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Old 04-05-2016   #71
 
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Here's a good one of the storm with a stern frame
Is that fang?

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Old 04-05-2016   #72
 
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Looks like top of lochsa falls

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Old 04-05-2016   #73
 
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Awesome pic, can hardly see a boat at all.

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It handled awesome with two up front , stuck a lot better than I expected. Slipped a couple swimmers into terminator but I stayed dry.
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Old 04-06-2016   #74
 
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Here's my Storm from last weekend's trip to the Upper C. I like having the raised swivel seat in the front as a fisherman.


Also, here are some pics of why I like the Yeti (despite the expense ). You can have it secured without a strap over it allowing you easy access to beers!
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Is that the yeti 45?
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Is that the yeti 45?
It is.
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Old 04-06-2016   #77
 
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Is that a seat belt on the swivel chair??

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Is that a seat belt on the swivel chair??

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Hahahahahahahaha
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Old 04-06-2016   #79
 
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The storm stuck great!

I was following the Neff crew in a cat, and there was some very sharp waves that usually give rafts a very hard time - they did great. I would call it a semi stern mount since Neff wasn't sitting all the way back on the stern tube. I usually round boat and I was very impressed. And of course now I want one as well.
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I was following the Neff crew in a cat, and there was some very sharp waves that usually give rafts a very hard time - they did great. I would call it a semi stern mount since Neff wasn't sitting all the way back on the stern tube. I usually round boat and I was very impressed. And of course now I want one as well.
I agree, I really like the modular frame design with the two section frame. Best of both worlds semi stern frame as in the picture with paddlers and then add the cooler module for multiday....

I'm wanting to set something like that up for my 15.

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