16’ Driftboat WB HS dead rise question

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Tugboathunter
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16’ Driftboat WB HS dead rise question

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I am starting to build a 16ft WBHS and I would like to fish one person after and one person forward of the rower. Not each sport forward of the rower. This would mean changing the after dry storage that attaches to the transom to a seat and knee brace. My question is will this be to much weight into the back to make the boat handle correctly?

Thank you

Stephen
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Bill Edmundson
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I'm not clear what boat you are talking about. :?

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Re: 16’ WB HS dead rise question

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The 16ft drift boat. Wide body high side model.

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