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No disrespect to management here! Easier to add a link then add a photo....
http://www.tribenwater.com/forums/chittum-skiffs/3131-my-ss-skiff.html



Not sure how many of you guys would like what I am going to do for myself but figured I would put it out there.

Hoping to cruise at least 25mph with a 20hp I know most don't consider 18' a micro but is it the size of the boat or what its powered with?   
 

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That's crazy, sickening, and badass all at the same time
Keeping that puppy that light will let it draft in a puddle
 

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If no deck support....why have a deck at all? The deck is an obstacle at this point. If that hull was mine, I'd give it 8" of gunnel all the way around and a flat little area on the hull floor for casting and call it a day...
 

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I see what you are getting at there oysterbreath but 8 inch would take the spray rail away. There will be support for the deck. Deck will be reinforced to hold a Spider or regular casting platform. Plus bags can be thrown under the decks and rod racks will be under side decks. I was thinking about cutting about 2 inches or so off the shear of a hull, removing the spray rails then re attaching then at about have of their depth. Might also narrow up the boat a few inches, but need to play with this boat first to see what we get.

But if you had interest in having a boat like that you let us know we would be happy to customize one for you.
 
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