I gotta get this one wet before I sell it to ya! LOL NOT!!!!!!
Me thinks this may be my answer to my floatation issues. Boats are great and offer alot of advantages over tubes and toons but $$ and maintenance is far less with this option. I have always wanted to do this and have gone back and forth on it. After reading many reports of fisherfolks that are toon or tube equipted I said why not me and made the plunge. Still working on getting another for the boy.
The drool all over Lund will happen later in life for me..when I am full time at Bear Lake and the fishing will almost require a large boat. The toon is still an option there but I can't cover as much water and I will have to watch the weather even that much closer. Again it is all still a big learning thing for me. I do no that I can launch the toon at the pump house, cisco beach, the utah marina, and guss rich point and pretty much cover all the honey holes that I have learned from friends and experience. The GPS is loaded with them but I still have to get them on the hooks! LOL
As for Jack giving up the seat...well he is 13 and kinda hard to get out of bed in the morning soooo you snooze you lose!
Live like you were Dieing.
Today is a gift, Tomorrow a dream!
Rocky Mountain Tackle/ Radical Glow mountain West Factory Rep