Dedicated to the boats, people, fish, and stories surrounding this man-powered technique. Also, the official site for the Bob Ellis Classic.


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Mark Peterman said:   September 9, 2012 5:37 pm PST
Can someone point me to some plans for a row troller? I just got back from fishing the WCMC and saw several row trollers and would like to see about building one. My wife's family has had a place on Papoose since 1989.

Steve Meyer said:   September 3, 2012 12:02 pm PST
Great site I had know idea this is what we have been doing!! Have a 16' wisconsin guide boat built by the shop students somewhere around woodruff. we've had it for the last 25 yrs or so. put an electric motor on it to get home when i'm too tired as it is so damn heavy i know it will not break when bounced off trailer. done that. thanks i'll understand what the game is next week when we start hunting again.

Denny Bersch said:   June 18, 2012 11:20 am PST
At the last minute I couldn't get to this years tournament. Congrats again to Niermans. Someone please write an article and tell me what I missed. Thanks

Stan Ellis said:   June 18, 2012 7:21 am PST
Kevin, The Ellis family would like to thank you for the fine job that you did in organizing "The Bob Ellis Classic" this year. Look forward to the "Classics" in the years to come. Best Regards, Stan

Pat Hietpas said:   June 17, 2012 7:26 am PST
Nice website guys..I've been really interested in this kind of fishing since first reading an article about Bob Ellis in one of tne outdoor magazines i get . My buddy Bill and I have since each built a row troller and plan on fishing next year in the B.E.C. 364 days and counting.

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