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    Default Re: Flycraft vs Watermaster Bruin

    Love my Water Master Kodiak . The people there are first class .

    I also love my Saturn Kaboat but not nearly as much as my Kodiak . Did I say I LOVE my Kodiak ?
    Ron Zimmerman

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    Quote Originally Posted by jangles View Post
    Love my Water Master Kodiak . The people there are first class .

    I also love my Saturn Kaboat but not nearly as much as my Kodiak . Did I say I LOVE my Kodiak ?
    Another Kodiak lover here! Water Master did a great job on it. I just took mine on a 6 day, 70 mile float on the John Day River in Oregon, and it was sweet at a flow of 350 cfs, dodging rocks. Wasn't even too bad rowing against a strong upstream wind most days. I was with three other guys who were rowing two bigger rafts and graciously carried some of my gear, but I could have carried it all by myself if I'd had to.

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    Default Re: Flycraft vs Watermaster Bruin

    I know , right . I can't believe how much I love it . My dry bag fits on the front really easy and my 80 lb Lab just lays on the back with more gear . I like the fact that the back is self bailing too . A little pricey but worth every penny to me . It's the last raft I'll ever need .
    Ron Zimmerman

    Driving a 52 Chevy in a Cadillac lane on my way to a river near you .

    Don't forget your duct tape , Red Green

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    Do you find the raft material to be high quality? I know some people take them all over the world so I assume they are solid!

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    Default Re: Flycraft vs Watermaster Bruin

    I use it in rivers with lots of rocks and low water . I have never had a problem with it . I did have to patch a Sea Eagle SS10 that I had on the same waters though . Did I ever tell you that I LOVE my Kodiak ! lol
    Ron Zimmerman

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    Don't forget your duct tape , Red Green

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