Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by trophymac, Jun 10, 2018.
My daughter followed this guy home the other day..
Maybe he hit a one of the many bumps on HWY 112 west of Port Angeles!
Your daughter may not want to be following that guy in the future.
That was me.
What's the problem??
Looks like mine when I am in a rush pulling the boat out, although I still use two tie downs.
Ingenious method for making a short tie down strap work!
What could possibly go wrong!
Ya she said the one side came bouncing up off the trailer that was enough for her.
Heading north on I-5 yesterday near Lynnwood. There was a back up and when I got there I saw 2 staters, and a truck with an empty boat trailer. Didn't see the boat but wasn't looking that hard!
Over here that's just a good day of shrimping on the canal. As long as it doesn't beat you home your good.
I thought that's how the boat is supposed to be on the trailer.....most of the boats coming out of lake Washington are just like that...
I see your miss-trailered boat and raise you 2000 pounds. Couldn’t get around this guy fast enough. Tried telling him but he probably had had enough ramp ridicule for one day and refused to go back! No mi problema.
You would think he might have noticed when putting on the one strap inside the fender well and the other on the outside
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