over the water and trying to do everything else with the other. A bit clumsy to say the least. All in all I think I'm going to like fishing from a pram and it will get good use on the south end lakes.