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  • Rob B
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    Originally posted by Glen Wooldridge View Post
    Beautiful inside an out restoration on this 26í super sport offshore pilothouse. Years of guiding had taken its toll on this old gal before the current owners threw her some much needed TLC. Hard work pays off! Looks great guys!








    She looks great.



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  • Glen Wooldridge
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    Beautiful inside an out restoration on this 26í super sport offshore pilothouse. Years of guiding had taken its toll on this old gal before the current owners threw her some much needed TLC. Hard work pays off! Looks great guys!








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  • Glen Wooldridge
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    Originally posted by Cresent Hills View Post
    You Guys are sure making Burkeshore and Wooldridge proud.. Keep posting your trips.. great shot.

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    Yes! Great pictures!

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  • Cresent Hills
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    You Guys are sure making Burkeshore and Wooldridge proud.. Keep posting your trips.. great shot.

    Tom

    Originally posted by waterdog91 View Post
    Knik glacier 2018

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  • Rob B
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    Great photo


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  • waterdog91
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    Knik glacier 2018

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  • Glen Wooldridge
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    Some photos from Richard Ro an some buddies on the opening day of sturgeon fishing on the upper Columbia River. Couple Sturgeon on the hooks! One was 5í6Ē another was 5í4íí. Beautiful fish!








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  • Glen Wooldridge
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    Beautiful! Looks fun.

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  • a2thak
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    Yesterday at 20mile. Was a good break in run. River is low.


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  • waterdog91
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    Originally posted by Hoyt View Post
    I posted this on the boat mod forum as well, but figured I'd post it here as well.

    I wanted to protect (and make it more slick) the bottom of my Alaskan. As it has a ribbed bottom, adding UMHW would be really tough, plus add a ton of weight. After doing a lot of research, with a couple guys from work (Wooldridge owners as well), we discovered K5 polyurea. If you haven’t seen it or heard of it, do a google search and check out the videos that pop up. It’s an amazing product, having being used by the military for years as a blast mitigation coating. Anyway, we ended up finding out that Universal Welding in North Pole is a Vendor/applicator for the product. A couple of us guys decided to give it a shot. I’m pretty happy how it turned out, and I hope it works well. Universal guarantees the K5 spray. We also added a top coat product called Wetlander (super slick silicone based coating they use on airboats). Universal agreed to apply that product on the K5 for us. The total weight added to my boat was around 50lbs, much lighter than UMHW. Also it required no holes or glue etc. I believe Phantom boats have mostly gone away from UMHW, and are spraying their boats with k5. I also talked with Wooldridge, and they said this would not void my hull warranty. Anyway here are a couple pictures of how it turned out. I cannot wait to get it on the rivers this year!

    URL=http://s306.photobucket.com/user/Rms123_2008/media/IMG_7963_zpsmbuwiexg.jpg.html][/URL]





    How much did it end up costing you?

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  • Hoyt
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    I posted this on the boat mod forum as well, but figured I'd post it here as well.

    I wanted to protect (and make it more slick) the bottom of my Alaskan. As it has a ribbed bottom, adding UMHW would be really tough, plus add a ton of weight. After doing a lot of research, with a couple guys from work (Wooldridge owners as well), we discovered K5 polyurea. If you haven’t seen it or heard of it, do a google search and check out the videos that pop up. It’s an amazing product, having being used by the military for years as a blast mitigation coating. Anyway, we ended up finding out that Universal Welding in North Pole is a Vendor/applicator for the product. A couple of us guys decided to give it a shot. I’m pretty happy how it turned out, and I hope it works well. Universal guarantees the K5 spray. We also added a top coat product called Wetlander (super slick silicone based coating they use on airboats). Universal agreed to apply that product on the K5 for us. The total weight added to my boat was around 50lbs, much lighter than UMHW. Also it required no holes or glue etc. I believe Phantom boats have mostly gone away from UMHW, and are spraying their boats with k5. I also talked with Wooldridge, and they said this would not void my hull warranty. Anyway here are a couple pictures of how it turned out. I cannot wait to get it on the rivers this year!

    URL=http://s306.photobucket.com/user/Rms123_2008/media/IMG_7963_zpsmbuwiexg.jpg.html][/URL]





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  • waterdog91
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    Originally posted by a2thak View Post


    Just picked her up from Busterís. Impressed with his work, now just need the ice to melt!
    Looks good!

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  • a2thak
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    Just picked her up from Busterís. Impressed with his work, now just need the ice to melt!

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  • Glen Wooldridge
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    Cowlitz River with Richard Ro and his 20í Alaskan XL center console! From fishing to hunting this boat gets it done!


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