Wee Robbie 10' 6" long 27" wide, Open or Decked versions 18 - 25 pounds.
Built from Plans
"Rob, you may recall that after I made the "kayak" Wee Robbie I ran into some second hand 1/4' strips. I deliberated doing a different boat, but went with the same hull (what can I say, I love it). The strips were a pain of course but the boat is sweet. At any rate, I praise you to the skies for this wonderful design."
"Rob, well, I finially finished the canoe. As you can probably tell from the pictures I made some mistakes but I am pleased with the results for a first canoe. I learned a lot while building and plan on putting my new found knowledge in building another. I apprecieate your patience in answering my many questions. Hopefully I can get her on the water soon to try her out..
Thanks again and I will get with you about building another before too long..
My prime reason for building Wee Robbie ------ Finding a craft for solo fly-fishing on northern Maine waters where my camp is located. Years of fighting moderate wind & rough water solo in canoes was wearing me out . After testing on comparable CT waters Robbie fits the bill --fitted W/ a rod holder foward of paddle reach it excels @ trolling also.
Thanks for the plans---here 's the results---took two part time winter seasons to complete ----everybody said to hang it on the wall---too beautiful to use----I had no construction problems---
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