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Travel with Bennett-Watt and learn about the Hyde Drift Boats Factory located in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where fly fishing drift ...
boats are made.
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Hyde Drift Boats Factory in Idaho
Male: There’s a special romance drifting in Idaho trout stream while fishing for trout is almost indescribable in words alone. Perhaps part of this romance are the memories that go along with the great fishing trip. Hyde drift boats are now the number one drift boat in the world.
La Moyne Hyde: When we start to build the boat, it all comes in pieces just like this right here and then we cut it and weld it and configured it in and put our reinforcements in it. In any boat that we manufacture it’s all locked into a jig so that we don’t--so every boat is going to run them same.
The series are storage boxes that we put in our drift boats and we’ve manufacture everyone of these. This is the sheets of aluminum and then we cut it, one of here are breaks are here is another break then we weld up all of the pieces of it and so that we can pull it right from the entire bin right from the beginning to the end. And we know that we’re the ones doing it, we have to warranty it, we have to take care of it and make sure that everything’s right. We want to know that it’s got our footprint on it. We use the aluminum boxes in the drift boats, the storage boxes because first of all, they’re a lot lighter than if we were to build that amount of fiberglass. And second of all, the strings of them whenever you run a screw to the aluminum that it stays because of the metal product where if you do it in fiberglass, the vibration will eventually elongate the holes and then they kind of fall apart on you so—
This here is a D4 bottom which we put on, which is a very special bottom and if you notice the boat is completely done if we were to use this particular boat, it’d be just fine. This new here is kind of like putting an extra thick thread on your tire so that if it’s going to be in a tough situation that--this, here is just an extra protection. We’ve got agree, we’ve got about 30 second tolerance on this one here as it’s on totally encapsulates the bottom. This here is a similar stuff of what you use about your blocking your house if you were going to carve your vegetables or neither, whatever, this is a similar type of stuff which actually got an oil right in the plastic. So anytime you go over gravel or you got a slippery rock that you can’t see and all of a sudden you hit it, this here let you release off from a very, very quickly just because it’s so slick. That’s one of the nice things on all of our boats is 90% of the product can retrofit any boat. So if a person just needs a stand boat, we can do that. If they want it, it’s really built all of the features we can do that. And that’s a nice thing if they personalize a boat from us and they sell it to their buddy and their buddy’s going to use it on a different river or different configuration, everybody that buys one of our boats knows that it can be quickly changed. I can change the assembly in this boat in less than five minutes.
We deliver all of our own boats, we have our own semis, trucks and boat—. We’ve build all of our own trailers because there’s no way to go with trailers that we already used to build whole drift boats. We ship boats out of this area here to Tasmania, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, Japan, Argentina, Chile, Canada, Alaska and all over the continental United States as well as wherever you else taking the boat. Anyway we've had to kind of do all of the innovative ideas ourselves to fit our investor because it’s still a pretty small investors.