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NRS Frame Casting Platform For Front Thigh Hook

$245.00

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Enjoy drift-boat-style fly fishing from your raft! Designed for use with the NRS Front Thigh Hook, this non-slip platform gives you solid, stable footing for casting from your inflatable boat.
  • The underside frame-pipe support extends past the front of the platform, allowing you to attach your NRS Front Thigh Hook, Item # 93026.02. You can also run an NRS strap from the pipe to a raft D-ring for extra support.
  • The roomy marine-grade Quad-Grip plywood deck provides solid footing, even when it's wet.
  • Patented NRS LoPro™ fittings provide easy installation and adjustment.
  • Recommended for rafts that would take a 60" wide frame or larger. Attaches to a ≥60" Angler Seat Bar, Item # 90001.03.
  • Smaller versions are available by custom order.
  • For increased durability we suggest you coat the raw edges of the Quad-Grip plywood with a waterproofing product.
  • The heart of the NRS frame system, the LoPro™ Fitting, just went high tech! Now made in drop-forged aluminum alloy; it's stronger and 25% lighter. Better product, same price... NRS innovation.
Material: 1-5/8" 6061-T6 Anodized Aluminum Frame Pipe
Components:
  • 1 - Marine Grade Plywood
  • 3 - NRS Frame Pipes with LoPro Fittings
  • 4 - U-bolts with nuts and washers

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    Is there an access hatch setup available that will allow access to the valve to fill the floor? I'm envisioning something like a 4" plastic threaded plug.
    Asked on 2/11/2016 by Tater Salad from United States

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      A:

      We've looked at this; the problem is that there's no standard location for floor valves that we can match up with a hatch system. This would have to be a DIY solution.

      Answered on 2/12/2016 by Clyde from NRS
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