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Old 02-27-2011   #1
 
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cargo nets

Anyone use these to secure gear? Any pros cons to using a cargo net to secure gear in the stearn of a 16' boat. Thanks all.

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Old 02-27-2011   #2
 
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foot entrapment. I've never used one only saw people with them. I was always worried about getting a body part stuck in it in a flip scenario.
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Ya that would not be good. I'm thinking a cargo net or an everything bag. Haven't used either just trying to ease rigging.
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Old 02-27-2011   #4
 
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Cargo nets scare me a little. There are so many holes to get cought up in if you flip. That's just my personal thing. I see some people use them and it looks great and would be faster loading and unloading. I would use a stuff sack sns or a barrney bag.
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[QUOTE= I would use a stuff sack sns or a barrney bag.[/QUOTE]
Where do find these?
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www.tuffriverstuff.com

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There is another post search the forum for trs or barney
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Old 02-27-2011   #8
 
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Never heard of a barney, I have been on trs website.
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Barneys are ok as long as they don't fill with water. They can make it almost impossible to right the boat if full of agua

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heard of all types of things hanging up in cargo nets, one guy told me his knife end hooked on a cargo net in a flip and hung him up for awhile under the boat.

I went with a king sling from DRE
Down River Equipment

kind of the same idea without all the holes to get caught in. I'm sure they'll be on sale at the swap sale next month. makes rigging super easy and also a nice smooth top on the cargo when the kids or whoever wants to hang out on top of the pile.
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