I posted this in the canoe section also, but it's the same technology so I thought I'd post here also and get input from the Kayak builders amongst you.
I've got my wooden framework complete, and I'm getting ready to glass...then I got thinking. I want this thing light. It's a lake and gentle stream rig, not something to bounce off rocks.
FLAT water photography platform only. So, I'm hesitant to use the heavy woven glass fabric, if there's something else out there that's lighter that could be a good lightweight yet strong base for the resin.
I wondered if perhaps something that would even heat-shrink, similar to the fabric used on SuperCubs.
Anyone have any suggestions?