What you get for $30 dollars is a password

There are a lot of public free-for-all pages here at Montana Riverboats. What is for sale is a password granting access to blocks of HTML pages, diagrams, images and step-by-step instructions for building three different boats--five boats actually, because two of the boats (Beavertail and Honky Dory) are documented in two different sizes.
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The only pages that do prompt for a password have the characters 'Ebook' or 'Diagrams' in the text of the link. I used to sell real paper blueprints paried with a ring-bound manual. Others still do that, for prices ranging from $150 dollars and up, for only one boat at a time..

From Montana Riverboats you get a password for $30 dollars, granting online acccess to three different boats coming as five individual plan sets--if you count the 15' and 17' foot size options available for both the Beavertail and the Honky Dory. There is even a fourth not-yet completed plan set (the Dayak) thrown in for free. Buy a password. Look things over.

Note too: The forum is a separate password. You have to create your own forum password by navigating to the forum and clicking the "Login or Register" button. The following is an example of a link that does prompt for a $30 dollar password:

(Honky Dory) Ebook-hd-15



Ask for a refund if you have buyer's remorse. I'm easy. I don't need a reason. Just a request. Good luck. Sandy.

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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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2022-05-25-1610

Pmd-time

 

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2022-04-13-1137

Jellystone Nymph

This a top ten GOAT killer, high and low on the watershed.

 

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2021-11-13-0726

Styrofoam skills

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYYuDt8Z2cY

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2021-09-19-1606

Two days later

up-up-deck-donut.jpg 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.

2021-09-13-1025

Deck Donut

up-up-ddonut.jpg The deck donut--now bottom side up, getting a bit of fiberglass reinforcement. The rest of the deck will hinge up and down onto this perimeter, over the seat wells and over a 2" inch thick foam gasket.

2021-09-09-0518

Bill fish

That's my buddy Bill yesterday, catching a small cutthroat on a home made bamboo fly rod. Bill gets $2500 each for his rods and his orders are a year out right now. This one's 5wt. Damn nice rod. It almost casts itself, and you can reach out to 60' feet if you want. No problem. up-billfish.jpg Older
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