It's a nice little boat, I like the set up. There is a lot of room. I fish Erie almost exclusively with it. I like that I can take it into marinas and inland areas. I had a 22 foot trophy and actually downsized to this. I know, I'm crazy lolMy father had that same boat. Got out a ton on Erie and inland with it.
When I was 18 in 1975 I helped a farmer out with some work. He let me rabbit hunt on his land with my single shot crack down. He said I need a better shooter & he gave me a JC Higgins 12 gauge pump. I think Sears made them. It was a killing machine & I still use it today for small game even though I have a newer remington 870. Back in the day I use to clean up at turkey shoots with the full choke screwed in. Still shoots like a dream !I've never looked it up... It's by far from flawless condition. I guess at one point they were a very good selling and liked combo... But once you go Pfluger Supreme, it's tough to go back to the old stuff.
Now I just fish with it at times to remember my grandpa... It does a good job
I like when these "old" threads get a second wind and this is a good one.Another victim of the “ old thread “ ....but no harm, good topic
It was on the southwest corner of Rainbow & Main on the south end. Half was a carryout & 1/2 sporting goods. I lived on Water Street less than 1/4 mile away & spent many rainy day summer hours visiting with & learning from Russ Bordner & Larry Dean in that store. GREAT memories!Ohiotuber am now trying to remember where that store was located. I remember where the old five & dime was and the old theatre and such were, but am having trouble placing it.