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Old 10-02-2016   #161
 
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Igloo Yukon 55 fits neatly in mine with probably 1-1.5 inch clearance on the sides. Compare dimensions on that to the yeti. The newer storms are wider between the tubes I think.

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Old 10-03-2016   #162
 
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Took my storm out for its maiden voyage on the up upper San Juan this past weekend. I ran a 75 quart canyon up front that was a tight squeeze but worked. I sat on a dry box I rented from pro. Gear pile up front with 2 water jugs on each side of the cooler and a propane bomb in the way back. I'm a big rower at 3 bills and it handled like a dream. Even had a 4 year old ride up front with me for a bit through 8ft and ledge.
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Old 10-03-2016   #163
 
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Get a RTIC 45 and save $175, has better warranty, holds more ice, and same quality.
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Old 10-03-2016   #164
 
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This is the fit of a canyon 55 in a new rmr if that helps... it's 28 wide and the yeti 65 is 29.5

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Old 01-26-2017   #165
 
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Anyone else have pics of Storm with a fishing raft?
Anyone know how low of water levels the storm can float in?
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Old 01-27-2017   #166
 
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Re-affirmation of sheep mentality

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802 isn't one of those guys - he's just new enough to the buzz that his impressions have been tainted by the SW Oregon Frame Nazi's. Give him time, he'll figure out that NRS frames outnumber all others 10:1, even in Oregon.

With that said 802, you should PM spider and get the details on his frame. It's super nice, I've seen it up close.
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One jumps off the cliff; the rest follow. The net result is a bunch of injured sheep at the bottom of the cliff......
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Old 01-27-2017   #167
 
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Re-affirmation of sheep mentality:
One jumps off the cliff; the rest follow. The net result is a bunch of injured sheep at the bottom of the cliff......

way to go gary, looking for a post almost a year old to make a snarky comment about. How many hours to you scour this site for old posts to make the same old comments. Really odd position by you because you make essentially the same thing as an NRS frame. Which happens to be just fine cause they are simple and work, just like an NRS frame.
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Old 01-27-2017   #168
 
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way to go gary,looking for a post almost a year old to make a snarky comment about, get back on your meds.
Not to mention taking the post completely out of it's context. If I recall correctly I was responding to someone calling out 802 flyfisher for being a minion of the unameable. Right or wrong NRS frames greatly out number all others. I'm sure the only thing Gary has against NRS is they're not made in the US...since his frames are essentially the same concept, minus the annodization of course. Because you know, that weakens the aluminum.
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Anyone else have pics of Storm with a fishing raft?
Anyone know how low of water levels the storm can float in?
Posts 74, 39, 34, 27, 25 and 5 in this thread are all good examples of fishing frames in storms. That took me about 2 minutes to scan through the photos and find...please do some research of your own too.
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