Honky Dory -- Grand Canyon
Larry Hedrick's stitch-and-glue wood/fiberglass Honky Dory -- Carnage
Kirk Dittenber's Aluminum Honky Dory
Think of aluminum as a special hotrod version of plywood--and weld it at the edges instead of guiing it.
Ten year old all-fiberglass Dayak at Joe-hutch--May 2018
Desolation Canyon May 2018
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7" inches long, built on a length of spawn sack and a snelled hook. Tungsten beads on the leader can add weight.
This is essentially a Game Changer tied around spawn sack netting and a snelled hook--instead of stainless steel wire. Carefully, sparsely-placed micro dabs of fabric cement in a few strategic places make it all work--or stay together.
This a top ten GOAT killer, high and low on the watershed.
Will I live long enough to build everything? I doubt it. But still. I might be able to work the wider, trolling-motorized SUP board in.
This is a guy making a surf board but the skills and the tools would be much the same.
Two days later
I'll probably have to carve into at least one of those bulkheads when making room for passenger's feet. I'll keep those foot wells a good 12" inches off the floor, so they'll be easier to drain. Older