Monthly Archives: January, 2017

You know you want one

The GNARLEY 18 Jsfm is my concept for the over the hill crowd that still wants to pole about. In flats skiffs you have to sit elbow to elbow when running to and fro. With this design you get to have your own Captains seat. Using a jet drive adapted 300 hp engine she will …

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MUD MULLET a flats skiff concept

This design revolves around the idea of being quiet, dry when running, easy to pole, no skidding in a turn and to keep the weight out of the stern. With length you can balance to boat with three people and have very shallow draft. Most likely 4″. The stern will be quiet and easy to …

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ICKRAMOCK 18 JY 

Some of My life’s treasures consist of many wonderful shells I’ve collected off of beaches after their builders demise. I think shells are one of natures best kept secrets. Here you can find for free, for just the effort of just looking and bending over and picking up off the shoreline. I love the simple …

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A recent 19′ flats skiff design commission

John Royall from Texas hired me to design a flats skiff to fit his specific needs. John wanted to fish with up to 3 big guys including him, use his 150hp outboard, to have a small console with a removable ice chest in front and to look like a classic skiff. Well as classic as …

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A Bonefish carving commission 

I just finished this carving of a nice big Bonefish. I have swum alongside many a big school of Bonefish in deep water. They look very long and thin when not hoisted out of the water for a picture. Here’s my version of one.     The above reference drawings I did on the back of …

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