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AIRE Jaguarundi Cataraft

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Product title: AIRE Jaguarundi Cataraft

The Jaguarundi cataraft is the premier choice for family day trip or a gear-hauling multi-day journeys. Darting through huge rapids or carrying a load to camp, the versatility of the Jaguarundi is unparalleled. Ample bow and stern rise improves speed, tracking and maneuverability.

  • Aircell System 2-layer construction
  • PVC tubes with Protective frame chafe strips
  • Inner urethane bladders with double-zippered access
  • Welded seams
  • Leafield B7 valves
  • Multiple D-rings for tying down frame & gear
  • Side carry handles
  • Repair kit included
  • 10-year no-fault manufacturer warranty

Please note: Frame is not included.

Please Note: Some brands may not be shipped internationally. This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses. We would love to ship the item, please be sure the address provided upon checkout is within the U.S. Otherwise, we will contact you via email to advise that your order has been canceled due to the shipping restriction.

Technical Specifications

Outer Fabric 35 oz./1670 denier PVC
Bladder Fabric 14mm Urethane
Length 16'
Tube Diameter 24"
Air Chambers 4
Bown/Stern Rise 28"
2" Waterline 109.5"
Load Capacity 1099 lbs.
D-Rings 20
Carry Handles 4
Weight (Tubes Only) 77 lbs.
Rated 5.0 stars
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1 review
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    All purpose fly fishing..

    Have had my Jag with fishing frame for 16 years. Extremely versatile. Handles all Northwest Montana flyfishing duties and whitewater. Didn't want 2 boats and this was more versatile than a drift boat. Can be used in traditional drift boat waters (Madison, Missouri, etc) though doesn't handle quite as well as a hard shell but gets the job done. Fishing from the front elevated station is a dream and better than position in a drift boat. Advantage - goes where drift boats dare not in all the Flathead river system and any other whitewater you can throw at it. Have stored it outside for 16 years with a Costco car cover I buy every 4 years or so and it still looks fantastic. One of smartest fishing investments I've made. Will likely outlast me.

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