CWarmouth
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Sticky Oil
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I have 5 coats of 50/50 turp and boiled linseed oil applied to the interior of my Keith Steele boat restoration. There are places on the floor and sides of the boat where I applied thickened epoxy as…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by CWarmouth Sep 10.

Determining Inner Gunwale Length
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Hey Guys,How do I determine the inner gunnel length so I get a nice tight fit at the transom and stem? Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Newman Aug 13.

Great Deals on Boat Lumber in Boise

I was browsing Craigslist and I saw some good deals on Douglas fir and Port Orford Cedar lumber in Boise. Notice that the price from the Millwood Direct guy is per linear foot, not BF.…Continue

Started Mar 19, 2017

Foot Release Anchor Systems
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Does anyone sell Bo's type systems with the aluminum bracket that attaches to the frames of McK boats?I see that Dierks has ones that bolt on through the bottom like this:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bennett Yarbrough Mar 19, 2017.

 

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CWarmouth replied to Jacob Nelson's discussion 16ft project boat for sale. Started the finishing process, unable to finish it.
"Will do. Hope "business" was booming."
Sep 25
CWarmouth replied to CWarmouth's discussion Sticky Oil
"Great question, Mitchell! The epoxy is hard as a rock and has been sanded. Has been fully cured for over a year. It's just the oil and it is more "tacky" than sticky."
Sep 10
Mitchell Culbertson replied to CWarmouth's discussion Sticky Oil
"Hi CW Is your sticky mess the oil concoction your placed on top of the epoxy or is the epoxy uncured underneath? Either way, I'd remove all the oil on those spots with a putty knife and rags. Then clean and sand the epoxy to roughen up so the…"
Sep 10
CWarmouth replied to CWarmouth's discussion Sticky Oil
"Hi Bennett. Thanks for the reply. The epoxied areas are indeed going to be exposed to sun. I'm thinking about hitting those spots with some flat spar varnish. I don't know if that will cure on the sticky epoxy or just make things…"
Sep 10
Bennett Yarbrough replied to CWarmouth's discussion Sticky Oil
"Hey Carl the oil obviously wont soak into the epoxied areas.  Thus leaving you with a nasty sticky oil residue.  Depending on their size and location you may be fine with leaving them bare.  I would worry about UV breakdown though if…"
Sep 10
CWarmouth replied to Jacob Nelson's discussion 16ft project boat for sale. Started the finishing process, unable to finish it.
"I was asking if you could post or send me pics of the interior of the boat and pics of the trailer. Also a better description of the trailer. I live in Boise and am potentially interested in it."
Sep 9
CWarmouth replied to Jacob Nelson's discussion 16ft project boat for sale. Started the finishing process, unable to finish it.
"Hi Jacob - did you see my friend request and chat message? I'd like to talk to you about your boat if you still have it."
Sep 5
Rick Newman replied to CWarmouth's discussion Drift Boat Project #3
"CW, thanks for sharing! I can relate to your back pain. Twenty plus years ago I stopped where requested by a traffic control person. The next thing I knew a car that had been following me an unknown distance behind apparently didn't see me or…"
Sep 2
CWarmouth replied to CWarmouth's discussion Drift Boat Project #3
"Hello Friends. Just thought I'd post an update in case anyone is still interested in this project. It has been a long time since I have made any progress on her. On August 9, 2017 I herniated a disc in my back. The next six week were a living…"
Sep 2
Rick Newman replied to CWarmouth's discussion Determining Inner Gunwale Length
"I second that opinion! Rick N"
Aug 13
CWarmouth replied to Richard Sutherland's discussion 14' Don Hill Drift Boat Restoration
"Absolutely wonderful, Richard. Who would know that is the same boat? I'm sorry that you and I have not gotten together. We live so close to each other. I can think of a lot places in Idaho where that boat would be perfect. How fun would it be…"
Aug 10
CWarmouth replied to CWarmouth's discussion Determining Inner Gunwale Length
"Genius"
Aug 9
Phillip Westendorf replied to CWarmouth's discussion Determining Inner Gunwale Length
"CW, Take a pair of small battons, approx.  3/8 x 3/4 inch (long enough to overlap when in position) and with spring clamps attach one in position at the transom end and the other at the stem end.  Mark on the battons a line somewhere where…"
Aug 9
CWarmouth replied to Brian King's discussion My 1972 Don Hill kit is done!
"Wow. That's awesome,man. "
Aug 8

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Living the dream in SW Idaho. From East Tennessee and have lived in Alabama, Savannah Ga, Wisconsin and a couple other places. Been building boats since I was 12.
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At 10:12pm on April 25, 2015, Jack Rose said…
Boise is a great town. We spent a few days out there, last Fall, before running the Middle Fork.

That property that Gary Taylor leased at Big Lost Creek is the Probst property that Ed and I own. My dad and I built those tent platforms and the cook shelter that you guys used to use.

I never see any of those guys, anymore, and I'm not sure any of them are still working the river. Last I heard of CJ, he was working for TWRA.

If you ever get around to running the Middle Fork, I can heartily recommend September. The weather was beautiful, and we had the river to ourselves. And it would be an ideal level for a drift boat.

We befriended a group of cat-rafters from Boise who go that time every year. They're a group of a dozen or so, and they all apply for a permit, and so far, each year for about 15, one of them has drawn one. Then, usually 6-8 of them end up going.

Being a principal, their timing may not be good for you, but if you're interested, I could give you their contact info.

Jack
At 5:41pm on April 24, 2015, Jack Rose said…

Ah, that's it.  I guided on the Hiwassee, too.  Sort of.  Back around 1992, there were only four guides allowed on the river (Tony Wilson, Ronnie Hall, Gary Taylor and me). 

I was partners in a business with Ed McAlister, the guy who owns River Sports Outfitters in Knoxville.

We purchased the Probst property at the confluence of Big Lost Creek and the Hiwassee, and worked with various groups, offering rock climbing, mountain biking, whitewater boating, etc.  And we also offered guided fly fishing, but more as a place-holder thinking we'd grow it in the future.  But we got distracted and, now, simply enjoy the property.

I built and used a Tatman drift boat in the business, which is why I''ve been on this board, because I had to replace the bottom a couple of years ago.

And then, I'm friends with Don Denney and some of those Athens TU guys, and have posted on Don's Hiwassee news group.

And then, I knew Tic and CJ and Dane Law and the Hiwassee Outfitter's guys, etc. back in the day.

Plus, I volunteered through TU and Charlie Chimelewski's (sp?) brook trout restoration efforts.

So it could have been through any of those guys that we met or knew of each other.So what are you doing in SW Idaho?  And what a great place to be. 

I canoed the Middle Fork, last Fall, with Ed McAlister and three other Knoxville area boaters.  I have a post, somewhere, on this board asking questions before the trip and giving a follow up trip report.

Have fun out there.

Jack Rose

At 10:34pm on April 23, 2015, Jack Rose said…
Hey, I noticed that you're from East Tennessee. What part?

I grew up in Chattanooga, but enrolled at UT, 40 years ago (it pains me to realize that), and have never left the Knoxville area.

Welcome to the group,

Jack
 
 
 

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