I am working on my first S&G kayak build and fiberglassed the inside of the hull yesterday. Unfortunately, I didn't do the best job laying the cloth and now I have some air pockets along the keel/stem seam. I tried to correct the problem before the epoxy kicked but I was not fast enough.
There are 4 air pockets, all about 1 inch long. The air pockets don't really bother me.
Are there any negative impacts to leaving them. e.g. trap water/moisture, etc. Can anyone suggest any remedies? Leave alone? Cut out the air pockets? Inject epoxy into the air pockets?
Any and all advice would be greatly appreciated.