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  • April 13th, 2016, 08:28 AM #3
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    I think there was a good design in OOD a few years ago in an article by Steve Galea IIRC.
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    I would get a bigger boat, something larger and more stable to shoot from. Think about the gear you will be bringing along with perhaps a buddy. Consider that you will be navigating in the dark and need lights, battery etc...
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    Bigger is wise advice. Mine is 38" across the transom and 42" at beam, and only one center keel. I only plan to use it close to shores and in shallow water with weed beds. Because it is so narrow, I will be using emt thru pipe clamps (screwed to side that will provide stabilty and shooting support) to anchor in shallow water. It will be used in waters applicable, small lakes and short trip to new found locations around Ottawa. Google maps is my friend. Here is my start of my duck boat project, the camo is for tucking into weeds/cattails. The inside of boat has the same pattern, but a bit darker overall.Camo boat.jpg
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    blind for small boat.

    For a small boat like that, best thing you can do is bend a half hoop out of conduit the width of the front, a second one, width of the rear. Make sure the rear half hoop sits behind your outboard and the outboard will turn freely and still raise to the shallow drive height. Fit the half hoops to the sides of the boat with bolts and nylock nuts so they pivot freely. Then sew up a piece of camo that will slide over the hoop, and is long enough to cover your bow and also your motor. You can then either fix the camo to the front and rear of the boat with bungie, or SS bolts and washers. Should be just tight enough that when the hoops are pulled up, they just angle in to the centre of the boat. Then grab some long lengths of black bungie from TSC or Princess auto and fix it to the top of 2 lengths of camo long enough to cover both sides of your boat. You will want to affix the bottom of the camo to the sides of your boat with SS bolts and washers. You don''ll drill an eye hook bolt through the hoops on either end, both sides and bolt it in place facing to the rear and front of the boat respectivly. Tie a knot at each end of the bungie, and hook to the eye hooks at either end. Tie it short enough that you have to stretch the bungie a bit at each end and you''ll be pulling my boat out of storage soon and will start with wiring my lights.
    One thing i haven''m going to attach the conduit to the boat and am open to ideas.

    Together I''t get on plane. So a concrete anchor will be added to front well. Picked the PVC pipe on the weekend, but the project is on hold for now
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    My duck hunting boat is not a V-Hull type, but I built this set-up so that I can take it off in the summer and use it for fishing. This should work for what you want

    I laid two 2X4''s on each end. I made four gusset''s one each between the aluminum seat/supports. They over hang over the main rails and screwed them down on top. These are for the seats that you sit on while hunting.

    At the time, I used 2X2''s to 3/4" plywood sandwiched at the centre of the bottom supports at each end. I drilled through the plywood and 2x2 and put a 3/8" bolt and nut so that I can swing the top rail up and down as needed. So there are two connected on each side. The height of rail depends on where you end up on the seats you install. I used 2X2''s that over hanging and were screwed down. Pick a side you want to face. Try to stay as close as possible to the centre and feel comfortable at the same time. The only picture I have is the one with my son holding the Mallard.

    In regards to material, the paper type camo netting you see in the picture is CRAP! After the first season, it fell a part. I now use the burlap type netting and take it off when the season is over. The chairs weren''s a bit bigger then i need but should work well for me

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