tx river rat wrote:I cant stand it.
Jack talks about the good wood in his yak being supreour ,but on our trip I was in a boat built from 3/16 laun bottom and 1/8 sides and deck painted bottom out of poly . Looking at the boats at the end of the run there was very little difference in the shape of the bottoms. Mine made it just fine. Well I have to admit I didnt hang up on as many rocks as Jack did.
seedtick wrote:This thread has been all overthe world with 5 pages of ideas, guesses, opinions and innuendo
But can anybody verifyably - if that's a word - beat Beekeeper's post of a 12 lb boat?
ancient kayaker wrote:Marine ply, cdn$100 to build, 22 lb all up including the fancy seat, no glass and very little epoxy (just used for one seam). One advantage of a very light boat is, you can treat it carefully, I just tuck her under me arm.
jdupre' wrote:Psssst, Ron, you could put a tiny spray tip injecting dish liquid into the water right at water level at the leading edge of the bow. You didn't hear it from me.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests