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NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

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10% Off All Accesrrories! With the Outlaw 130 Raft you get the most popular size and style NRS boat at a price that can't be beat. So get started on the adventures you've always dreamed of. Fish it, paddle it, or load it with gear for extended trips.
  • NRS Outlaw Series Rafts give you time-tested NRS boat designs at a price that will make you smile.
  • This versatile 13' Outlaw raft features 18" tubes and a 6'3" width, providing ample carrying capacity along with sporty handling.
  • Super heavy-duty tube and floor material shrug off hard boating abuse.
  • A 4" thick drop-stitch floor insert inflates to a rigid 8-10 psi, giving the boat a stiffer wave-punching ride while providing a stable platform for standing in the boat.
  • To get the rigid structure in the floor for best performance you will need a high-pressure pump.
  • Pile in up to 8 paddlers with the optional third thwart.
  • Frame wear patches on top of the tubes and extra material on the bottoms of the side tubes protect against abrasion and wear.
  • 12 stainless steel 2" D-rings provide plenty of tie-down points for frame and gear.
  • Four handles make carrying it to the water a breeze.
  • Three main-tube air chambers to keep you afloat in the event of an accident.
  • Self-bailing floor with quick-draining holes lets you leave the bucket at home.
  • Trouble-free Leafield™ C7 Valves ensure easy inflation/deflation of the tubes, thwarts and floor.
  • The NRS BAT™ (Batten Attachment Thwart system) lets you easily add or remove thwarts to accommodate paddlers or a rowing frame.
  • 3-year retail warranty, 1-year commercial.
Series: Outlaw
Length: 13'
Width: 6' 3"
Weight: 123 lbs.
Tube Diameter: 18"
Number of Thwarts: 2
Bow Kick: 28"
Stern Kick: 28"
Number of Air Chambers: 6
Valve Type: Leafield - C7
Self Bailing: Yes
Type of Material: PVC
Weight/Denier of Tube Material: 48/2000
Weight/Denier of Floor Material: 68/4000
Number of D-rings: 12
Number of Handles: 4
Center Compartment Width: 39"
Suggested NRS Frame Width: 60"
Maximum Frame Length: 72"
Repair Kit: Yes
Warranty: 3 Years Retail, 1 Years Commercial

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NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts
 
4.3

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5.0

Perfect raft for Fly Fishing

By Fly Fishing the Smokies

from Bryson City, North Carolina

Comments about NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts:

We purchased the Outlaw 130 for fly fishing on the Tuckasegee River and Little Tennessee Rivers in North Carolina. The water here is rocky and can get shallow in sections during the Summer months. The Tuckasegee River is a tailwater, CFS is constantly changing throughout the days and months. To guide here you need a boat that can handle whatever flows the river dishes out. We needed a raft that could handle the abuse our guides put boats through on a daily basis as well. We also needed an agile boat that floats high in the water and can turn on a dime. The Outlaw is exactly what we were looking for. Combined with an oar frame and thigh bars this boat is the perfect combination of lightweight and rugged. We will be adding more of these to our ever growing fleet of NRS boats in the future

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4.0

Great raft for fishing!!!!!!!!

By Swims with the fishes

from Asheville area

Comments about NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts:

Had this raft for a couple of seasons now. Put a stupid hole in the the first week I owned it.. ...... All my fault as a rolled it poorly and carried it by myself to the new trailer. Caught a small splinter of wood on the side and punctured it. Lucky first patch was on dry land. Have had the raft inflated on trailer since and put tons of river miles on it. No worries from me as the boat is tough when inflated. I wish nrs would bring the floo material up further on the raft to act as a rash guard of sort. I love not having hard floors to stand on as the floor gives plenty of support for us to stand and cast. It's has a big horn frame with some accessories added. This raft is real nice Clark, real nice!!

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Great First Boat

By Zach P.

from Jackson, WY

Pros

  • Versatile, stable, tracks well

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      Comments about NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts:

      I have taken my outlaw through hell and back and it is still with me. I have taken it on the Hudson river during flood stage with 6 ppl and it plowed through waves like a champ. I have taken it on the Gauley and it stayed upright the whole time. Good R2 boat for creekier runs like mettawee and gore. Its ankle breaker floor and glued seems are its 2 downsides.

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      5.0

      Great fishing raft

      By Salmonidslayer

      from Maine

      Pros

      • Drop Stitch Floor
      • Light
      • Nimble
      • Rigid
      • Roomy

      Cons

      • Slight Cracking At Folds

      Best Uses

      • Family Floats
      • Fishing

      Comments about NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts:

      I bought this raft to be paired with a custom nrs fishing frame. The raft is exactly what I wanted. I wanted an affordable raft that was PVC. PVC makes a great fishing raft since it is a little more rigid and easier to walk around in. This boat is awesome to stand and walk in with the drop stitch floor. On hot days you can stand and fish barefoot all day and have no lower back pain or stiffness because there is just enough give in the floor to make it like an ergonomic foot mat. The floor is one of the strong points of this raft because you do not need the casting platforms, which makes for less weight and line snags. If you go with the full 72" side rails , instead of the 68" offered with the fishing frame package, you are able to fit a 100 qt cooler in front of the rower with plenty of room for tall rowers. This still leaves room for a drop bag or dry bags behind the rower as well. Love this boat. If fishing is your main concern and you don't have to roll your raft up all the time, then this boat is an amazing value!

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      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        Is the Bow Kick and stern kick really 28" as compared to the Puma of 15"?? Are they measured differently?
        Asked on 3/20/2016 by Jeff from little rock

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Yes, Jeff, NRS and AIRE measure the kick differently - NRS to the top of the tube and AIRE to the bottom.

          Answered on 3/21/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        What is the height measurement from the top of the floor to the crest of the tubes? Trying to determine how much interior depth there is for my dry box and cooler.
        Asked on 3/17/2016 by Jordan from United States

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Jordan, with the boat sitting on the floor, there's 10" between the top of the drop-stitch floor insert and the top of the tubes.

          Answered on 3/17/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        Outlaw 130 with full fishing frame..... I will use solo on occasion...any thoughts or suggestions on use of winch (similar to traditional boat / trailer).. In particular: Where to attach winch line? (if even feasible)

        .... Or other suggestion on loading outlaw on to trailer?

        Thanks

        Jake
        Asked on 3/6/2016 by Jake from New Mexico

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Jake, if you do choose to use a winch we'd suggest you either link the winch cable to the frame or make a harness that attaches to two or more D-rings. The ideal way to load the raft on a trailer is to be able to back the trailer in until the deck is awash and the boat can be easily slipped on board. Also, a roller on the back of the trailer greatly reduces the loading friction.

          Answered on 3/7/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        Not a question really, just a suggestion for the website. for those of us buying our first heavy duty inflatable, it would be extremely helpful for the website to show "Suggested Accessories". e.g. what pump, or paddle, or oar or anything else is absolutely necessary to purchase, just to get on the water. and which model of those accessories is the best match for the inflatable in question. thanks...
        Asked on 1/16/2016 by Anthony from South Fork American River, California

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Anthony, the difficulty with your suggestion is there are so many variables, in both those accessory items and the types of uses the boats are put through. Fortunately there are a bunch of friendly, knowledgeable folks here who can help you with those questions. Call 800.635.5202 or email service@nrs.com.

          Answered on 1/16/2016 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        With a fishing frame and gear, how shallow can this raft draft?
        Asked on 6/20/2015 by Ryan from Trapper Creek, Alaska

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        • Staff Reviewer

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          Ryan, that depends on the weight you put in the boat. With three people and their fishing gear it'll probably draft 4-5 inches.

          Answered on 6/28/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        are the outlaw boats for whitewater for example like the ocoee river
        Asked on 6/15/2015 by chuck from mt.orab ohio

        1 answer

        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Yes, Chuck, the Outlaw rafts make fine whitewater boats. The combination of PVC material and the rigid drop-stitch floor help provide a stiff, responsive ride.

          Answered on 6/15/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        What is the weight capacity of this boat?
        Asked on 6/10/2015 by Nonickname from No

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          We don't estimate weight capacity for our boats; this article explains why - http://www.nrs.com/boating_tips/boatweightcapacity.asp - I can say the boat will handle eight paddlers on a day trip, and 2-3 people, with gear, for a multiday adventure.

          Answered on 6/11/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        Would this raft be a good purchase for whitewater trips with a few ppl
        Asked on 3/9/2015 by hatfield from east tennessee

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          It will make a great paddle boat for up to 7-8 people. You'd probably want to add a third thwart if you are going to have more than 5 people on a consistent basis.

          Answered on 3/9/2015 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        1. does the floor chamber have both a valve (for inflation/deflation) and a PRV? the product picture only seems to show one valve in the floor.
        2. what pressure (PSI) can the floor be inflated to? can floor be inflated to a high enough pressure that you can stand on it for fishing without the use of a casting platform (similar to aire tributary rafts)?
        Asked on 8/19/2014 by Phillip from Boise, ID

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        • A:

          There is no pressure relief valve. I purchased the NRS pressure gauge and it works great. The floor inflates to 8-10 PSI (per the catalog description). This is ALOT of pressure for a floor so use a gauge. My old SOTAR had a drop stitch floor and it only went to 2 lbs or as I recall. So this floor at 8-10 is VERY stable. I stand a lot in whitewater rafting to get a better view of approaching rapids and this is a great floor in a great boat

          Answered on 8/23/2015 by Biggwater from Sacramento, CA
        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          There is no PRV, Phillip. The floor could be inflated up to 15 psi, but we recommend 8-10 psi, which is plenty rigid for standing to fish.

          Answered on 8/21/2014 by Clyde from NRS
      • NRS Outlaw 130 Self-Bailing Rafts

        Q:

        Can the drop-stitch floor be used without the thwarts? If so, what keeps the floor in place?
        Asked on 6/26/2014 by Matt from United States

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        • Staff Reviewer

          A:

          Yes, Matt, you certainly can. The drop-stitch insert is securely locked in with our Batten Attachment Thwart system. It won't move on you.

          Answered on 6/27/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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