Fishing in Prince William Sound

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Fishing in Prince William Sound

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Post by glen wooldridge » Wed May 15, 2013 6:01 pm

Here is a letter and photos that our customer William, from Alaska sent to us at Wooldridge Boats.
To the Wooldridge family!! I just bought a 20ft. Pilothouse and holy cow, do I love it!! For the break in period, I took three of my friends in the boat to kill some fish! Now when I say three of my friends, we are all well over 200lbs. We put in at Whittier, AK and started our little trip. We fished and fished and didn’t catch anything, so we ventured further and further out until we were fishing off Montague Island (where all of the dinosaurs live). We slayed halibut, and some pacific cod, then grilled ‘em up right then and there.
Long story short, we had to call the wives so they wouldn’t send the Coast Guard out and Whittier was too far away, so we made our way to Seward. There was a small boat advisory in Resurrection Bay, so we fought 4 to 7 footers with awesome wind and the boat did great!! Let’s just say the wives were not impressed, but I sure was.
Now that I have this boat, I’m taking wounded soldiers from the Healing Hearts Foundation to go catch fish. I have been active Army for 10 years now and just wanted to say I love your product and I am proud that it came out of the state I’m from.
Thanks again,
William
P.S. We covered 197.5 miles on our little trip and used a little over half a tank (Merc 150).

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Re: Fishing in Prince William Sound

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Post by welder » Wed May 15, 2013 9:41 pm

Man that launch ramp looks reel familiar . :mrgreen:
Sounds like a GREAT trip and "Good On Ya William" for working with the Warriors . :beer:
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Post by JETTYWOLF » Thu May 16, 2013 6:10 am

SWEET....yeah, that luxury looking boat ramp does look familiar.

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Re: Fishing in Prince William Sound

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Post by spoiled one » Thu May 16, 2013 11:29 am

Cool little boat with a fort! It sure sounds like he will be putting it to good use. :thumbsup:
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