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Storing a tube while running


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Anyone have any creative ideas on storing tubes while running around on the water?  The adults on our boat like to surf but the kids like us to take the tube for them as well.  We easily tie the tube off to the back when we are going to our play locations but we haven't found a great place to put it when we are surfing.  We have a 247 with a G3 tower that doesn't have any storage options like our last boat.  Thinking about making something for our tower but thought I would see if anyone else has thought of a solution first.

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We just anchor ours in the back of a quiet cove where we swim. Depends on the traffic at your lake but so far has always been there when we got back. Did catch someone about to steal my mission reefmat so we dont leave that out anymore due to the cost to replace.

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I put mine on top of the tower.  I have the G3 also.  I have a rope that can attach to the grab rails in the open bow that I run up to the tow rope connection point on the tube.  I then have another line I run from one side of the tower to the other and put it through the handles on the tube.  It stays secure and it out of the way.

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Same here.  Inflate/deflate is fast and easy.   Sometime i tie on stern eye loops  Which then sits on top the platform so its out of the water (tie on with this hook tube holder straps off Overton or barts).  But our tube is regular one for 2 people so on smaller side.  Not sure what tube size you have.   Hope that helps.  

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