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    Charterboat Operator kodiakcombo's Avatar
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    My new boat the "Fishy Fishy" is almost done being Alaskanized. Full swim step cut down to size to accomodate trolling motor mount from Panther for my F15 yama with 5 inch extension from bay manufaturing. Steering linked to DPH drive with EZ steer, stainless railings modified to accomodate downriggers, Stabilizer poles mounted, Digi troll hooked up to F15. Almost done!
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    Wow, she's rounding into shape nicely! Looks like a fish slaying machine.

    Are the edges of the swim platform where the kicker motor cut-out was made sealed? (hard to make out from the picture)

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    THe broker that sold the boat says dont worry about it, it will not absorb water, I'm waiting for a noce day then I'll caulk it, then when I'm not busy I'll glass over the cut edges.

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    Wow, she's rounding into shape nicely! Looks like a fish slaying machine.

    Are the edges of the swim platform where the kicker motor cut-out was made sealed? (hard to make out from the picture)

    - Jay
    Providing trips for multilpe species for over 20 yrs
    www.kodiakcombos.com

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    I had a 30' seasport with a swim step and hit it on the dock. The glass guy at SS said I need to glass that as soon as possible to prevent the rotting of the core (the wood). I had another person in Seward tell me the same thing too, good luck and what a nice looking boat.
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