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Old 5 Days Ago   #41
 
Moab, Utah
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I'd recommend a Bighorn II frame. Don't sweat the frame going longer than the straight tubes. It's not a big deal to have it run onto the first rocker panel since there's really not a drastic change due to the diminished tubes. My frame goes to about 1-2" from where the rocker really takes a significant bend on each end (essentially up to the second rocker panel).



I've been able to get 5 bays into my 14' Trib and it's great. From front to back: (1) drop bag/table; (2) Engel 123 cooler (perfect size for this boat); (3) approx. 18" footwell with footbar; (4) 13" drybox; (5) bay for two water jerrys. I row off of the drybox. Still plenty of room in the bow and stern for storage.

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John where is that red canyon in your pictures?

The 2 bottom pics are in Lodore. One is lunch at Dripping Springs and the other is Limestone. Both were in 2017 when Lodore was running 9000 CFS.
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