So What Did Everybody Get???
At the Tri-State Flea Market this morning...
I got a couple tandem parachute rigs... "Barney" colored... from Tylers... the hot ticket for this spring... Capt. Skip sold me a few nice 1 oz jigging spoons, and got a couple stingsilver-type lures from the BKD folks (already got tons of BKDs).
That's the problem with these things... the last thing I really need is MORE lures and tackle... just seems to never end! :)
Great seeing so many familiar faces and getting to shoot the breeze w/ a lot of guys... definitely worth the ride.
Thanks Clancy & E for the invite... now back to our regularly scheduled fishing derby...
Didn't go. But I am planning on PSG next weekend. (Had a choice of one of the other). Let me know if you want a ride up there. Nothing beats 10 oz Buds and pit beef and oysters at 930 in the am.
I got 7 different colors of BA's from Rod Rice at the WAF table, a couple of long sleeve tees and some Tidalfish bucktails from Brandon, raffle tickets from everybody selling them, and a new set of hullside Parker logos from the Tri-State parts counter.
I'll probably go to PSG too just to see if they also serve Miller Lite. :)
Bought some raffle tickets and not much else. Worked the WAF table most of the day. I'll load up the shopping cart at Pasadena this weekend
Trophy 2002WA / 150HP Merc
For once I didn't buy anything.Saw alot of goodies but let others get the deals this time.;) Skip
Got some new bucktails to freshen up my tandems, some lead inline sinkers, some plastic storm imitations, some inline planers to try for macs this year, and the most important thing - met Skip finally and talked about trying to find my lost anchor out by the 450 bridge . Guess I got there too late to see anyone else, or at least I didn't recognize any fellow SRRKCrs. Also, got to check out those pretty Parkers :) , if they came with a FB and could be configured as inboards, I'd be in love. ;)
Originally Posted by D A Kahler
You can't currently get an IB from the factory, but if you cruise around http://ClassicParker.com/ you will see gas and diesel IB's from the recent past, before they went strictly OB.
You'll also find a handful of owners who have factory installed towers on their 2820's as well as owner fabricated towers on the smaller SC models, most of which are found on the west coast.
Thanks Kevin. I checked out the site, but couldn't find an easy way to search for pics. If you happen to come across any pics of the inboards please send me the links. I love my boat the way she is, but as every good boater am getting 3 footitis. Penn Yan did make 26s and even a few 30s, but they are more cabin cruiserish and those Parkers look like real fishing machines.
Dave, I'm expecting an announcement tomorrow (the 1 year anniversary of ClassicParker) on something that might just do what you are asking for.
Stand by... ;)