Greenhulk.net Launches PWC-Fishing Focused GreenHook.net Forum & Store


Greenhulk.net is the world’s biggest community of personal watercraft enthusiasts that is also accompanied by its PWCPerformance.com store selling proven, high-quality performance parts from some of the most revered companies worldwide for turning your boring ol’ bone-stock watercraft into a octane-burning, water-boiling lake rocket. Moreover, Greenhulk founder, Jerry Gaddis is one of the most respected persons in the PWC industry. So when Gaddis makes a major addition to his forum and store, it’s well worth paying attention.

Last month, Gaddis announced the launch of www.GreenHook.net, a portion of the existing Greenhulk.net forum as well as a section of his PWCPerformance.com store dedicated to personal watercraft fishing. Albeit slow to pick up momentum in the United States, PWC fishing has quickly become the fastest growing segment of specialized interest in the watercraft market worldwide. Australia, New Zealand and South Africa have played host to the sport’s rapid growth and many are waiting for the North America to catch on quickly.

Major additions to the fishing side of PWCPerformance.com is the inclusion of entire Kool PWC Stuff catalog of watercraft racks. These American-made, powder coated racks come with adjustable, rubberized feet; optional rod holders; and even mounts for narrow-gauge Rotopax jerry cans; as well as being able to carry huge 54 quart coolers. And new for 2019 are Kool PWC Stuff’s specific storage racks made for Se-Doos equipped with its Linq accessory mounts. You can see them all here, and join the forum conversations here.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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