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Randy Berry on the Big Horn circa 1983, in one of the first ever stitch and glue drift boats.
Daphna Azouz made this image as well as the logo.

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2022-08-05-0937

Plumbing

 

Foot wells in place. Plumbing (drain the foot wells) next. Then the deck. plumbing

2022-08-02-1332

Deck-donut

 

up-deckdonut.jpg This is a sub-deck donut. It gets fastened down over gobs of marine silicone caulk. The real deck clamps down on top with heavy-duty locking wire clasps, over a 2" inch thick foam gasket.

The real deck is, in other words, removable. Which makes coolers duffle bags and groovers a lot easier to deal with.

This decked white water boat is or will be a strong 17' feet long with a 66" bottom and an 8' foot beam. This shop has a 9' foot ceiling, which provides some scale to the image.

2022-07-29-1207

Paragon-body

 

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2022-07-17-1232

wiggler

 

2022-07-15-1908

Halfords-Ghost

 

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2022-07-06-1623

Leica-nymph

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2022-06-24-0947

Decking-roughed-in

 

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2022-06-20-1111

Spawnchanger

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.

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