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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by flyfishz, Jan 8, 2018.
Colorful and possible but not practical . . . wonder how it would work in the twists and turns.
Pretty sure that isn't a 23 hp. Long tail mud buddy.
Ask the warden, he taught him.
Ends Probably Like This . . . with a longtail Eskimo Roll
I gotta have one. On it's best day ever, my Mud Buddy 35 pushes an 18 foot boat 20 mph.
Not racing that guy for pinks!
This post brings me back to my first time hunting the big F. We hand launched the scull boat off the side of the 165 pre ramp. We floated downriver and shot limits of green and woodies, it took us forever to get back, I was so freakin tired. I have some really good memories from back in the day. It’s definitely changed for the negative in the past years, too much pressure IMHO. And losing that closed zone near the K shrewd things up.
Today that would have Mr Greengenes throwing the book at you , there is NO Launching of any watercraft off the bridge or roadway on HWY 165 !
With that little piece of paper , it could spoil your season !
you just told all the wardens you hunted a state park and you parked in a no parking zone. You will be getting a knock on the door. There are more wardens on here than you have ever seen in one place.
you should have went to donoly park.
He said “pre-ramp” Alex. Guessing you could dump off the road before there was a launch...at least that’s what the state constitution says.
All I can say is you will be sunk fast. We run fast and quick at 2:00 AM and you will be blinded by the lights. Just make sure to get out of the state park. You better pushing it than trying to run electric. And remember, if there alone, you may not have a catalytic converter when you come back. Several have been hit. Oh yeah, hmm who is shooting those dam ring neck divers on the pond we all know when I am trying to kill the 1 mallard left out there! Oh wait there are no mallards in the grasslands.
Freitas- those who know Shooter, Duckfire, Cencal and others we had a run in the day when it actually shot and using our longtails. Those were the best and navigating was fun. I saw Burroughs 1 time but he was same dam fast he was blurr in the jet! 1 time was enough for him he likes to run clean water behind some locked gates somewhere! 25 years I hunted it and had some private access along it. I go once a year now just to say i used my boat and ran freitas to find the 1 mallard left!
Good luck if you dont' get sunk or runover.