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Old 04-08-2017   #1
 
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Thanks to All

I've been a long time fisherman but have never used an inflatable. Just wanted to say thanks, I've learned some info from all the previous posts to help me decide on what I think would work best for me.

I'm a total wuss in my drift boat, and I'm hoping I can gain skills with a better margin of safety in a cat. I know this forum is mostly about running the crazy stuff, maybe one day I'll have enough time on river to try. The prospect of seeing and fishing water that not every guy can get to sounds awesome.

Thanks to all.

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Old 04-08-2017   #2
 
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Welcome to the Buzz! Glad you were able to find good info here and make sure to stick around. Remember that you can always use the search function in the toolbar above between "new posts" and "quick links." We've all made lots of mistakes around here and are glad to let folks learn from them if they're smart enough!

Thanks for the note,

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I've been a long time fisherman but have never used an inflatable. Just wanted to say thanks, I've learned some info from all the previous posts to help me decide on what I think would work best for me.

I'm a total wuss in my drift boat, and I'm hoping I can gain skills with a better margin of safety in a cat. I know this forum is mostly about running the crazy stuff, maybe one day I'll have enough time on river to try. The prospect of seeing and fishing water that not every guy can get to sounds awesome.

Thanks to all.
This is how it starts, you start looking for water with fish that have never seen an artificial bait, next thing you know you are fishing class IV V.

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Old 04-09-2017   #4
 
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Sounds a lot like how I got started a few years ago. Most of my trips still involve fly fishing but more and more the rafting, running more challenging whitewater, the logistics of a multi day trip, etc, have ignited my passion.


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