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|The boat can be dragged.
This drag boat can be dragged across a parking lot and down a
beach for launching.
I started this boat on October 31st so I call it pumpkin like
This was a scrappy build. I had so much scrap wood that it needed
to be used for a boat.
|Open for fishing.
This is my ten foot canoe/kayak. I did not put a deck on it
because I wanted the open area for fishing. I use a double paddle
and it goes fine.
|Easy made paddles.
It is 134" tip to tip At the water line 120" and at
the widest 31". The boat weighs in about 40lbs. It hangs
over my tailgate by 36".
|Overhangs a bit.
I can be in nearby rose bay in 12 minutes.
I have a pull handle on the back end and a extra wooden block
on the front bottom so I can drag it with everything in it.
|Pleasant place to paddle.
The sides and bottom are luan plywood. I made a solid mid brace
and transom out of 1/2 inch plywood. I added some additional bracing
out of scraps. A piece of PVC is my rod holder. I use a folding
boat seat on top of a 1/2 inch plywood base.
The cameo paint job is meant to be the bull emblem from the
university of south florida. My apologies to them.
I used some duckworks plans for my double paddle and this boat
moves right along plus the price was right.