Thanks To Kevin Fitzke, It’s A Summer Morning Here On Woody Boater.



Fellow Woody Boater Kevin Fitzke and Mark Setterholm at the Helm of the Setterhelm shoot boat. That’s a pun.. in case you missed it. not a spelling error, and either way it works, so I am safe. One of them is right. I just don’t know which one. Anyway, where was I? Squirrel? noooooo? Look a red car? nooooo? Oh ya, Bug Bites and summer runs. The good kind, not the kind after Summer Taco Nights.

Amazing boat, amazing guy, amazing gang putting this all together.

Wow, I can’t believe you are still reading this crap and not just watching this very cool  short film of Kevin and his Bug Bite.

If for some reason it’s not working on the app, No audio,, etc, HERE is a LINK HERE TO THE VIDEO.

I can’t emphasize enough how much you should click on the FITZKE BOAT LINK,  Kevin’s work, all kidding aside about Bug Bite jokes, is no joke. His attention to detail is amazing. Kevin is not restoring old stuff, he is building and designing something magical that will always be loved. Timeless stuff being done now. What Kevin is doing is the boat equivalent to Singer Porsches.


We talk so much about youth and all that crap. THIS is really the real deal for moving the creative culture into boating. We not only are grateful for the talent that is put forth here. We are in awe. A deep thanks for making our universe a better place! Also a huge shout out to the film co that made some buttery imagery.. Mmmmm Pixel Skew. HERE

7 replies
  1. m-fine
    m-fine says:

    I am afraid to click on any videos of summer taco night runs. I am even more afraid of what pictures Troy might have on that topic!

  2. JFKarlson
    JFKarlson says:

    Gorgeous boat and gorgeous footage. Well done Kevin and Mark! I wish Minnetonka looked like that right now.

  3. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P) says:

    Just simply cool! What a way to start this December day. I felt like I was riding with him. Excellent craftsmanship and attention to detail. I can see one of those boards strapped to the top of a restored Model A woody wagon headed for a show.

  4. Lee Wangstad
    Lee Wangstad says:

    Thank you Kevin, for sharing your talents, your craftsmanship, your passion with everyone here on this cold winter day. And thank you Mark, for the presentation, flawless, as always.

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