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Discussion in 'Gulf Coast, Alabama to Texas' started by EdK13, Apr 13, 2018.
Brian.... I left this without comment dude-Splain youself.
The ultimate testament to the toughness of these BA skiffs!
*lol* Making the most of a bad situation?
Glass is No Bueno in that situation... HA.
He put a post on the FB page. Walking it down the side creek around the dam, bow facing upstream. Transom caught a rock, got turned and wedged. Pulled it out with a tractor. No damage. On to the next leg of the trip. Pretty awesome testament of the build quality.
Nothing is good in that situation. Even if it doesn't break or bend it can still get stuck under the pressure of that water and be damn near impossible to free up.
Yep. He builds quality light tanks. Smack and I spent some time with Brian at the Houston fishing show year before last. If he had had a tunnel on the one at the show I might have bought it.
Nice guy- great sense of humor, loves slinging..
I had that happen once... in a canoe. It sucked watching it bend and finally crack. He got yanked out, reloaded and continued to the next ramp. He is fishing that thing right now I bet.
Yeah...I talked to Brian...was curious about the Micro before I found a Glades X locally.
I think they are already fishing salt
Yeah seriously, looks like he's double hauling, definitely need to be stack mending right there....
A bit breezy for mere mortals..
They said they had to change to their back up motor but finished the trip in Matagorda and are looking for their next trip adventure.