Kingfisher/ Recurve Plans PDF

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Kingfisher/ Recurve Plans PDF

175.00

The Kingfisher is my biggest boat. The side panels are 17' making it right at 16' in a straight line. The specific design is built around the idea that flyrod storage is best when they are in a straight line. So with the length of the boat I have made shelves on either side which house the rods without tubes and without bending them. They can be accessed from either the front or the back or the middle. Additionally, the side dry storage is made so that it is long rather than wide and you can accommodate rod tubes and chairs and nets inside. Some other features are the ability to walk down the boat back and forth with a minimum of things to step over. Even though this boat is the largest at 350 lbs. it draws very little water being wider 1t 57" and will float in just inches.

I have just added the curved Recurve side panels to this set of plans. Email for details if you have questions.

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