Type: Posts; User: cmayes
That is some rough water for sure...
I love the tail colors on that fish.
Yes, standing is quite easy in the 119 if your balance is good. Keep your knees with a little flexion, but, practice in skinny water first...:D
I can't say enough how much I love my 119. The only "modification" I've made is putting my crate behind the seat and adding two more rod holders to the crate. This boat is a great boat in my humble...
Nice pictures, good job!
Currently I use a 230, but, I am thinking about a bigger size.
Great post. Thanks!
Good luck on the 119 and let us know.
Personally I would stick to rivers and creeks in my 119.
Glad you are o.k.
I have a 119 and I have fallen in love with it. I am able to stand in it, which I really like. I also have a Native Manta Ray 14. Comparing the two on speed, the 119 is a little slower, but I fish...
Nice pictures...Beautiful fish and beautiful water.
That's a good day for sure!
Love those smallies! Nice!
That's a great shot!
Those are some nice fish!
That one smallie is colored nice with the tiger stripes!
Looks like a Kentucky, did it have a toothpatch on the tounge?
I have been hearing about this tournament. I am not sure where they are launching from.
I took my milkcrate and zip tyed 2 PVC pipes I cut to make rod holders. Works like a charm.
Put in and did a float down the Holston. My first trip in the new 119 (Camo Color). Also my first river float since coming off of shoulder surgery. Felt good to be home!
Landed 14 smallies, and...
I like your seat on that 119.