MCKENZIE RIVER DRIFT BOAT

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MCKENZIE RIVER DRIFT BOAT

15,000.00

The McKenzie River drift boat was designed by Woodie Hindman in Oregon around 1946, and quickly became a favourite of American fly-fishing guides.

These dories are as tough (certified for class 4 rapids) as they are beautiful, they’re a charm to row due to the accentuated rocker and can pivot on a 10 cent piece.

Perfect for fly-fishing, the high bow gives the angler a greater outlook for spotting fish while the oarsman has no trouble manoeuvring the boat in all kinds of water.

FEATURES

  • 100% hand crafted in Tasmania
  • Solid Tasmanian Huon Pine
  • AAA marine grade plywood
  • Marine grade stainless steel screws and fittings
  • Includes two oars, row locks and rope seating
  • Holds three anglers comfortably
  • Choose your colour and graphics
  • Bonus Black Spinner fly box, Camden T-shirt and stickers
  • Free delivery in Tasmania

DIMENSIONS

Carrying capacity: 800lbs/363kg
Gunwale length: 16’/4.87m
Centre length: 14’8”/4.26m
Beam: 73”/1.85m
Bottom width: 48”/1.21m
Bow height: 37”/0.94m
Transom height: 21.5”/0.54m
Height at oarlocks: 24”/0.6m
Weight: 225lbs/102kg

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Read all about building a Drift Boat in the Journal.

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