1quacker wrote:First off , it looks great. I have a 20' boat with a high/low hardsided blind powered by a 90. Here are a couple questions and things that I have experienced with mine.
1. What are you powering that thing with ?
2. Do you hunt shallow water where you can wade and set all your decoys ? We hunt a cooling lake and I cant set my decoys from walking. Everything is strictly from the boat. I left my bow mount trolling motor on, 80# Thrust and use a 30# bow anchor with chain. I have been out where its been windy enough that the anchor wont hold. The blind becomes a big sailboat.
3. How are you covering the shooting openings ? Flip lids ?
Looks good, keep it posted
okie_duck wrote:What is the intended purpose of the box extension onto the front deck?
Nice build by the way!
Started the Sheeting...
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Slack Tide wrote:One thing I like about this forum is seeing what works in other areas around the country.....I hunt the Great South Bay of Long Island, which I always thought was very much like the Ches....
While I love the jumbo CSkiff for the bay and they are very common....that thing would never, ever work here as any kind of "duck boat."
That's not a dig at all....just back to my original point that it's neat to see what other people do...
dbrooks2 wrote:I don't know how you can compare any estuary to the Chesapeake.
Slack Tide wrote:dbrooks2 wrote:I don't know how you can compare any estuary to the Chesapeake.
I think you just made my point for me.....if it's too small for here.....how could it be good for there?
dbrooks2 wrote:I think you just made my point...again.
RugerandMe wrote:dbrooks - What kind of paint did you use on the skiff? I have a 19' skiff I am prepping right now for paint. Any tips on painting the fiberglass?
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