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Note: If you intend to use an image you find here for commercial use, please be aware that some photos do require a model or property release. I am exploring the possibility of commercial fishing wherein the model would attempt to downsize all aspects of the operatiopnin a similar fashion to modern small-scale farming.
I built mine for $600 in materials, 3 weeks labor, and powered it with a used motor that I'm into for $500. Spokaloo- As I was writing this design brief I thought of the Lumberyard Skiff and your experiences with her. It gets rowed as a shoreline work boat, and also I use the oars for a trolling motor when I'm trolling for trout or moving the shoreline casting the docks for bass. Trick I've found is to set your oarlocks relatively far forward so that you weight the bow and keep the forefoot wet, while picking up as much weight at the transom as possible. A big advantage is being able to work and stand right on the outside of the deck reaching straight down over the vertical sides.
Spokaloo- I know you run your 16' LYS with a 30 HP, would 25 HP be underpowered for this application?


I actually blew up the lower unit on that 30 this winter (it wasn't in deep enough water and night temps were 14F), so I'm now running a 25. The fisherman might be going after clams, oysters, shrimp as well as flounder and redfish. The standard small boat for a one small boat commercial fishing operation in your area is the heavily built 20 - 22 foot fiberglass Carolina Skiff with a largish (90 - 115 minimum) Yamaha outboard.
Remember the requirement to keep a catch fresh adds a lot of weight to a boat - either live wells or lots of ice. To get WoodenBoat delivered to your door or computer, mobile device of choice, etc, click WB Subscriptions. A garvey or a sharpie skiff are the primary conveyance of baymen ( aka, small-scale commercial fisherman).Plenty of stock designs out there. But for the kind of work you describe a boat with vertical topsides ( no flare) allows you to stand up right at the side of the boat. It's been a tank, and gets used for all sorts of work, like this morning we ran 2 hours worth of water samples over 10 miles of lake.


In fact, a couple weeks ago, I was rowing with 700lbs of human load and she pulls reasonably well.
Never even seen one in the flesh,but from your requirements,i would say she would fit the bill,and the budget perfectly.
She's stiff enough as-is, though I think I'm going to add another thickness of rubrail eventually. Not because it needs to be stronger per se, but because I am really hard on it and I used Spruce so it is taking a beating. Never shipped much water, but where we crab it might be best to have the protection of a splashwell. Keep in mind that's not well mounting the outboard, just a little addition to the front of the transom so if any water slops in, it drains back out.



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