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Modify Mounting Bracket

Fishing rod in one hand and the Fish'n Rail in the other, Guy Benoit is ready to Fish! EPCO designed and constructed a new mounting bracket for his console P-Rail.

2013 Bassmaster Classic

Operation Troop Salute boat at the 2013 Bassmaster Classic

It wasn’t easy getting to the Classic. Jeff and Dwight hooked up the Operation Troop Salute boat Thursday morning and left Indianapolis headed for Grand Lake and into a blizzard. We hit the storm (or maybe it hit us) in southern Missouri. Pulling a 3,000 pound boat in a whiteout makes for some white knuckle driving. But we had some important people counting on us getting there.

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The Fish'n Rail in use

This series of photos demonstrates how the Fish'n Rail makes boating easier and safer.

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Benny Leonard's 2005 Triton Boat with the Fish'n Rail system

Benny, a physically impaired boater easily moves around his boat

 

Keith Alan, The Ultimate Fishing Experience, and Jeff Thompson Fish'n Rail designer.

The Operation Troop Salute boat, Keith Alan and Jeff Thompson

Keith Alan and Jeff Thompson

Marshall Weaver of Cumming, GA

Seen with this Fish'n Rail front-rail on his 2005 Ranger 520VX. The bass, by the way, weighed 6 1/2 pounds.

Fish'n Rail on display at the Go Fish Georgia Center.

The Fish'n Rail was installed on a cut-away Ranger fishing boat on display at the Center in Perry, Georgia. The Fish'n Rail is a security and support railing system for boats. It gives disabled and physically impaired anglers a chance to enjoy fishing again.

A handicap rail that can easily be installed