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Old 06-12-2013   #1
 
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Who makes good fishing frames...

I need a fishing frame for my 14' Sotar. Need anchor off the back. Bow and stern seating. Fly fishing some pretty easy class 1-3 tailwaters. Any suggestions? Thanks.



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River Boat Works

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Canyon Whitewater Inflatables.
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River Boat Works

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I second this. Located in the Arkansas Valley and he takes care of them long after they leave the shop.
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I third this...

I have both a DRE and a River Boat Works frame. Same quality and price but I felt I got better customer service from RBW IMO...
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I bought a raft and fishing frame from AAA Inflatables in Denver two years ago. It has an anchor and front and back seat. I do most of my fishing on the Roaring Fork and Colorado and it's great. I've brought it back in few times and have received excellent service.
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Haven't dealt with River Boat works but if their customer service is better than DRE, I'd be interested in what that looks like. Start to finish, DRE has treated me great.
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Is this for a Cat or a Raft? Most of the vendors listed above are speed rail fitting builders. If you are looking for the highest quality welded frame, you won't find a nicer one for fit and finish and design than canyon whitewater inflatables and the prices are near what you would pay for a handrail boat.

I have heard they can also beat most of the pricing on speed rail fitting boats but don't do them often.


I have bought stuff from Ron at riverboat works also , good service.
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