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    Quote Originally Posted by silverside View Post
    If I remember correctly... people stopped fishing from wooden boats when beavers invaded the U.S. from Canada. I could be wrong though Wooden boats

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    Actually you are wrong. Lots of the large very expensive sport fishing boats used offshore are still built using wood in conjunction with epoxy in layers, due to its strength and weight as compared to a solid fiberglass hull.
    Especially in the coastal area of NC where many of the best and well known custom builders are located.
    Certainly though for the smaller boats most of us use, wood has pretty much become a thing of the past.


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    Jon-boat wooden boat plans




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    To me there is nothing prettier then a nicely finished mahogany wood boat, they are a lot of work to upkeep I have owned a few in the past

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    I grew up in a costal area the have several makers of mahogany plywood boats. They had some Beautiful lines.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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