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1436 Jon project kinda done

Post by FishingBuds » 10 Jan 2008, 21:55

Hey all, I posted a little early but, its to get feed back on some Ideas and your do's and Don'ts on my first Jon project. What I should stay away from and what I should really do. Maybe some help on a floor layout?

This is what I started with
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what I ended up with
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As you can see Its Cramped
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This is where I left off before I had to stop do to health
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There ya go. So if ya got the ideas or questions post'em.

I'm wanting to be all electric, and intrested in depth finder, live well or ice storage and storage. I'll start there :) [/url]
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Post by alumacraftjoe » 10 Jan 2008, 22:44

Great job on the paint. As far as other mods, storage, depth finder, etc. look at some of the other mods and pick out ideas that will work for you. This site has some great projects done or being done and there are others out there. Keep us updated on your progress and Good Luck!
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Post by Jim » 10 Jan 2008, 22:57

Cool that your getting the little guy involved! :D
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Post by FishingBuds » 11 Jan 2008, 00:01

alumacraftjoe wrote:Great job on the paint. As far as other mods, storage, depth finder, etc. look at some of the other mods and pick out ideas that will work for you. This site has some great projects done or being done and there are others out there. Keep us updated on your progress and Good Luck!
Actually the last pic is the actual stage of the boat right now :cry:

So its a complete do over

I'm looking for Ideas on floor layouts and maybe some do's and don'ts
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Post by nicdicarlo » 11 Jan 2008, 08:23

FishingBuds,
What type of fishing do you intend on doing out of it? For example, for a bass set-up, depending on the stability, I would probably deck out the front to the back of the front bench. I would also add a smaller deck in the back running from the transom to a little past the back bench. That would still give you some space to store gear off of the deck, i the middle. For a Cat set-up, I would probably leave it similar to the way it is, but maybe add some flooring to level the floor, a couple swivel seats, and some rod holders. For a combo of the two I would add the front decking and leave the rear of the boat open. I think your layout depends on what you intend on doing with it. Keep us posted.
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Post by Jim » 11 Jan 2008, 08:33

I myself am a fan of the portable livewell that I have seen the guys use in the cartopper tournaments. Its a big white cooler with the aerator. It works well and you dont need to take it with you when you dont need it.

Or If you really want to get creative and build this in:

Toho-rig
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Post by redbug » 11 Jan 2008, 11:17

One key to keeping the fish alive is fresh water the cooler the better.
on most bass boats they pump fresh water in every 3 to 5 mins. that keeps the oxygen levels up so be sure if you build one that your pump has a long hose and wires so you ca hang it over the side to full the live well with fresh water as often as you can.
this is not as important in the spring or fall when water temps are below 60

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Post by Nickk » 11 Jan 2008, 11:31

Check this out for ideas, also a 1436


https://userpages.sofnet.com/robertg/boat.htm

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Post by Jim » 11 Jan 2008, 11:43

Nickk wrote:Check this out for ideas, also a 1436


https://userpages.sofnet.com/robertg/boat.htm
nice build! We need that person over here! :D
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Post by Nickk » 11 Jan 2008, 16:12

Jim wrote:
Nickk wrote:Check this out for ideas, also a 1436


https://userpages.sofnet.com/robertg/boat.htm
nice build! We need that person over here! :D

get him over here! I got questions! :lol:

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Post by Waterwings » 11 Jan 2008, 16:44

Wow, that is nice work! :)
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Post by FishingBuds » 11 Jan 2008, 20:48

nicdicarlo wrote:FishingBuds,
What type of fishing do you intend on doing out of it? For example, for a bass set-up, depending on the stability, I would probably deck out the front to the back of the front bench. I would also add a smaller deck in the back running from the transom to a little past the back bench. That would still give you some space to store gear off of the deck, i the middle. For a Cat set-up, I would probably leave it similar to the way it is, but maybe add some flooring to level the floor, a couple swivel seats, and some rod holders. For a combo of the two I would add the front decking and leave the rear of the boat open. I think your layout depends on what you intend on doing with it. Keep us posted.
Yep it'd be Bass fishen and crappie(live well mainly for crappie).

I'm concern about stability for me and my son already have to be careful when I stand up, so add in a deck for up front, concerns me. I'm 230pds and my son is 110pds.
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Post by FishingBuds » 11 Jan 2008, 20:51

Nickk wrote:Check this out for ideas, also a 1436


https://userpages.sofnet.com/robertg/boat.htm
Thanks Nickk, and that is a nice one, I've looked at it before and thats what made me want to repaint mine-killer job on his. I do like his storage and I've priced the alluminum already :( not cheap
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Post by pbw » 12 Jan 2008, 10:32

Jim wrote:
Or If you really want to get creative and build this in:

Toho-rig

I know a couple of people who use these and love them.
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Post by pbw » 12 Jan 2008, 10:36

90 percent of the weight in decking is the plywood. If you get the GP platinum plywood in 3/8 total sheet is 22 pounds or less.
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