Sharkbait PG20

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Re: Sharkbait PG20

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Forgot...I cut out the section on the transom where the motor goes too.



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Did you manage to do all of that wet on wet? i tried, but ran out of time and had to sand.

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No way. I got the filets and seams done wet on wet. Then did one side of the cloth. Ran out and am on a trip. I got one side done. Will order some cloth and do the other side a week from now. Gonna be I. The Bahamas for July and August so try to finish in September.

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Heading to the Bahamas for a couple months to spear fish and surf. Will crank up the factory when I get back.

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Made it back after 12 weeks. Gonna get going and finish up this boat. Here's what I built while I was gone.
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Looking forward to see your build start back.

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Nice place in the Bahamas!!! Jeff

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You have a plane? My wife and I thought about building on Great Exuma, but wasn't feasible using commercial flights.

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Jeff wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 11:00 am Nice place in the Bahamas!!! Jeff
Thanks man. It was great meeting you a few months back. Gonna go get that fiberglass to work now. LOL

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FluidDynamic wrote: Wed Oct 07, 2020 11:07 am You have a plane? My wife and I thought about building on Great Exuma, but wasn't feasible using commercial flights.
There used to be a few flights that went to Georgetown on silver airways. They fly to most of the travel destinations out of Fort Lauderdale. I fly for free most of the time as I work for an airline. Family does too. No need for an airplane.

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