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    Default on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    at least i think it's a coble



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    Default Re: on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    It's a coble.



    Amended stern anglefor an outboard? Though there seems some variation around the country and sea against river use.
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    Default Re: on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    Soy hombre.

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    Default Re: on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    Soy Lady is a Scottish salmon coble from around Montrose, a much cruder craft than the English cobles.
    The Noth Yorkshire coble, Gratitude, fished from Robin Hoods Bay by the Sorm family. The dog was names Spy.
    The drawing is of a fly fishing river coble, again used for salmon.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    Default Re: on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    The Soy is saucy.

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    Default Re: on a sutcliff kick, i found a coble for peerie maa

    I read a book years agoabouy a guy and his son who took a cobble across to Holland I think. Their cooking gear was an Olympus 8R.

    Anyone recall the title?
    basil

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