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    Saw this on the lake yesterday when Mainer and I were running the JB and testing motors on a couple other canoes. This one stole the show at the boat ramp.
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  • #2
    Dag nabit that is beautiful!!! Did he build it himself??
    Somewhere along the way I have lost the ability to act politically correct. If you should find it, please feel free to keep it.


    • #3
      Beautiful boat. Looks professionally made to my amateur eye. What's mainer's read on it? And, what are the approximate dimensions, i.e. length?


      • #4
        Also, how about a report on the testing of the JB, and other motor/canoe combos that you and mainer_in_alaska did. That's the info many of us are looking for. I imagine the 12 hp Copperhead was in the mix. Thanks.


        • #5
          The owner is a Master Craftsman. The boat is 20'L x 50"W x 21" deep. Eastern white cedar, African mahogany, ash, and oak. The canoe is absolutely flawless.


          • #6
            That is a fine looking kan-oo, and a thing of wonder, but I would be very reluctant to put it to much use for fear of a scratch. I like a craft I don't have to worry about throwing a hind quarter or even chunks of fire wood into. She's like a great looking woman who won't let her hair get mussed up.


            • #7
              Same... I wouldn't want to put that anywhere near a rock. or even where a rock like substance may exist.


              • #8
                "If your not the lead dog.... the view never changes":cool:


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