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Old 01-21-2013   #201
 
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16' 2010 RMR

Here's my rig at Loon Creek on the Middle Fork of the Salmon.
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Old 01-21-2013   #202
 
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Here's my rig at Loon Creek on the Middle Fork of the Salmon.
Nice set up. Who makes your tent shelter--that looks perfect for your boat.
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Old 01-21-2013   #203
 
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Nice set up. Who makes your tent shelter--that looks perfect for your boat.
It's an old black diamond mega mid.
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A extra boat I've been working on. Four bay frame each bay 20" wide. I can run both dry boxes from my cat in it or just the one and run the front hatch like in the photos

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A extra boat I've been working on. Four bay frame each bay 20" wide. I can run both dry boxes from my cat in it or just the one and run the front hatch like in the photos
where did you get the decking material? I'm assuming you routed it custom but how much did the raw materials cost?
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Just good old fashioned ply wood with exterior deck paint. The side boards are 1/2" and the front hatch is 3/4". It also has a 3/4" rowing bay floor and a 3/4" beavertail. I just make up a templete for all my cut outs that way they stay a uniform size.
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A extra boat I've been working on. Four bay frame each bay 20" wide. I can run both dry boxes from my cat in it or just the one and run the front hatch like in the photos

Nice setup. Is that a hand pump of some sort that you have attached to your decking?
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Old 01-23-2013   #208
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A extra boat I've been working on. Four bay frame each bay 20" wide. I can run both dry boxes from my cat in it or just the one and run the front hatch like in the photos
That's as sweet as Tupelo Honey on the decking job.

Pretty sure I can see a hose going down the strap hole for the bilge pump. Great design all around.

Dry box looks a bit high but those looks like fairly high towers on the stands.
Have you rowed it yet?
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Selway Bronco Boat

Here is my rig from a June Selway last year loaded and ready, she was heavy off the top but once we got down to the juice I was thankful for the weight. I run a 4 bay frame from cambridge welding with a dry box then two captains boxes then a yeti 120 and another large dry box with a table on top of the dry box. I also have the nrs canyon box as light kitchen box and the boulder boxes for rescue/pin kit and extra storage. Boat is an Aire 156R I love my bronco boat!
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Here is my rig from a June Selway last year loaded and ready, she was heavy off the top but once we got down to the juice I was thankful for the weight. I run a 4 bay frame from cambridge welding with a dry box then two captains boxes then a yeti 120 and another large dry box with a table on top of the dry box. I also have the nrs canyon box as light kitchen box and the boulder boxes for rescue/pin kit and extra storage. Boat is an Aire 156R I love my bronco boat!

nice rig. Hey here is some advice however. I would never load my boat that far out of the water unless it was a beautiful sandy beach. It takes a lot of strong peeps in order to lift and place in the water without dragging. I've personally witnessed a boat get torn on a sharp rock that wasn't obvious when the raft was assembled over it ...
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