Bob, Glen and Grant Wooldridge (3 generations) along with Don Dunning from Wooldridge boats and Hawg Quests own Taj and Glenn Hall recently heading back to where it all began for Wooldridge boats nearly 100 year ago!
First off Wooldridge would like to extend a very special thanks and “job well done” goes out to Noah of Noah’s River Adventures and his team of guides Bob, James and Jerry for the incredible journey they provided on the Rogue River jaunt..
This is a class act group of boatmen who are pro’s on the sticks AND, the best of company. Accommodations were first class every step of the way, from on the water performance to dining and lodging.
The conversation and information sharing all along the way dramatically emphasized the enjoyment of the trip. We’ve got to include Noah’ son Hugh in that big thank you, too. He set it up, was there at the beginning and the end and he made sure arrangements along the way were superb.
Again, thanks to this crew, we recommend them for any Rogue River adventure. To find out more info, contact them direct at
800 858 2811 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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The crew spent 3 days floating and catching fish down the mighty Rogue River, first conquered by Glen Wooldridge Sr. in 1915. This pictures shows Blossom Bar
The float began in Grants Pass, and flow downstream from there.
Everyone looked forward to hearing stories from Bob Wooldridge as he recalled his younger days and the memories of his father Glen Sr. running, boat building, guiding and entertaining on the Rogue.
Oh yeah, don't miss the Hawg Quest show.
Keep checking back to see some video of this historic journey coming soon!
To read more about Glen Wooldridge Sr. and how it all began, be sure to check out the book,"The Rogue, a River to Run."
To buy your own copy, just contact us
The next Wooldridge excursion will be the upcoming opener for deer season.
Last year, Glen came away with the trophy, big question around the shop is; ......will this be Grant's year like 2007 was, or can Glen put up two back to back?
Added on 10/03/2009
by Wooldridge Boats
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