Watermaster Club?

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by Dave Henry, May 22, 2009.

  1. Dave Henry

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    Is there one out there? Anybody interested in creating one? It would be a good way to trade info on mods, floats etc. People could get together for floats and stillwater trips.
     
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    I don't know of one, but would be glad to join up. I enjoy my WM a lot. It would be interesting to see what other WM owners are doing with their crafts.
     
  3. Riverman

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    I'll join the club...

    If you're gonna start a club (after checking all over their website)... Water Master is two words, not one. smile
     
  4. Dave Henry

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    :thumb: I'll think about ways to start one up if there's enough interest. It would be good to be able to plan floats with people on their home rivers. I have many places to fish up here in BC
     
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    As a new owner, why not.
     
  6. bustedout

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    An advantage of such a club would be free shuttles when fishing rivers. It sure beats riding a bike or paying someone else to do the shuttle. Another advantage would be knowledge of local rivers from the local WM owners. What works, what doesn't.
     
  7. Riverman

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    How about a Water Master 3-day weekend, at a top fishing site.

    Of course, all WM owners would be invited.
     
  8. sroffe

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    I'm feeling left out. bawling:

    I have a Wilderness Access.
     
  9. Riverman

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    No way...let's just go fishing... I'll make the long trip. :)
     
  10. bustedout

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    WM, Waterstider, Wilderness Access etc. Pretty much the same idea. So, I agree, let's fish.
     
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    My bags are packed, I'm ready to go, .... :)
     
  12. Dave Henry

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    I like where this is going. Ill be busy preparing for my wedding for the next few months. After that I can plan a float up here or join one down there.
    It might be better to do this on the bigsky forum, maybe get folks from all over involved.
     
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    I'm in w/my Wilderness Access.