Sorry , but you need to paint a coat of sanding resin over that and sand it flat or you will not be happy , and besides it would be easier to glass over a flat smooth surface than a tacky rough surface . aloha
Bottom lam done with suncure cat. to reduce smell. I did this before the sun came up because my workspace is open to the element. It meant I had to babysit the lap for longer whilst the uv picked up. Ended up being pretty overcast but made for a nice slow cure.
Some puddles, some bubbles on the sharp rail edge but generally happy for first go.
It's not the way it's done I'm sure but had to knock back some of the lap excess with 80grit wet and dry to get the deck ready for lam. Paper got a bit sticky but lots of water helped it not gum up as much.
I've tried to show the edge of the glass in the pic.
Again, not unhappy with the result so far.
Deck lam, much better finish than bottom. Tight, not too wet or too dry. Took a little more time knowing how UV cat reacts. This has tidied up the board no end and I'm looking forward to my filler coats now to get this thing looking top.
In other news had my first surf in 10 weeks! Decent swell too.