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Old 04-16-2011   #1
 
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Zippered cargo bag for catarafting

I am in need of a zippered stash bag for my cat on day trips. It is the same concept as the DRE captain's bag or Clavey everything else bag, or any number of thwart bags out there. There is one bag in particular I am looking for that I have seen some SOTAR Legend owners use. They are mostly gray zippered round wedge-type bags that are strapped atop a cat tube and are usually placed behind the rowing bay. The others I have mentioned are good but this one is a clean system that looks to be one of the best. I have seen them before on the web but can't seem to find them again. I know people here will point me in some good directions.

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I found one from Cascade Outfitters that looks good. Does anyone use this or know who is building it?
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more like this...it may be what I'm after
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never seen one of those in person. solgear also makes this one, maybe that would work?
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I like the dre bags for round boating but I think the round wedge bag may be better for a cataraft...much cleaner design and looks like it's meant to attach to drop rails.
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more like this...it may be what I'm after
try www.whitewaterdesigns.com
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Cascade had them in stock last time I was over there. 50 bucks if I remember right.
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I use the Cascade Outfitter bags in the small size. I have one on each side of the rower's bay on my Cat. I carry lots of small items in them.....sun block, glasses case, rain jacket & pants, snacks, etc. They ride really well on the tubes, and they don't take up room in the rower's area. You culd probably pack a fair amount of stuff in the larger ones for a day trip.
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more like this...it may be what I'm after


This is the small one. I've got a pair of the large size, that I rig between the seat and the oarstands. Very useful for stuff you need to use on the water, and also good for stashing empty beer cans. The bottoms are mesh, so if you're hitting waves, the contents will get damp if not soaked.

I'm really happy with mine. Excellent, quickly accessible storage.
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