Physically Impaired Fishermen Regain use of their Fishing Boats...
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#1 May 11, 2010
It's about time! Thank you for your forward thinking. I had polio 'back in the day' and need help getting in and out of my little Ranger 320V. I haven't run my trolling motor for years and now there's a light at the end of the tunnel. A friend of mine used a scissor-jack, plywood platform and an old bass seat to make a lift for me to get into his tall Lund ProV 18.
I can still get into my boat but it's a rolling effort that
isn't the most attractive thing you've ever seen. You guys need to take my friend's efforts and expand upon them to assist people like
myself and those coming back from war with injuries not only
get around inside their boats but to actually help them get
in it. Ours is portable and can be raised and lowered with a socket set. We've gone to a 24V socket driver which makes
the process a whole lot easier and quicker. I hope this idea
can help others.
La Crosse, WI 54603
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