Posts : 28 Join date : 2011-05-19 Age : 54 Location : Southern Oregon
Hey everyone. My name is Brian and I live in Oregon. I just acquired a once used Wood River Gliderider. The guy had kept it stored for a few years. I'm looking forward to doing some stillwater flyfishing.
Posts : 14283 Join date : 2010-01-16 Age : 48 Location : So Cal / Orange County
Welcome Trout Bum, glad you are on the board. Hope you enjoy it here some great guys to talk to all over the world, at this forum. We are looking forward to hereing about your first trip on you r new tube, and don't forget the pictures.
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Posts : 10 Join date : 2011-05-18 Age : 57 Location : Lake Havasu City, Az
Hay Fellow WoodRiver Float Tuber! I have a nice StealthRider and Love to death! you'll like the Gliderider For years I had my StealthRider pack up in storage and its like New! Too bad WoodRiver went out of business
Posts : 3895 Join date : 2011-01-05 Location : paramount ca.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Thanks Rob and welcome to you as well. Your Stealth looks very similar to my Glide. I wish I could find a gear bag to strap to it. If you have any tips, suggestions or opinions please chime in.
Hello there guys i have the cumberland float tube and its a backpack float tube it strap to you like a backpack fully inflated the traps i have can be maked from stuff you can buy a walmart or a linen store i make a lot of stuff for my float tubes cause i cant afford the store stuff (a fraction of the price )if you can shot a picture of the strap maybe i can help make it or seen you stuff you need probly a luggage strap from you local k mart or walmart even target .let me know if i can help in making something for ya Ed
Posts : 175 Join date : 2010-11-17 Location : puddtown
Whats up Trout Bum, I lived in Gods country for a few years, little town of Yamhill, dont know if its anywhere near you but it was beautiful there. The Yamhill river ran through our property and I caught a bunch of trout their. This brings back alot of good memories for me catching native trout, no stockers there. That was 25yrs ago when I was a teen, how far from Yamhill are you?