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  • sparse greysparse grey Posts: 1,751 Captain
    Nice pics & thanks for sharing. Really like the stand in post with the line mesh holder. I have only seen 1 other like it. Well done.
    Ron Conner Release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough.
  • sunflowersunflower Posts: 449 Deckhand
    The "pulpit" as I call it on the bow is unique. The guide has it for a specific client. I was pretty weirded out the first time I considered getting in it, but it works great. You aren't aware of it as you stand because it is below your waist. It controls and holds your line (and beer) perfectly. You can actually sit a bit as you watch the flats, which feels wrongfully comfortable.

    It works on tarpon, too.

    Mark

    grace finds goodness in everything ...



  • BacklashBacklash Posts: 880 Officer
    The casting platform/bow platform is the Chittum Spider platform.
    Nice pics Mark, it's always good to see the ladies get on em too��
  • FS ShelbyFS Shelby Posts: 687 Officer
    What area were you fishing?
  • sparse greysparse grey Posts: 1,751 Captain
    Mark, Saw the rig in KW. Is that where you were. Son & I REALLY looked hard at it.
    Ron Conner Release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough.
  • sunflowersunflower Posts: 449 Deckhand
    Yes. I was after permit in Key West with Aaron Snell. He is an excellent guide. There was a bit of a cold front,
    so few permit or tarpon, but bones were available.
    Mark

    grace finds goodness in everything ...



  • ShadowcastShadowcast Wimauma, FLPosts: 1,051 Officer
    Great pics!!
    Capt. Jon Bull
    @shadowcastflyfishing
    Sales Rep - Ankona Boats, Salt Marsh Skiffs, Tavernier Skiff Company
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