Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Re: Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Post by glen wooldridge » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:10 pm

Customer sent us a photo of him and his buddy out flyfishing in their wooldridge boats! Gean has the 17' windshield model and his buddy John has the 17' center console model. Both great boats to get through the shallows and up to your secret fishing hole!

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Re: Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Post by glen wooldridge » Fri Nov 03, 2017 10:46 am

https://youtu.be/MrxG3EULop0

Sweet video of our customer Chuck running the Salcha River up in Alaska! Always fun to see these videos!
Do you have a video of you and your wooldridge boat?
DM us, we would love to see your adventures, and possibly share them! W/B
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Re: Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Post by glen wooldridge » Fri Nov 17, 2017 10:46 am

It’s great to get pictures from customers around the country and the world! Bob here is no exception. Bob has a 20’ Wooldridge Sport Center Console that he uses out on the Great Lakes to hunt fowl and slay fish! Powered by a #Yamaha 200 VMAX the Sport is great for running the rivers, but also has what it takes to tackle the challenging fast changing weather conditions the Great Lakes region is known for.

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Re: Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Post by glen wooldridge » Thu Nov 30, 2017 2:02 pm

Our friend and customer Matt Wilken sent us some great photos of him and some buddy’s recent trip on the Yukon River. They made the 200 mile run up for a moose hunting excursion (each way). Matts words: “ Well, another successful hunting season in the books. This is of course largely due to the fact that we have the right tools for the job. The boats performed flawlessly and continue to impress us with their hauling capacities, fuel efficiency and comfort.
- Matt

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Re: Catchin' some fish in an alloy boat

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Post by jj225 » Sat Jan 06, 2018 12:03 pm

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NIce versatility in a Wooldridge.

Traveled 140+ miles RT down in Mexican waters where we limited out in one stop. Landed 14 fish on bait after a jig strike. Had a newbie to tuna fishing who lost 8 fish before he landed his first one then proceeded to catch his limit. Later we caught some nice bonita.

Put a 120 miles round trip to fish the outer Channel Islands (Santa Rosa Island) to do some nice rockfishing in about 300'. Mostly reds (vermillion) and some chuckles (copper). Flat fish is a rock sole not a halibut. Did not fish for limits.

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