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Old 10-16-2011   #81
 
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Let's try this again.

Here are a few photos:

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Old 10-16-2011   #82
 
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Maybe this time

Third times a charm?
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Old 10-16-2011   #83
 
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Thanks for the overhead views! Nice angle!
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Old 10-16-2011   #84
 
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Thanks for the overhead views! Nice angle!
Sounds like you are commenting on porn. Oh, wait, i guess we are


Nice Leopard banannahammock there, Riler! Mines yeller too. Any probs supporting two passengers??? How many days?
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No problem with two. We were on the water 18 days. I was only responsible for 2 dinners and breakfasts and all our lunches.
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Old 10-16-2011   #86
 
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Depends on the river for me and how I configure my 15' NRS Otter with a 4 bay NRS frame.

Roadside and deep water I'll add 2 swivel seats up front and a cooler in the rear bay,

Roadside and shallow the swivel seats stay home and the cooler goes in the forward bay with heavy gear on top of a rear cargo platform with the light, but bulky Paco pads rolled and on the floor somewhere.

I've also reconfigured it into stern fram with my lowback rower's seat and thwarts for a day trip that involved getting dropped off by train and then using a small wheeled cart to portage everything 1 1/2 miles to the water/

Any fly-in trip weight and space become an issue so usually the cooler stays home and I top the forward bay with a peace of 1/2" p;astic with a couple of Crazy Creek chairs strapped on top. The plastic doubles as a table and the chairs get used around camp.

AK's Brooks Range







A glacial lake/river not far from Anchorage
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Old 10-19-2011   #87
 
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My rig 16' Maravia Typhoon, drop bag with table, cooler, dry box, and a pickle barrel with tent sleeping bags, clothing ect.
Oh ya and BEER
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How are you liking Typhoon?
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It is my first raft, I love it. LOTS of room with the diminishing tubes, it tracks well and I love the surface texture that Maravia puts on the top. The flat floor is nice also. A great Grand Canyon boat if I can only get a permit....... How do you like yours? do you find that the diminishing tubes helps with punching holes? My friend has an OLD Avon with no kick in the front or back and he says that the kick in the front and the diminishing tubes causes it to surf. So far I haven't seen that. I can punch all the holes that I am brave enough to drop.
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Old 10-30-2011   #90
 
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The New Rig!

Sold the cat and switched to a round boat-SOTAR gave me a swingin' deal. Now I need to look into frames...AAA 4 bay-around 90" long w/ a removable front bay for shorter trips/day frame.

Chafer width is 76" on the outside-don't want a frame too wide-already have 9.5' oars-thinking 72" wide frame plus my oar towers would probably bring my oar width to 74"- advice?
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