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Old 04-10-2013   #21
Tacoma,Wa, Idaho
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Hey are these cat bags or raft bags? What are the dims and how much?
Raft bags , but I already have it spoken for I think by PM, I ordered an aire 130D and am hoping it will fit good, they are the smaller bag mckenzie?

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Old 04-11-2013   #22
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You get the boat from the hot deals page on Aires site? That's how I got my Leopard and Ocelot!

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Old 04-11-2013   #23
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Will these bags support heavy items such as the groover (Riverbank) or do you need to have a beaver board under the bag to support that kind of weight?
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Old 04-11-2013   #24
Ponchalida, Colorado
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i keep a piece of plywood cut in the shape of the floor area at the bottom in the bag and let it all rest on the raft floor. this holds groovers firepans, etc no problem
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Old 04-11-2013   #25
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Originally Posted by slamkal View Post
Hey are these cat bags or raft bags? What are the dims and how much?
Ray makes a bag for cats called the "drop everything bag" I have one for my cat and it works great, just like the everything bag I had for my raft. Just tell Ray the dimensions you want. I do have a board strapped to the frame under the bag.
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Old 04-11-2013   #26
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I'm with MT4Runner on this.
I like the looks of the SolGear dunnage bag.
Dunnage Bag-Custom: SolGear
(There is a nice video to watch on this page also)

One thing is the ability of the bottom to wall attachment to dump a lot more water quickly than just any old netting.


Anyone have any experience with one of these?
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Old 04-12-2013   #27
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The Pacific River Bag is pretty sweet for several reasons. First all around the bottom perimeter are d-rings which allow you to drop a piece of plywood inside the bag and basically hang it from your frame and tubes. Then there is another perimeter row of d-rings up from that allowing for another tie down point. After that you've got an easy drawstring cinch for your gear. The last great feature is a clamshell top that goes over the already closed bag that is great for stuffing extra stuff you want easy access to. None of the other bags I've seen seem to have as many bells and whistles. I love the bag and have one for my cat and raft honestly one of my favorite pieces of gear.
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Old 04-12-2013   #28
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The everything bag for sure. This thing is bomber. I can put a board inside and keep hard objects off the floor when needed. It will most likely outlast me.

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