I will be fiberglassing my old cedar canoe. There is a lot of great info on the internet but nowhere is there mention as to how to finish the fiberglass job at the prow (pointy part) of the canoe. Do I try to smooth the fiberglass cloth so that it fits tight at the prow and worry about the wrinkles on the sides of the canoe or do I just trim the fiberglass and overlap the cloth at the prow? How much overlap should I have? In my mind, this overlapping will make a large bulge at the prow. If the overlap is too large, it must show even after a couple of coats of epoxy and paint. Do I let the fiberglass harden and then sand off the extended fiberglass joint? Anyway, this part of glassing the canoe is a mystery for me.