You mean copying others ideas and making a book from them while tossing in some really bad ideas of your own... Yes he has made more money if money is something you worship and want a lot of. I will even bet he has made a lot off of endorsements for things he has never used but tells everyone they are his favorite.Jimmy W said:I bet that fool has made more money from his writing than you have.
Dran Jack , don't give all my secrets away. :wink:Kayak Jack said:It's pretty common knowledge that you trim a boat nose heavy when paddling into a stiff headwind. Not for speed, but for progress. A nose high boat is more likely to get turned by the wind. A nose low boat tends to weather vane and remain more controllable. Chuck already knows that.
First, I'm not bustin yer chops, just offering constructive criticism, okay?tx river rat said:Wd
You need to go back and look at the pics, the weights were set the same distance from the centerline both directions.
The sides have no bearing on initial stability or very little, the half inch sides would represent about a 4 inch water line so that was enough.
I dont understand your statement about weights . With the weight in the same place from the center lines , adding or subtracting weight doesnt effect the out come.
I have boats that are asymmetrical and symmetrical and I guarantee the asymmetrical has more initial stability.