The proof is in,,,on the cutting board.

The proof is in,,,on the cutting board.

While the vintage race boats are up in Gravenhurst basking in the varnish glory of it all. Fellow Woody Boater and biggist balls winner for 5 years in a row, David Konick, took advantage of the amazing fishing weather here in the mid Atlantic. And a fish’n he did.

Heading out into the Atlantic...AGAIN!

Heading out into the Atlantic…AGAIN!

David did his usual insane run out into the Atlantic to go Tuna fishing in his trust Sea Skiff. mmmmmm Sushi!

David 's trust sea skiff .

David ‘s trust sea skiff .

UPDATE:  Dave & crew have been captured by pirates, please send help.

They are chained to the keel and the hourglass is almost empty.

Luckily, they left the mascot behind.

“Sharky” Above…

You can see me in the starboard windshield transmitting to you via the very highly sophisticated antenna booster which you also can see attached to the radio.

And people say “Dave is crazy to go out on the ocean without sophisticated electronical navigation devices!”

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11 Responses to “Let’s Go Fish’n With David Konick!”
  1. Rick

    Captain I think we’re gonna need a bigger boat! He must have massive leg muscles to carry around those cohones.

  2. Envious

    Aren’t you supposed to see a doctor if you’ve been big for 4 hours. But after 5 years…?

  3. Grant Stanfield

    Keep on keepin’ on, Dave!

    All of us Sea Skiffers are proud of your long-standing record! REPRESENT!!

  4. floyd r turbo

    Now rhere’s a woodyboater. Maybe I’ll get mine in the water someday.

  5. Don Vogt

    And what did they want to ransom David? Hope it’s a small number, ha! Just kidding David. A most devoted fisherman.

  6. andy white

    On the recent “Woodyboater” it shows a photo of some youths{youth program} making a boat. Can you tell me the type of boat as I want to build it. Thanks, andy

  7. Matt

    We have done about 10 stories on youth programs, sorry you need to be more specific. In the upper right hand corner of the third colum from the left is a search box, type in SCAMP, or youth program. All the stories should apear. Hope this helps. Matt