Throw bags

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  1. Ray

    Ray Active Member

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    I use NRS throw bags. Thankfully, mostly I use them to tie up my boat or as a clothesline. My experience as a class IV whitewater guide has lead me to think that throw bags are probably most useful in a pin situation, rather than a swimmer situation. When I have a swimmer, I just go get them.
     
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    I picked up one of the Fox40's because of this thread. I got it and it looks good. Haven't tried it yet but it looks like it should do the trick.

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  3. Brian Miller

    Brian Miller Be vewy vewy qwiet, I'm hunting Cutthwoat Twout

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    Thanks for the link Jesse. I picked up the Fox40 Water Safety Throw and a package of Tear Aid B for my Water Master from Sunny Sports for under $40 shipped.


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    I use NRS throw bags as well
     

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