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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 09-21-2005, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Just waiting for someone to offer to do the filming.

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post #22 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-17-2005, 10:07 AM
 
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Nice pictures. Damn, found you over here too!!! I don't get the lift you do, but I haven't goten anyone to take picture of the boat running WOT.
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I don't get the lift you do, but I haven't goten anyone to take picture of the boat running WOT.
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What do you mean.......lift?

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post #24 of 31 (permalink) Old 10-18-2005, 04:02 PM
 
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Air under the bow. My bow doesn't get up like yours does.
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Air under the bow. My bow doesn't get up like yours does.
Ahhhhh copy that..........

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Very nice looking boat... Can't wait for the video....

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I wouldnt know what to do with water that calm!

Looks great!
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Ok guys here ya go.
https://www.speedwake.com/photopost/d...lip_1_0001.wmv

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B2B, where on the Columbia do you run? I am assuming east of the Cascades. I have been up and down most of the river. A lot of smooth water untill the wind picks up!

I spent 3-4 weeks every summer for 10 years fishing Buoy 10 during the Salmon run (before it was pretty much shut down). Fog in the morning, no loran, no gps. A compass and listen to the Buoy horns. AND PRAY!!! 15-25 foot swells at times, walk across the river boat to boat. No women allowed, although a couple of guys showed up with watermelons now and then

We (meaning my family and friends) also spent a couple of weeks a year at Lincoln Rock and Steamboat Rock.

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B2B, where on the Columbia do you run? I am assuming east of the Cascades. I have been up and down most of the river. A lot of smooth water untill the wind picks up!

I spent 3-4 weeks every summer for 10 years fishing Buoy 10 during the Salmon run (before it was pretty much shut down). Fog in the morning, no loran, no gps. A compass and listen to the Buoy horns. AND PRAY!!! 15-25 foot swells at times, walk across the river boat to boat. No women allowed, although a couple of guys showed up with watermelons now and then

We (meaning my family and friends) also spent a couple of weeks a year at Lincoln Rock and Steamboat Rock.

I really miss Washington State.
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Mostly from Lincoln Rock too Bebe Bridge. We put in across from Lincoln Rock at a member only boat club and run up to the Entiat Lake sand bar.......right where the Entiat meets the Columbia. By the time we launch and stop too visit 4-5 different friends who live on the water up too Entiat Lake sand bar its a full day. What parts is the buoys you are referring too? Its tuff too beat our seasons here in Eastern Washington. Hows "the search" coming?

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post #31 of 31 (permalink) Old 12-23-2005, 07:16 AM
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Cool dude !!!

What a river. Holy sheat does that place look perfect to do some runnin'.

Great scenery too !!!

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