RonG wrote:There's no chance they put them back there to use on the lake? Like leave them there and haul in a trolling motor and battery each trip.
catchafew wrote:There's one other lake I know of where they have a communal fishing boat just one lake over, but she's a leaker.
I've left my canoe at a lake one summer about 100 yards in the woods and a guy left a note on it saying he borrowed it, I left him another note saying good fishing. Things are a little different up here.
These remote rivers and lakes are awesome, some of my clients over the years could fish for hours without getting tan lines. Well they mostly read a book and drank coolers. .
Actually I think what a cool and dignified way for an old fishing boat to go. As they decay into oblivion over the years they stand at the ready in waiting for the next generation of anglers to enjoy them and for a few generations that proceeded us and the common bond we all shared.
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