The Great Pontoon Picture thread!!!!

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by jcalderon, Dec 5, 2007.

  1. MasterAnglerTaylor

    MasterAnglerTaylor Member

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    That grill is killing me, that is awesome. I dont understand how you guys take those rapids and crap in those things. Then again i have never been on a river in a boat like that.
     
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    nice rods
     
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    lochsa?
     
  4. dryflylarry

    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Outcast 9'----I ran it thru the "Oxbow" on the Hoh 4 years ago when I was a young 55. Of course I prayed first. Not sure I would do it again...
     
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    The Slough Buggy, it's great for hauling my cooler 'round the flats.
    The rest of the time it's floating rivers and cruising for bass and trouts on the local ponds.
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    Yep. That's Lochsa Falls at 4.5' on the bridge.
     
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    That hinged seat for access to the cooler looks very familiar! You still working with Sos?
     
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    Sos isnt doing boats for the time being as he is too busy on government contracts so he is sending me his work and I work with his frame builder with our own little design changes
     
  10. onlyflyfish4vr

    onlyflyfish4vr Memories never forgotten

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    Outcast PAC 1200. Super light, hangs in garage ceiling upside down on rack, fits in the back of my pickup, can launch and take out at bridges, with little or no ramp.
     
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    Take it down the Selway Falls and make me a true believer...:thumb:
     
  12. Kevin J. Burnham

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    Here is old blue !! Been supporting my ass my 14 years now and still going strong. :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Looks like a Dave Scadden Skykomish Sunrise
     
  15. Robert Engleheart

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    Looks like a Dave Scadden Skykomish Sunrise
    Correct, with the X7 frames (longer standing platform). I'm working on extending the frame in front of the oarsman for 2nd person in moving water. Need to add D rings so I can move the oarsman back to balance it out. The set-up with the grandson on the back is ok for little people and stillwaters only (I moved the frame back 6 more inches as well on that to trim out the boat. It's needed when adding a 35 lb. battery & 65 lb. passenger).