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Take your fly fishing adventure up a notch when you use the Outcast OSG Commander Raft to fish and navigate still and moving waters. This unique design combines the best features of a kayak and a rowboat to give you a raft that's easy to maneuver, fish out of, and stand up in. An open-floor cockpit makes fin-kicking a breeze and enables you to stand up and fish in shallow water without having to climb in and out of the boat. Plus, plenty of ample storage space gives you room for your gear.
- Ideal for avid fishermen who prefer to fish in still and moving waters
- Unique design combines the maneuverability of a kayak and the comfort and ease of a rowboat
- Open-floor cockpit makes fin kicking an option so you can fish and guide the boat at the same time
- Open-floor plan also provides an easy way to stand up and fish in shallow waters without the need to climb in and out of the boat
- Continuous curve design eliminates seams on the bottom of the boat
- 500 and 1000 PVC fabrics, urethane AireCell material, and Thermo welded seam construction provide a raft that lasts for years of use
- Dual-layer design creates a stiff hull so the boat won't flex when operating at full pressure
- Adjustable foot rests and an adjustable kayak-style seat for comfort and convenience while you fish
- LCS stripping apron helps keep your line organized
- Cargo loops secure your gear
- Ample cargo space behind the seat leaves room fo your gear and lunch
- Valve Type: (2) Summit II
- Includes: (2) 5ft 2-piece oars, (1) seat, (1) LCS stripping apron, (1) repair kit
- Repair Kit Includes: (1) black PVC, (1) olive PVC, (1) grey PVC, (2) urethane, (1) urethane coated nylon, (1) vinyl tube valve adapter, (1) summit 2 valve adapter, (3) type A patches, (2) alcohol prep pads, (4) screws, (1) summit II valve wrench, (1) sand paper
- Items Not Included: pump
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What rapid rating is the raft? How does...
What rapid rating is the raft? How does it handle compared to an pontoon ? The first time I ever used a pontoon was on the green river, how does this boat handle compared to a pontoon?
A friend of mine uses this raft and says he is comfortable taking this on class II or lower. The reason being is that you are pretty close to the water and the front of the boat does not have a floor so all of that water is coming through and hitting you straight in the face. Pontoon's can handle much more aggressive water compared to this.
W/ Rod Holder and Commander Pocket
Without the rod holder and the pocket, storage on this boat is relegated to stuffing things behind the seat. The rod holder and storage pocket really make this boat unbeatable. Unfortunately, we do not sell either at backcountry.com, but the purchase is well worth it. The pocket is on the left side of the boat and the rod holder the right. The scotty rod holder fits perfectly with the boats accessory mounting points.
Amazing. Needs storage
I love this boat. The season is young, so I have only been able to take it out twice so far. Once on utah's green river, 2nd time on the lower provo river. This boat is awesome. I was worried about getting soaked, as it seems your butt will be in the water, but this is not the case. You do get wet, and if its cold, I recommend using with waders, but it wasnt near as bad as I thought. Your butt stays dry, but your calfs tend to get splashed. Handled red creek rapid well and the boat is extremely manuverable. It does include one rod holder mount, but not the rod holder. The one thing this boat is lacking is storage / cupholders, both of which can be purchased from outcast. The material is very tough, like most any whitewater raft you'll see. I love the open cockpit. Stand up and fish and the boat will just float around you. Comes with cheap oars that get the job done, a stripping basket, and some other stuff.