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WFS 196 - Stitch and Glue Boats with Jason at Cajune Boats (Drift Boat Series Ep. 8)

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Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/196 Sponsor: Stonefly Nets: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox Jason Cajune shares the story of how he created one of the most unique drift boats in the world.  If you haven’t seen Cajune Boats you have to listen today.  We find out how Jason grew up in Glacier Natio
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Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/196 Sponsor: Stonefly Nets: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox Jason Cajune shares the story of how he created one of the most unique drift boats in the world.  If you haven’t seen Cajune Boats you have to listen today.  We find out how Jason grew up in Glacier National Park working on boats with his family. We find out what stick and glue is all about and why mixing wood with epoxy makes one of the most durable boats out there. Show Notes with Jason Cajune - The Glacier Boat Company and the Carville planked style boats are a big part of Jason's history.   The sinopah boat is 100 years old and is what Jason grew up on. - Roger was on the podcast in episode 177 and talked about the history of drift boats. - Sam Devlin was the boat builder who helped Jason move into the idea of building a drift boat via stick and glue method. - Clackacraft, lavro and hyde along with Willis were the big boats when Jason first got started.  Ray Heater was also doing his thing with Ray's River Dories back in the day. - Nathaniel Herreshoff and Francis Herreshoff had great sailboats from the east coast.  This is where Cajune gets some of their style. - I noted Wetlander and whether you need it to protect the boat.  Jason noted line x sprayed on their boats.  - Adipose boats and boulder boats were on and talked about the skiff.  The south fork skiff was around back when Jason started.  - The freestone skiff was the first about 15 years ago. You can find Jason at CajuneBoats.com Conclusion with Jason Cajune The Founder of Cajune Boats, Jason Cajune shares what goes into a stick and glue wooden drift boat.  We find out that it’s more than just the stick or glue that makes this boat unique. Jason has a history in boat business and describes the 18 foot decked over Doris that he made for the Grand Canyon.  Show Notes: http://wetflyswing.com/196 Sponsor: Stonefly Nets: http://wetflyswing.com/turtlebox
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