Pacific NW Sportsman’s Show Ends

As the show came to a close Sunday night we said goodbye to old friends and new alike. IBC would like to thank everyone who came by our booth to see the Sportsman’s Classic Package . Fisherman and outdoors enthusiasts lucky enough to have got one at the discounted show rate will be challenging everyone else this year with a boat and a motor package that goes into a compact car or small bush plane. Making the world more accessible to a wider group of people is what we do daily at IBC.

Lots of celebrities were on hand at our booth giving tips on bass fishing, tuna techniques, and back country affairs to make even the most seasoned pro pay close attention. The word is getting out, inflatable boats do more with less hassle and a lower cost of ownership than traditional boat systems.

IBC Pro Mike takes a second to have a brat and tell bass fishing stories with friend Rowland Martin at the IBC Both.
IBC Pro Mike takes a second to have a brat and tell bass fishing stories with friend Rowland Martin at the IBC Both.

Here’s fishing legend Rowland Martin with IBC Pro Mike eating brats and telling fish tales at the booth. If you missed Roland’s demo or talk catch up with him here on his website.

If you missed the show but still want to score a good deal on an inflatable boat for your next adventure by giving us a call (503)235-2628 or stopping by the IBC website.

Update: one of my manufacturers shot me this pic of Rowland Martin in one of their “3 Legends” kayaks that were offered a couple of years ago to the fishing marketplace. He also stated that Mike’s circle of friends was improving… hahaha! Enjoy!

Legendary fisherman Rowland Martin takes out a Maxxon kayak for a little quiet time on the water.
Legendary fisherman Rowland Martin takes out a Maxxon kayak for a little quiet time on the water.