In glassing the bottom two strakes of my wherry I had diffculty at the point of transition between strakes 1 and 2; getting the glass to stick where the #1 strakes meet the #2 strakes was hard and I was left with lots of bubbles where the glass hasn't been fixed to the ply. I've cut this away and sanded the fillets and it all looks pretty good. As a result of this, the sheet of glass actually stops short of the #2 strakes by about 6mm (0.25"). I don't think this is critical as the vast majority of the glass sheet is good and intact. Should I run a thin strip of glass to patch this or not bother? I think I know the answer but would appreciate the expertise of the CLC builders' forum. Thanks.