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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Chad Michael, Jun 25, 2019.
Just watch the first 0:30 and you will get it....
BTW - that is my friend Pete, he has much more experience and a much nicer boat than mine....
Good luck with that.
Wouldn't be for me (I spent a couple of months on a fishing trawler in the North Sea and experienced some heavy weather, so I can't see how this would be fun).
But hey, whatever floats your boat...
There was a moment there I wasn’t sure it would continue to float.
I have done plenty of whitewater rafting, but never under power.
I can definitely see how this would get the ole adrenal glands pumping.
Every summer I try to get out on one of the many Wisconsin fishing lakes as often as I can with either my canoe or rowboat. I'm usually the only person on the water who is still using muscle power to propel a watercraft larger than a kayak.
For me, this is the opposite of whitewater excitement. I'll typically go and paddle or row around the lake in the early morning or evening to avoid the usual midday winds. Sometimes I'll bring a small rod and reel and fish for panfish or bass when I pause for rest, but I'm mostly content to enjoy being on the water and among the surrounding woodlands and experience nature.
It's not an exaggeration to say that these two or three times a month outings are largely responsible for maintaining my emotional health and keeping my mental stress levels down. Plus, I really need the exercise.
There is a thing about river boating (be it power boats, kayaks, canoes, rafts, etc.)
You are accessing beautiful geography that few will ever see..... pics don't do justice, I'll try to find a few anyway
Wouldn't it be a lot more fun going with the current??
That’s the beauty of it. After you fight your way up the river you get to fly back down it.
Like a lot of people, I cheat. I get a buddy to drop me off at one spot and then they drive to another spot some miles downstream and wait for me.
Not much luck involved, once we learn how rivers and jet boats work.
Boater Chad Schatz running 'Eye of the Needle' rapid on the Lower Salmon... post #12 pic #2, we were camped right below this rapid.
That was my question. what type of drive.
Here is a nice vid from Hamilton, explains how and why … Please keep in mind that jets aren't necessarily the best in every boating application, but they do fine in local waters...
Cool, we have been caught in gulf of mex in waves that look like that!
OOpps, it is easy to make a mistake doing this....
Are you anywhere around Riggins? I've been through there a number of times, and have driven 95 from Moscow to Boise a lot.