Hal Jaeke
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  • Fraser, CO
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Low water Deso/Gray Canyons in a Dory
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I've done Deso in my raft over 20 times, but I'm wondering what the lowest water level anyone has done it in a wooden Dory? I have a 16' Briggs "Rogue River Special" that I'd love to take on our July…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hal Jaeke Jul 8, 2012.

Spare Oar Transport
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Fellow Dory Men and Women,                 I've scanned most all the Dory photos on this site, and have yet to see a good way to carry a spare wooden oar with you down the River. I know from rafting,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hal Jaeke Feb 8, 2011.

Bronze Ring-shank nails
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You sure start to realize how land-locked you are here in Colorado when you start to look for boat building supplies! I need about 50 each of 1 3/4" (about 6d) and 1 1/4" bronze ring-shank nails to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by justin nicola Jan 10, 2011.

Good oar sockets
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Hi All,I'm re-furbishing a  Briggs' Classic Rogue River Special, and I'm in need of some nice heavy-duty oar lock sockets. Anybody know of a good source? I also picked up a pair of 9'4" Sawyer oars,…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Foster Jan 9, 2011.

 

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Hometown:
Denver,Co.
About Me:
River Rat and wood boat builder.
Website:
http://honeydewboatworks.com
Boats I own:
Briggs Rogue River Special, Several wooden kayaks, Maravia "Mistral" SB raft, 1921 Old Town "OTCA" canoe.

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At 12:18pm on December 27, 2010, Andy Hutchinson said…

Congrats, Hal. Wow, shes' gorgeous, and you've got those unmistakable lines. I love the Signature, Bob Pritchet, Rogue River splash boards, and the sheer angle drop at the stern for the motor tiller handle. So cool!

I think Jerry, mainly used hardwood for the outer chine. My Briggs had mahogany on the chines, attached w/ a ton of ring shank nails. I used mahogany to replace, but decided to epoxy it on to eliminate all the nails.

Jerry's gunwhales were typically Port Orford Cedar or Doug Fir. Many of the re-builds have been done in Ash, which would work just fine for the outer chine as well. One Port Orford source is East Fork Lumber, near Coquille , OR. A couple of boater friends, locally have stocked-up on some, so if you wish to go this route, contact me.

Sanding wise, I'm not familiar w/ sand blasters. You could try it, by working a small, section of the boat. It may work, just fine. I'd have a tendency to just, sand the existing paint w/ an 80 grit, orbital, and call that a primer coat. If you wish to sheath the sides w/ epoxy and fiberglass, sanding and a proper cleaning would allow an adequate lamination, w/ out "fully removing" all the old paint.

Best of luck and keep me in the loop on your progress.

 

 

 
 
 

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