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  • 08-20-2009, 02:42 PM
    AZsquirtgun
    I left the day before and was sorry to have missed seeing some of the rides.

    Mega props, (no pun intended) to Mike for a hot foot ride in the Allison, that thing is sic! And I will admit I have been snooping around for one.

    Maybe next year.
  • 08-20-2009, 12:01 PM
    Southocg

    A few shots from the weekend

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    I have to re-size the photos... Sorry about that.
  • 08-17-2009, 03:46 PM
    ClownRoyal

    Thanks to all

    For coming to our event. It was a great turnout. Weather could of been better but could of been alot worse. From what I saw and from what I hear everyone had a great time. Bob Teague coming up with his new Skater and speaking to our event was pretty f'n cool. He will be back next year. You heard it. Then Craig Frost in the 46' Turbine doing a fly bye at over 180 was just plain sic.

    Thanks to all. Next year will be big. Guarenteed.

    Put this on your calendar...August 20-21, 2010.

    See you then.
  • 08-13-2009, 11:16 AM
    ClownRoyal
    Quote Originally Posted by toddgrubb View Post
    We are headed there from spokane and want an easy not too long boat ride and lodging. Any good ideas? Also if we show up late on Saturday, will there be space to dock or tie up?
    You can actually launch right there in Harrison. Rockford Bay would be the next closest. The best launch is in CdA at Blackwell Island or 3rd Street. Accomodations are sold out at Harrison. Not sure about an RV spot at Harrison. I think those are gone also. CdA would be your next bet for a Hotel. Or simply sleep on your boat like most people. Weather for Saturday night looks good.

    We find parking for everyone. You may have to buddy up to another boat if you get there late Saturday.
  • 08-13-2009, 10:05 AM
    toddgrubb

    Where is the best location to launch?

    We are headed there from spokane and want an easy not too long boat ride and lodging. Any good ideas? Also if we show up late on Saturday, will there be space to dock or tie up?
  • 08-12-2009, 12:23 PM
    Wicky
    Quote Originally Posted by Southocg View Post
    Keep me posted if you're going to make it up..

    Not looking good at this point. Training starts Saturday for new employees.
  • 08-12-2009, 11:31 AM
    Southocg

    Boat bling specials

    Just to let everyone know... we were able to get approval from the owner of Boat Bling (see link below) on some special "Coeur D'Alene Performance Boat Regatta Pricing".


    We'll have plenty of product on-site available to sample and purchase. We'll have some killer Boat Bling shirts availalbe for both men and women as well as some free give-a-ways.

    Should be great event with some stellar hardware in town.

    http://www.boatbling.net/

  • 08-11-2009, 09:24 AM
    ClownRoyal
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerkizoid View Post
    my 18 foot circle boat? Would anyone be interested in such a short boat? Do you launch and cruise around or just show? Need a little info to convince me to go there and not the Goodguys rod run.
    All boats and boaters are welcome. There is interest in any performance boat. If you have something unique then so much the more interest. It is a show-n-shine at the docks.
  • 08-10-2009, 09:23 PM
    Jerkizoid

    What,about

    my 18 foot circle boat? Would anyone be interested in such a short boat? Do you launch and cruise around or just show? Need a little info to convince me to go there and not the Goodguys rod run.
  • 08-10-2009, 04:04 PM
    ClownRoyal
    The Regatta will go on rain or shine. The forecast is looking to be anywhere in the 70's (mid to high on Sat) with 10% or less chance of rain. Unless it flat out downpoors on Saturday the event should be packed. I predict the forecast to improve as we get closer to the weekend.

    BTW, Bob Teague is bringing his new Skater.
  • 08-08-2009, 10:17 AM
    baja

    weather

    Mike,

    Is this weather going to have any effect on the regatta? Looking forward at forecast for that weekend its looking like upper 60's to 70 and possible rain.
  • 07-29-2009, 10:43 AM
    Southocg
    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra26 # 1 View Post
    Wicky,

    Coeur d' Alene is my favorite Summer spot in the world. Best Summer boating too
    Keep me posted if you're going to make it up..
  • 07-28-2009, 09:09 PM
    Jenay
    Quote Originally Posted by DaveDog View Post
    There is the Lake Roosevelt Poker Run on Aug 1 starting at McCoy's at 11:00. Not specific to performance boats, but there are always quite a few out there.

    Looking forward to the Regatta, like Mike said, you probably want to get there on Friday.
    Can I get more information on the Poker Run @ Lake Roosevelt Saturday?

    Cost, how to register, how long it lasts, etc.?

    Thank you!
  • 07-28-2009, 08:17 PM
    Ultra26 # 1
    Quote Originally Posted by Wicky View Post
    I've gotta get some new employees and fast. Always wanted to boat a little bit farther north than Cascade or McCall. Just haven't had a good reason until now.
    Wicky,

    Coeur d' Alene is my favorite Summer spot in the world. Best Summer boating too
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