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I damaged the tip of the bow with a snowblower and there is a 2 or 3 inch opening that needs patched.

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Use a fiberglass repair kit available at most hardware stores. Use an overlay prior to patching if the hole is bigger than a quarter so you don't develop a soft spot in the hull.

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