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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby Coug » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:40 am

Gotta love local, family run companies. Hope to get one from them very soon.
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby Riverjohn » Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:27 am

Did Wooldridge discontinue The Classic :?: I did not see it on your website.
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Wed Nov 07, 2018 4:21 pm

Riverjohn wrote:Did Wooldridge discontinue The Classic :?: I did not see it on your website.


The Classic has been redesigned and renamed the Canyon Classic. The new boat has many upgrades over the old Classic but, the hull design remains virtually unchanged.
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby Riverjohn » Wed Nov 07, 2018 8:18 pm

glen wooldridge wrote:
Riverjohn wrote:Did Wooldridge discontinue The Classic :?: I did not see it on your website.


The Classic has been redesigned and renamed the Canyon Classic. The new boat has many upgrades over the old Classic but, the hull design remains virtually unchanged.

To Bad! That makes it just another Potato Boat look alike now. :(
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby waylon » Wed Nov 07, 2018 10:53 pm

cant beat the lines of the classic. imho.
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Wed Nov 14, 2018 10:47 am

Eagle1 wrote:Looking great Bob. You see Jetboating is good for the soul.

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You know it Eagle1!
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Re: Wooldridge boats 100 yrs.

Postby glen wooldridge » Fri Nov 30, 2018 5:25 pm

Excerpt from the book The Rogue: A River to Run. Written in Glens own words, with the author filling in the story along the way. “Ruell was one of the Billings tribe down at the Agness. He was a quite sort of fellow, didn’t have too much to say, but he was a good boatman, probably the best one on the river at that time. Tom Staley went along with us to take pictures.” They trailered the boat from Grants Pass to Riggins, then drove along the dirt road that went up the river a few miles, looking the rapids over.”

Find the book on the Wooldridge Boats website. http://www.wooldridgeboats.com

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