My Boat History Page…

This post is to announce that I have added a full page of the history of my many boats. That page is linked here, so please click to see the new, complete list of my entirely too many boats, and a brief story about each.


FishWisher I

About FishWisher

Over the years I have posted many exciting fishing and boating stories here, but now in my seventies, it was time to sell the boat and find less demanding pastimes. All the fishing stories are still here! I will now post my travels aboard the motorhome and other activities. I hope y'all will still enjoy the fishing and boating adventures and perhaps peek in on my post-boating activities on occasion. Thanks for dropping in and I hope you enjoy your visit.
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2 Responses to My Boat History Page…

  1. Sandra Aerts says:

    Hi Dale,
    Read about all the boats you had and all the add ons you did.
    Jim and I used to own a boat, and we gave it away to my niece and her husband, as it got to the point it was too much to take it out to the bay. (It had been gifted to us by Jim’s best buddy and we simply passed it on. They adore it and use it all summer in MI.)
    Jim and I both used to work in a yacht factory right here in our little town. It’s called Cruiser’s Yachts and is owned by K.C. Stock. Jim used to be a fiberglass roller and I used to do gel repair on small parts, and then moved to finish and even did hull repair. After breathing in all that fiberglass over the course of time, it’s a wonder we don’t both have lung disease.
    Anyways, enjoyed your blog. One other thing…Jim’s niece has a blog on here, and her posts appear like yours did, having to read from the bottom up when she posts a few days at a time.

    Take care,
    Sandra Aerts
    a.k.a. crash3289
    P.S. My father was a huge fisherman. He would of adored all your efforts and time you put into your boats. The last one he had he put things into it, but no down riggers. He only fished for perch.

    • FishWisher says:

      Hi Sandy,
      I’m glad you enjoyed the new page. I did one very small fiberglass repair years ago on FishWisher I and didn’t like smell or the sanding dust. Never did another one!

      Your history with boats is interesting. They sure are a great way to while away the hours and I miss those days, but I’m thankful I have the RV so I can now enjoy those adventures. And I’m glad that I wrote all those boating and fishing stories so that now I can relive them.

      Thanks for the visit.

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