Originally Posted by tmacc
Sounds like he's just moving bars around instead of the frame. If you've only got a one boat quiver, that's actually a pretty clever way to do it. It might not have all of the dedicated "creek" stuff, like scout bars etc, but it could work. Obviously, I assume we're talking NRS or speedrail type of frame here.
yes, no, yes, and yes.
I am just moving bars around and that way I can adjust anything the way I need it for positioning or gear or passenger etc.
I have a dedicated gear boat, but I still like this set up for my dedicated play boat. The scout bars are made far enough to cover any position. I can use the yoke for a footbar if I'm way forword with gear / passenger, then I can use the foot bar when I'm centered. If there is anything I'm missing for creekboating I'm not sure what it is. Although I'm a newb copared to lhowemt and many of you other folks
It is an NRS fram. I really like the modular set up and the NRS yoke system.
...and to Garytoomucherb; I'm not affiliated in any way with NRS nor do I get any money from them. I just like some of their stuff. In fact they won't even give me a good deal.