Make your day on the river a lot easier.
There are not a lot of accessories to put on your drift boat. Besides oars, cooler, life jackets and possibly a fly patch or two there isn’t too much more you really need. One accessory that I would highly recommend is a pulley for the anchor system. This back-saving addition will make anyone’s life a lot more comfortable. This simple […]
Fortunately owning a drift boat requires little maintenance. But there are some things you cannot ignore. Depending on how much you use your boat will determine how often you must do a check up. Guides who drive hundreds of miles a week need to pay more attention than the family who heads to the river every once in a […]
Choosing Boat Colors.
When buying a new boat one important decision you have to make is what colors you want your boat painted. Your choices are either a two tone exterior or one solid color for the outside. Most of this is left up to personal preference, but there are a few things you might want to consider when making a choice.
Dark colored […]
We receive many calls on the topic of adding a motor to our drift boats. Most of our drift boat models are rated for up to 10 horsepower. If you want to put your boat under power there are a few things you want to consider.
The best option is?
Because most people just want to putt around small lakes or cruise […]
Over the years the Ro drift boat has evolved and continues to improve . Recessed rod holders, low profile designs and built in waste containers to name a few. Another great addition for your drift boat are Boat Buckles. Boat Buckles are a a retractable gunwale tie down system. They hold your boat down snugly to the trailer and help […]
We have been working on a new website for the last few months and are excited to be launching it today . Thanks to all of you that have contributed photos and content.
We are super happy with the results. Kelly from Wit-Creative was a joy to work with in getting this new site built and launched. If you are looking […]
Clocking in… with Robert Eddins, owner of RO Drift Boats
You might think that shortly after Robert Eddins unlocks the office door to clock in at RO Drift Boats, drinks coffee and checks his email he clocks back out and goes fishing.
But that’s pretty far from the truth. Really, none of those working at the Four Corners manufacturing facility leave early to answer the river’s call either.
“I used to really […]