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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Dean Kellenburger said:   May 27, 2012 7:54 pm PST
I have a neat old boat. Its a Peterson Fiberglass rowboat. Its built on the same design of the old timers but is kind of a seafoam a 57 Chevy or the Shell Lake, Tuffy, Lund Guide boats you see so many of. It is 16' long, has two sets of oarlocks. The plate on the side says 'Peterson Boats Shell Lake WI.' I All and all its in really nice condition. Nice little tilt trailer with 12" tires. Have you seen one like this? What can you tell me about it?

Don Bloch said:   April 6, 2012 7:31 am PST
I live in Land O'Lakes, WI and have restored an original Rhinelander guide boat. After living in the Northwoods for 50 years I am interested in row trolling for musky.

Patrick Durkin said:   April 5, 2012 3:34 pm PST
I'll be taking part this year, and my partner will be Scott Hassett. We'll be using my cedar-stripper.

Peter Stoltman said:   March 21, 2012 3:53 am PST
I have established a Facebook Page for row-trollers. I hope folks will use it as an interactive supplement to this website. If you're on Facebook just search Row Trolling and it should get you there.

Jeff Koser said:   June 28, 2011 10:01 am PST
Greetings rowers. Welcome to the new web site dedicated to our wonderful sport, and the legacy of Bob Ellis. Kevin and I will be working hard these next few months to gather content and images for the site. Plan on hearing from us as we move ahead.

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