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    Default My Spring Bow Rebuild

    Just a minor reshaping. 3 or 4 - 20 foot sheets of 5086 aluminum
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    Default The 09 project finished and fished the salmon season just fine.

    Need to modify bottom on bow just a little more. Maybe in August.
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    pretty major changes in what appears to be an old dobbie boat. What have you gained in versatility (obviosly you have gained fish packing capacity)

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    Member L. G.'s Avatar
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    What'd you run into in the first place?

    (Or who did you ram?!!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. G. View Post
    What'd you run into in the first place?

    (Or who did you ram?!!!)
    Dipnetter? lol
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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    Default Reason's for changes.

    I do the high end quality which requires only having 600lbs per bag. So how I can fill 12 bags on the new sides to 600lbs.
    The bow work was required because I did not give good enough instructions in 2005 to the welder, so the first bow was not as required and was causing sterning problems after I put the new cabin on it.
    The high bow was to double sleeping area. I use the boat for hunting and camping.

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