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Old 01-15-2013   #171
 
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Sam ignore him, just another hating buzzard.

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Old 01-15-2013   #172
 
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very nice, sam arnold iv.

also, kokatat recently came out with a new dry suit and helmet line you might be interested in:

and something for the waterproof ipod/stereo system to rock out to on the river, as well...

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Old 01-15-2013   #173
 
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Black Friday deals on drysuits? or other kayaking gear...


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Old 01-15-2013   #175
 
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OOps,
I was questioning the boat in post #21,I did not realize that the thread was restarted. Anyway back in the day Ted Williams was also a fisherman and put his name on some hypolon boats I think made by campways that is my guess. The one I have looks alot like the boat from #21 only grey.
All the rigs look great!

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No, it is an 11.' I think they come standard with 4 D rings now. Recognizing the benefits of lower center of gravity and better entry angle of the oar in the water with a lower seat, I still like the height I have. It's a standard DRE flip that I've lowered a couple of inches. Additionally, I have a standard NRS seat that I can throw on there, but it doesn't feel as comfortable to me. I like the benefit of increased visibility as well as being able to ride in comfort and sit over a dry box. I will definately try it multiple ways though. Most of the trips I plan on doing will be overnight, so the dry box is clutch.
Ted Williams? The voice over homeless man?
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Old 01-15-2013   #176
 
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Who gives a shit about the color of your boat or suit. I probably have the ugliest, but most functional dry suit (coast gaurd swimmer suit) and it kicks ass, would'nt trade that or my purple raft for anything.

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Old 01-15-2013   #177
 
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The old 12' eclipse, RIP
and simon the dog, RIP
The dog lived longer than the glued chineese PVC
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Old 01-15-2013   #178
 
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Maybe just boat porn? The old town little 14' boat gets used a lot, north cascades Ross Lake, crabbin in the Sound, crabbing in Siuslaw Bay, Banks Lake, all over. Its been in the Navy almost 15 years this summer.
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We have a Blog page with a few pictures of raft frame setups. Send your pictures to darrens@pmt.org and we'll post them to the Blog page.

Raft Frame Setups Home page for High Water Lines blog

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Gotta admit, pretty damn hilarious upshitcreek! Although not seeing as much of a clown/circus motif as that of Rastafarian variety, although maybe I'm just seeing what I want to see, eh? There's another video that has been mentioned multiple times by many different women after viewing this boat. i guess it's just that hot. I don't really see it, but they are so insistent. . Sorry for the threadjack and MT4Runner, if I needed a new dry-suit I would so have been burning up the phone for that rasta GMER.
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