This is gonna be the poor man’s way or the cheap way to build a casting deck on a jon boat. All of this wood has been completely free. I’ve picked all of this up from a garbage dumpster. I’ve got more wood that I can use for free. So, so far I’ve had to spend zero dollars except for the stainless steal screws that I’m using. But, we’re gonna go ahead and we’re gonna make some more support legs for this frame. Alright guys so I’m pretty happy right now as far as my structure. Umm, it’s gonna be one of those things. I’ll just have to test it when I get out on the water. But for right now, I’m just gonna leave it where it is and press on with cutting out the top part of the deck..the plywood. and trying to get a good cut so that it matches the contour of the boat. So what I did here is I took a giant piece of cardboard and I cover the whole front side of the boat… and I just took a sharpie and I went under the cardboard all the way around tracing the edge of the boat and all the way around And… so now I’m gonna use this cardboard as my template Cutting little by little until that plywood fits in here As far as looks, it looks awesome! Stay tuned and I’ll be able to tell you guys you know as far as how it works as far as the buoyancy with the added weight on the front of the boat and just how secure it is and how I like it on the water. Very easy! Very Cheap! and I’ll keep you guys posted as far as any upgrades whether I put some hatches in there or I add a live well or whatever Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe!