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Arch Autenreith posted 06-05-2002 03:24 PM ET (US)   Profile for Arch Autenreith   Send Email to Arch Autenreith  
Just curious. How did some of you come up with your UserName? Some are really creative and good.

Mine is obviously my first and last name.

reelescape1 posted 06-05-2002 03:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for reelescape1  Send Email to reelescape1     
Boat name Reel Escape.....
Alan Hiccock posted 06-05-2002 03:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for Alan Hiccock  Send Email to Alan Hiccock     
Mines very close to my real first & last name
I wonder about " TOBASCO "
I was looking @ the pictures of his new Montauk today and the thought crossed my mind, Why Tobasco?.
It is a catchy handle but, Is he a Chef maybe in a Tex-Mex resturaunt?
Grows hot peppers?
Likes tobasco sauce more then most?
Owns the Tabasco sauce company?
Or maybe he has a " hot & spicy personalty or sex drive ! LOL
Hey Mr. Tobasco how'd you think yhat one up, please?
jimithing posted 06-05-2002 04:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimithing  Send Email to jimithing     
ditty by the dave mathews band
Hobie1981 posted 06-05-2002 04:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Hobie1981  Send Email to Hobie1981     
My wife bought me my 1st Hobie Cat in 1981. Later she bought me #2, and #3. :-)


whalernut posted 06-05-2002 04:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalernut  Send Email to whalernut     
Well, I am a totally wacked out Classic"WHALERNUT" !!! Jack.
oysterman posted 06-05-2002 04:44 PM ET (US)     Profile for oysterman  Send Email to oysterman     
I'm in the oyster and clam business.
triblet posted 06-05-2002 05:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for triblet  Send Email to triblet     
Last name Tribolet. I spent meany years on a
mainframe computer system that only allowed
seven character user IDs, and I don't want to
retrain my fingers. I still use that mainframe
now and then.

I had e-mail there in 1979.


skookum point posted 06-05-2002 05:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for skookum point  Send Email to skookum point     
Oysterman, we need to talk. I have a beachful of manilla clams that need harvesting. Location: Hammersley Inlet near Skookum Point, 3 miles east of Shelton. Are you coming to the Blake Island rendevous?
mtbadfish posted 06-05-2002 06:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for mtbadfish  Send Email to mtbadfish     
Mine is a nickname going back to high school, mixing references to a substandard Minnesota Viking who had the same last name as me and a character from an equally bad 70's movie. I added the first initials from my first and middle names to the beginning because for some reason Badfish is a fairly common nickname in cyberspace.
ShrimpBurrito posted 06-05-2002 06:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for ShrimpBurrito  Send Email to ShrimpBurrito     
The Mexican place I frequented by my old place in San Diego made shrimp burritos, and it is probably the best thing you could ever stuff down your throat. (An In-N-Out burger would offer serious competition though.) When I go back there, I sometimes eat them for breakfast. At least 15-20 large, succulent shrimp (maybe 21-25's), boiled to perfection, together with a creamy white mystery sauce, fresh salsa (with freshly cut cilantro), and a little hot sauce tightly bundled in a fresh warmed tortilla. All this enjoyment for only $3.45. Much cheaper than a boat.

I guess they're somewhat of an obsession search of a quasi-permanent email address, I registered the domain.

kingfish posted 06-05-2002 06:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for kingfish  Send Email to kingfish     
It was my CB "handle". Back in the '70's or '80's or whenever that was, my friends and family all got into the CB craze for our cars and trucks, and we had CB's on our boats in the North Channel as well. (We'd occasionally get bounced signals out in the middle of the North Channel from Germany, Mexico, etc. on our CB!)

Anyway, I had to choose a handle, and I had already developed an enjoyment of the food and ambience of New Orleans, and so between the thoughts of the nickname of past New Orleans Mayor and Governor of Louisianna Huey Long, and a modest inside joke about Amos 'n Andy, I settled on "kingfish", and just held on to it when I graduated to VHF radio and ultimately, ContinuousWave.

Done Fudgin posted 06-05-2002 06:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for Done Fudgin  Send Email to Done Fudgin     
An area in Gloucester,Ma by the Annisquam River which was once a tidel marsh.Clammers at the time used flat bottom boats to get to the clam beds at the end of the river. They would "fudge" their boats using long poles,and that is the place where it became too shallow to "fudge". Hence the area was called "Done Fudgin" By the way, there is now a canal that now connects Gloucester harbor thru to Ipswich Bay to the north.
Whaler Proud posted 06-05-2002 06:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for Whaler Proud  Send Email to Whaler Proud     
My username is how I feel. Proud to own a Whaler.

Shrimpburrito: Haven't had an In-n-Out burger since I moved from California. Has to be the best burger in the country.

Draftmanswife posted 06-05-2002 06:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for Draftmanswife  Send Email to Draftmanswife     
Isn't mine self explainitory? ;)
simonmeridew posted 06-05-2002 06:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for simonmeridew  Send Email to simonmeridew     
Made-up name in college, as in cocktail party chat, "Oh, you're from Toledo?? I have a friend in Toledo named Simon Meridew, do you know him?" If the reply is,"Oh sure, I know him," you know who is trying to BS who. Harmless college prank.
controller posted 06-05-2002 07:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for controller  Send Email to controller     
i am an air traffic controller with the FAA
squernt posted 06-05-2002 08:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for squernt  Send Email to squernt     
As most of you probably suspected "squernt" is not a word, it was made up by me and a buddy in the military and it can be used as a noun, adj, verb, etc., whatever you want to use if for just stick it in a sentence somewhere. Our shop chief hated the use of profanity so we just thought up this word to use in the place of. It was very humorous at the time and it has always stuck with me as an internet name.
whaletail posted 06-05-2002 08:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for whaletail  Send Email to whaletail     
Being the owner of the LAST Menemsha built - what else but, "whaletail"
daverdla posted 06-05-2002 09:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for daverdla  Send Email to daverdla     
My name is David Harnitchek. RDLA was a company I used to work for that didn't have email. Since my last name is so easily mispelled I adopted so I could receive email from clients. I've since started my own company and @home is gone but daverdla is still here.
Montana posted 06-05-2002 09:53 PM ET (US)     Profile for Montana  Send Email to Montana     
It's where I'm from and what all my friends and coworkers call me.


Highwater posted 06-05-2002 10:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for Highwater    
I'm curious about the handle "newboater." In the Dogs on Boats thread, newboater said that their Scottish Terrier (who has lived aboard their sailboat since she was 8 months old) has close to 4,000 miles at sea under her collar. I assume that newboater has more miles at sea than the dog has. If newboater is new to boating, where does that put the rest of us?
oysterman posted 06-05-2002 10:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for oysterman  Send Email to oysterman     
Hey skookum point,
We are over in Little Skookum. Are you a commercial or private homeowner?
John O posted 06-05-2002 10:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for John O    
John O.... hummmmmmmmmm John O'Leary

hey Dunfugin I am in Gloucester as well

Guts posted 06-05-2002 11:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for Guts  Send Email to Guts     
(Guts) well what do you think?
realy it was given to me when I use to fish comercially. from a bar tender friend.
JM325iX posted 06-05-2002 11:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for JM325iX  Send Email to JM325iX     
I am a BMW fanatic, as well as a Whaler "nut" and I have a pristine '89 BMW 325iX, so initials, JM and 325iX.
Tin Man posted 06-06-2002 12:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tin Man  Send Email to Tin Man     
I ran out of oil offshore one time and called some fire department buddies to bring me a gallon. One of the guys started calling me the Tin Man as in Wizard of Oz - needs a little oil.
KeysNole posted 06-06-2002 01:08 AM ET (US)     Profile for KeysNole  Send Email to KeysNole     
Florida Keys+ Florida State Seminoles = KeysNole.
Tsuriki BW posted 06-06-2002 03:36 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tsuriki BW  Send Email to Tsuriki BW     
"Tsuri" means fishing..."ki" is a shorted version of "kijikiai" which means crazy.... so Tsuriki means "crazy about fishing"..

That's me...

Oh, BTW that is Japanese...lived there off and on for 16 years.


B Bear posted 06-06-2002 06:34 AM ET (US)     Profile for B Bear  Send Email to B Bear     
My wife gave me this name when we first got married - Bobby Bear, first name is Robert.
180 posted 06-06-2002 08:58 AM ET (US)     Profile for 180  Send Email to 180     
I almost bought a new sailboat and at the last second I changed my mind and bought my 22" revenge. I did a 180. That's her name.
RMBW posted 06-06-2002 09:14 AM ET (US)     Profile for RMBW  Send Email to RMBW     
My 25' Revenge WT was a Christmas present from the wife. Said if we ever got a divorced She could cut it in half and take her part. RMBW -- Rose's, Mike's, Boston Whaler
MilwaukeeWhaler posted 06-06-2002 09:46 AM ET (US)     Profile for MilwaukeeWhaler  Send Email to MilwaukeeWhaler     
Milwaukee is a great city on a great lake, and my Whaler is a great boat! My only fear was that some would think I am a dealer. But after my first question that theory was thrown out the window!
gunnelgrabber posted 06-06-2002 10:53 AM ET (US)     Profile for gunnelgrabber  Send Email to gunnelgrabber     
in white or big water canoeing when a person freaks out,drops his paddle and grabs the gunwales!....i always go down or over with mine firmly in far......lm
blackdog posted 06-06-2002 11:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for blackdog  Send Email to blackdog     
We have a female Cocker Spaniel named “Lucy” who we affectingly call “Blackdog” as she is Black and White like a cow. She is also my Favorite.


newboater posted 06-06-2002 11:50 AM ET (US)     Profile for newboater  Send Email to newboater     
Everyone usually treats a "newboater" with a little more kindness and forgiveness when he asks a stupid question. Maybe they are a little more encouraging too when he is having trouble. When we were about to buy our 13' I wanted to get some opinions on what to look for, and afterwards how to fix our ailing 40hp motor. I thought I might get more help using something like "newboater".

I thought about changing it to "sailboater", but I was afraid people wouldn’t take me seriously. (Not that anyone does)

My other choice would be Zbigman. It was a nickname and license plate of mine when I was a hardcore bicycle racer. It was too close the already taken "bigshot", and it didn't portray the image I was looking for.

Yes, Molly our Scotty dog has 4000nm on a sailboat under her collar. I've got a few more, but when it comes to Whalers, I'm still a "newboater".

Dave S.
San Diego
(Home of the Shrimp Burrito)
(Santana's is my favorite)

Pat Smith posted 06-06-2002 12:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for Pat Smith  Send Email to Pat Smith     
Its my name!!!
where2 posted 06-06-2002 12:20 PM ET (US)     Profile for where2  Send Email to where2     
It's my boat's unofficial name. When the license plate on the back of the car read "WHERES", it was only appropriate that the thing that went behind the car was "WHERE2".

With a name like Mark Wendt (pronounced "went"), all my college friends always said the word "Where?" after they said my name. So, after realizing that I couldn't get away from the nickname, I ran with it and slapped a custom plate on the back of my car that said "WHERES florida". ("Florida" was at the bottom in little letters with "WHERES" above it). It's also a bit of satire since I'm a Professional Surveyor & Mapper.

InHerNet posted 06-06-2002 01:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for InHerNet  Send Email to InHerNet     
InHerNet is the name of my boat. I named the boat InHerNet from the sales of Internet domain names and a business that was sold to a finance company that found one of my companies on the web. My next boat will be named "Reel-Siduals"
BJ posted 06-06-2002 01:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for BJ  Send Email to BJ     
Well it's kind of a long story....

Just Initials "Brett Johnson"

Bigshot posted 06-06-2002 01:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
BJ.....It was T-H-I-S big! :)

I wanted vanity plates on my vette when I was like 20. Was watching Caddyshack 2 and Jackie Mason pulls up in a white Corniche with "Bigshot" on his license plate. I said, "WOW, that is what a vanity plate is supposed to be.....vain!" Had the criminals make me set.

Went to work and boss saw my plates and started calling me Bigshot. I know have FILLRKILL(milwaukee will get that) on my truck but the Vette still displays them proudly(at least on the front).

Arch Autenreith posted 06-06-2002 02:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for Arch Autenreith  Send Email to Arch Autenreith     
jimh. Is it possible to change our usernames? I always feel so un-original and wish I had spent more time thinking of a better name. (I'll take no-response as a no.)
TightPenny posted 06-06-2002 03:20 PM ET (US)     Profile for TightPenny  Send Email to TightPenny     
The name says it all, it is my philosophy relative to money. Sounds better than Tightwad or cheapskate.

Got it from a bowling team mate years ago. My initials are T. P., and my dad's are T.E.

We bowled together so our names went on the telescore as initials instead of two Tom's.

One of the opposing team one night asked what TP stood for, and another guy on our team said TightPenny, and the name stuck. Oh Yeah, he labeled my dad as Tight Er.

oysterman posted 06-06-2002 03:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for oysterman  Send Email to oysterman     
Go up to the top of the page and click Profile.
mudpuppy posted 06-06-2002 05:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for mudpuppy  Send Email to mudpuppy     
The dogs (Labs and Chessies) and I are always out getting wet, cold, and muddy whenever we have a chance. For the fun of it.

Right now its over 100 Fahrenheit, dry as a mummy, and we're laying low, waiting for a wet and wild Pacific storm to blow in across the Delta. Looking for one around November maybe.

Salmon Tub posted 06-06-2002 05:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for Salmon Tub  Send Email to Salmon Tub     
Salmon because in my opinion that is my favorite fish out here in the Pacific (can't make lox out of Albacore), and Tub because that is what my dad calls my boat, he says that if you remove the console, it looks like a huge bath tub. Frankly I think that lovely trait is more befitting a Carolina Skiff.
Moby posted 06-06-2002 05:52 PM ET (US)     Profile for Moby  Send Email to Moby     
Moby - after a famous whale. (Not the bald-headed pop singer!)

David Pendleton posted 06-06-2002 06:29 PM ET (US)     Profile for David Pendleton  Send Email to David Pendleton     
My Mom gave it to me.
fd3 posted 06-06-2002 07:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for fd3  Send Email to fd3     
I’ve had an AOL account for so long that when I signed up I was able to get my initials. FD plus I’m a 3rd. It just kind of became a user name for anything Internet related.
SpeedyWhaler posted 06-06-2002 08:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for SpeedyWhaler  Send Email to SpeedyWhaler     
I have a speedy lil' whaler, therefore, SpeedyWhaler
Minke posted 06-06-2002 08:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for Minke  Send Email to Minke     
The minke is the smallest of the baleen whales.
Also the name I've given to my menemsha because it resembles one in profile.
James posted 06-06-2002 10:34 PM ET (US)     Profile for James  Send Email to James     
When I came from Cuba over 40 years ago, an old Irish nun in my boarding grammar school looked at my given name (Santiago) and said, "you are in America now kid, your name is James, get used to it."

Those nuns meant business, so I got used to it, quickly too.

Dr T posted 06-07-2002 09:24 AM ET (US)     Profile for Dr T  Send Email to Dr T     
Back in the late 70's, with a brand new Ph. D. in pure mathematics, I went to work at a defense electronics company. I ended up doing a lot of diagnoses on boxes that didn't work right. When I started to tell the engineers how to fix them--and the fixes worked--they started calling me Dr. T.

Fast forward to '96. I left the defense industry to move to the cable TV industry. I figured that I had finally gotten rid of the nickname since no one in the industry knew about my previous life. The SECOND day on the job, our VP in charge of press relations yelled down the hall at me, "Hey, Dt. T, what do you think about ......"

I gave up and accepted it as being inevitable.


Cpt Quint posted 06-07-2002 09:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for Cpt Quint  Send Email to Cpt Quint     
In honor of one of the characters in the best movie ever on film "JAWS"
Smallfrye posted 06-07-2002 11:56 AM ET (US)     Profile for Smallfrye  Send Email to Smallfrye     
My whaler's (22OR) name: Smallfrye
It keeps me mindful of how small I am when on big water. Also,usually the smallest of the fishing boats offshore, (but catches as many fish)
ratherwhalering posted 06-07-2002 01:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for ratherwhalering  Send Email to ratherwhalering     
I'd rather be Whalering.

I used to be "rathersailing", but quickly changed when the bug bit.

WhalinWilly posted 06-07-2002 01:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for WhalinWilly  Send Email to WhalinWilly     
Love Whalers...William is my first name (Family calls me Willy)...Love the "OUTLAW" alblum...hence Waylon and Willie...No Brainer "WhalinWilly".
tully_mars posted 06-07-2002 03:20 PM ET (US)     Profile for tully_mars  Send Email to tully_mars     
Tully Mars is a fictional character in Tales from Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffett. He moves from Montana with his horse to the Gulf Coast and becomes a local living on the beach and fishing. He also frequented Dauphin Island AL and Orange Beach where I live.

Tully Mars

Wastin away in Whalerville

Bigshot posted 06-07-2002 03:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
Did he originally move to Montana to become a "dental floss tycoon"?
WantaWhale posted 06-07-2002 05:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for WantaWhale  Send Email to WantaWhale     
Well when I first joined the board, my user name said it all. I think the name was only good for about 24 hours or so. Saw an ad in the paper that weekend for one located in a nearby resort area. Went with a buddy who lives boats 24/7. The whaler was nothing like advertised-The trailer was rotting in many places, the motor completly siezed and the poor whaler looked like hell even for a 1972 model. My buddy took me aside and said "don't touch it, lets go- I want to go down the road as I thought I saw something in the corner of my eye when we were turning." We left and sure enough there was a like new whaler about 5 blocks away off from the road. It had not be advertised in the paper. I loved it at first site but my buddy wanted to talk with the owner first as it seemed to be too good of a price. After talking with him , he was conviced that it was both a good and legit deal. Sure glad my buddy saw it in the corner of his eye!
FISHNFF posted 06-07-2002 08:30 PM ET (US)     Profile for FISHNFF  Send Email to FISHNFF     

Same as the license plate on my Ford F-150.

FISHN = Fishing
FF = FireFighter


Caceman posted 06-10-2002 11:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for Caceman  Send Email to Caceman     
I got this nickname while in high school. I was in an arguement with a classmate in a history class, when he said that I was just a stupid caveman (funny coming from a guy with a jutting forehead and a distinct uni-brow). Several other students heard this and thought that they would enjoy calling me "Caveman". One of my friends heard them calling me this and he started calling me "Captain Caveman". Pretty soon, my last name got added to the mix and it became "Captain Caceman". A little longer, and everybody was calling me "Caceman".

Amusingly, nobody called my younger brother Caceman until I graduated. Then, he inherited the nickname.


Chris J posted 06-11-2002 11:05 AM ET (US)     Profile for Chris J  Send Email to Chris J     
Always been Chris J. I was "given" it many years ago by a network admin, back when networks were a new idea and everyone was on a first-name basis. Now it is hard to get a straightforward ID like chrisj or cjohnson, but I still use one or the other when I can.

Of course, my parents get credit for the original...

CUOffshore posted 06-11-2002 12:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for CUOffshore  Send Email to CUOffshore     
I'll see you offshore. : )
WhalerTherapy posted 06-11-2002 02:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for WhalerTherapy  Send Email to WhalerTherapy     
8 years ago came down with a bad case of cancer...spent time restoring Whalers to keep my mind off it....found out Whler Therapy was better than Chemo-Therapy any time !
WhalerTherapy posted 06-11-2002 02:28 PM ET (US)     Profile for WhalerTherapy  Send Email to WhalerTherapy     
8 years ago came down with a bad case of cancer...spent time restoring Whalers to keep my mind off it....found out Whler Therapy was better than Chemo-Therapy any time !
no glitter posted 06-11-2002 04:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for no glitter  Send Email to no glitter     
My firm belief in not having a boat with glitter on it
smirkless posted 06-12-2002 05:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for smirkless  Send Email to smirkless     
My 1968 Sakonett has the hull prior to the "smirk" design hull. Now I have a 1968 16' Smirkless and a 1973 13' Smirk so those have become the boat's names.

No, smirkless does not apply to me!

smirkless in Orlando (Kind of like sleepless in Seattle)

Outrage19 posted 06-12-2002 07:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for Outrage19  Send Email to Outrage19     
The model of whaler I own is an Outrage and it is 19' long. Pretty creative hunh!!?? ;-) LOL.

I'm still working on a name and am leaning towards "Bluerunner" as that is the bait of choice when I visit my bud in C.R. Great baits those bluerunners and strong swimmers. Great for slow trolling and soaking for big jacks, roosters and pargo.

David Ratusnik posted 06-12-2002 11:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for David Ratusnik  Send Email to David Ratusnik     
Mom and Dad. DLR
thunderbay posted 06-13-2002 10:20 AM ET (US)     Profile for thunderbay  Send Email to thunderbay     
Mines from the band Stranger, a semi local hair band from the 80's that sing about heading back to thunderbay, not the one in canada but Tampa, Fl, the lightning capital of the world, so its sometimes called Thunderbay.
WhalerAce posted 06-13-2002 12:32 PM ET (US)     Profile for WhalerAce  Send Email to WhalerAce     
OK, I will admit the name WhalerAce is not that original, although my nickname is Ace and we have a Whaler (#3).

Our boat name is Her (Whale) Lure. Kinda stole part of it from Larry (lhg), but we have a sketch of a Whale between the "Her" and the "Lure". Joke was that I told Joyce that I would marry her if she bought me a new Whaler, so that became "her lure" to me. And she did buy the boat! (and trailer). All I had to do then was marry her.

Oh well, as Clark says, "Happy Whalin'...."


zpeed7 posted 06-13-2002 01:18 PM ET (US)     Profile for zpeed7  Send Email to zpeed7     
I like fast cars, and I love RX-7's, so there's zpeed7. I use it pretty much for everything on the net.


stagalv posted 06-13-2002 01:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for stagalv  Send Email to stagalv     
Duty at Coast Guard Station Galveston Texas
Wild Turkey posted 06-13-2002 02:43 PM ET (US)     Profile for Wild Turkey  Send Email to Wild Turkey     
Name comes from my favorite bourbon (it has to be 101 & consumed neat) and my boat's name.


Chesapeake posted 06-13-2002 03:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chesapeake  Send Email to Chesapeake     
Myboat is Chesapeake, named as such after reading Michener's book of the same name.
Bertramp posted 06-13-2002 04:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bertramp  Send Email to Bertramp     
I've owned 3 differnt bertrams at different times (25/28/31), they have all been named Bertramp .... now have a Hatteras .... "Bertramp Hatt 2" ... corny but ....
Ed Z posted 06-13-2002 05:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Z  Send Email to Ed Z     
Mine is just my first name plus last initial (boring I know)... My boat is "Sortie" as that's it function (man on a mission)...
tomol posted 06-13-2002 07:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for tomol  Send Email to tomol     
Tomol (my boat's name) was the name the local native Americans, the Chumash, gave their canoes. They were reputedly the only north American native peoples to use planked canoes, wbich they used extensively around our islands here in Southern California. They caulked them, I'm told, with tar that naturally washes up on the beaches here.

The spirit of applying an advanced design to an old concept seemed to parallel the development of a certain boat manufacturer we all know.

MilwaukeeWhaler posted 06-17-2002 11:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for MilwaukeeWhaler  Send Email to MilwaukeeWhaler     
Bigshot..FILLRKILL could be a great name for a boat. If someday I trade the Montauk in on an Outrage 21 I may use it. (with your permission) Strong choice! Need any bonds?~mw
Whalerfool posted 06-18-2002 12:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for Whalerfool  Send Email to Whalerfool     
Speaks for itself!

Joe P

Toad2001 posted 06-18-2002 02:17 AM ET (US)     Profile for Toad2001  Send Email to Toad2001     
2001 was when I stumbled onto this site after buying my first and only whaler in the fall of 2000.
"Toad" is what happens to our whaler.
Our 15' gets tugged along at 7Kn behind our Grand Banks 32 from destination to destination...
jim abrams posted 06-18-2002 03:43 AM ET (US)     Profile for jim abrams  Send Email to jim abrams     
boat name is ballbuster. no need to explain the reason for the name. try a 21' outrage is a 3 foot chop on delaware bay with a 20 knot wind in you face. just not approperate for a username.
BabySitter posted 06-18-2002 05:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for BabySitter  Send Email to BabySitter     
Took Mom and our 2 year old daughter to the coast one weekend with my regular fishing group. Girls were afraid to run the inlet so we stayed inside and played all weekend while the guys fished. My buddies gave regular fishing reports via VHF - needling the 'babysitter'
Bajachief posted 06-18-2002 06:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bajachief  Send Email to Bajachief     
I live in San Diego and frequently go to Baja California. My whaler has more hours in the Sea of Cortez than here in the states. I'am the guy who runs what we do on the trips so my friends call me Chief. (also there was already a Chris J)
Chris Johnson
whalersman posted 06-18-2002 06:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalersman  Send Email to whalersman     
Tried to sign up on eBay several years ago with the name of Whalerman because I have owned more then one Whaler. The name had already been taken so I chose, whalersman....
I am now looking for another Whaler to replace the one I have. I think I have
2ft iTis.... Maybe I will name my next boat just that.... 2ft iTis
jimb342 posted 06-18-2002 06:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimb342  Send Email to jimb342     
jim blandford the 3rd 42 years old. should be jimb345 or 46 now. too old to remember I guess.
Hoop posted 06-19-2002 12:27 AM ET (US)     Profile for Hoop  Send Email to Hoop     
Hoop - my nickname in college. Jim Hooper My boat is "Ainoa," my uncle's wife's maiden name.
11 footer posted 06-29-2002 05:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for 11 footer  Send Email to 11 footer     
My boat is an 11 foot whaler
name came from there
Swellmonster posted 07-04-2002 03:44 PM ET (US)     Profile for Swellmonster  Send Email to Swellmonster     
My name was given to me from a good boating friend..
He said that I would always want to go boating no matter how rough the seas were.
He called me the Swellmonster......
bocadrew posted 07-04-2002 10:17 PM ET (US)     Profile for bocadrew  Send Email to bocadrew     
first name Drew...I live in Boca Raton, Florida.....
flyguy posted 07-05-2002 09:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for flyguy  Send Email to flyguy     
my last name is flyer

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