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Thread: Raft and Drift Boat Shopping

  1. #11
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    I have a Clacka Id be happy to show you.

  2. #12
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    Thx! I may take you up on that when I get back in town.

    Quote Originally Posted by patillac View Post
    I have a Clacka Id be happy to show you.

  3. #13
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by bigsur View Post
    May not ever worry about overloading a raft after seeing this. This is a live web shot today from a put in area in Buena Vista Colorado on the web. This guy loaded for an hour on the webcam before he shoved off. Evidently an outfitter stocking a campsite. He lashed dry bags for an hour. Then covered all with a net then shoved off barely able to see over this pile of stuff during the beginning of runoff this week. On top of that he stashed a yeti style cooler as wide as the raft behind him. Could tell not his first day at the rodeo.


    Unfortunately In TN I see much heavier loads regularly on Ocoee & Pigeon. They also have no gear, only people

    Thanks for the CO advice. I ended up blowing off fishing since water was too high for me to even boat it. I'll be sure to hit up a couple of those places on my next trip.
    Call me if you want to go fishing, boating, hiking, or if you want to buy a foamie
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