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When I first saw pictures, I wrote it off as something you might use on the pond out back, maybe fishing for crappie and having plenty of cold beverages close to hand. Then I watched some video featuring challenging rivers, stand-up fly fishing, big, mobile dogs aboard, and the ingenious transformation from canoe deck to roomy camp table.

The concept is pretty simple. Strap the aluminum frame and carpeted deck roughly midships on a tandem canoe using beefy cam-lock straps. Outboard, on both sides, drop coolers into aluminum extensions and snap the cooler handles securely to the frame. Fill the coolers, pack the boat, load the dog and head downriver. When you get to camp, the deck and aluminum extension bars turn into a large table for cooking and food prep.

The Wingman [Cooler Outrigger] turns a canoe into a really stable mother ship, capable of carrying fresh food and cold drinks, and accommodating large dogs or standing anglers. Who really wants the raft and all the fussiness it calls for anyway? The outrigger coolers act to stabilize the boat in turbulence, and can be extended another notch to steady the boat in bigger water or while standing on the platform and fishing.

I just paddled several days on the Yellowstone River in Montana, through some pretty bouncy water, and kept pace with other canoes no problem. As a side benefit, the Wingman is a serious conversation starter with other floaters, and in camp the large table is a magnet for the cooking and meal prep crew. I would avoid really tight streams or long boulder-garden rapids, at least until I was used to maneuvering with an outrigger. Also, the extension bars can be a little sticky fitting into the frame.

Lube with beeswax or light grease to take care of it. Alan Kesselheim — Canoe and Kayak Magazine. Also, I ferried across some rapids and went in and out of eddies without any problem. The picture shows the coolers sit perfectly with the boat and there is no drag. I could not be happier with it!

Even had dogs up and down on it for about 10 miles! The extra cooler space was extremely useful as we camped with 8 people Friday-Sunday and the platform was perfect for fishing. It was easy to assemble and fit perfectly under the roof rack for simple transport.

Chris was really excited to try it out and even got a compliment from another boater as we pulled off the river in Bluff City. These guys in Virginia used a little of their Montana ingenuity to turn my Old Town Next into a raft — a canoe-raft hybrid in a canoe-kayak hybrid world.

The guys behind the Wingman Outfitter product have something really special. Since then, I have floated with the product multiple times, in different seasons and conditions, with different objectives on each trip.

I have been thoroughly impressed with its versatility, durability and simplicity. I have professionally guided in a variety of fields for the last 9 years, with all summer seasons being spent on the water in some form or another. From drift boats to oar-framed rafts to kayaks and canoes, I have logged a lot of hours and miles on various rivers, from Wyoming and Idaho to Virginia. The Wingman outrigger is such a practical accessory for your canoe for a variety of reasons.

For starters, the additional cooler space is awesome, especially for those who like to spend multiple nights on the river without sacrificing proper gear and good food and drink. And it is not just the coolers, but the platform as well that can support a ton of gear on top, or better yet, the rewards of a successful hunt as you come out of camp. And even if you do not need it for storage, it is such a nice platform to have integrated into your canoe.

From a place to rig your fishing rod and keep your tackle, to a seat for your dog or child, it takes your canoe setup to a new level. It also makes for a helluva casting platform!

Lastly, the version I used transformed into a great camp table for a camp kitchen. From a stability standpoint, it made my canoe nearly impossible to flip, which was a huge plus on cold weather floats or if I were floating with young kids.

With the dedicated outdoorsman in mind, Drew and Austin have put this thing to the test and have done a great job of improving the product since the first prototype. They truly have this thing dialed in and really have a passion for what they are doing. When I was told to bring my dog, I quickly became a skeptic. My dog, Ruger, is a lb. The moment Ruger hopped onto the platform and we pushed off the bank, all my worries were gone. I had imagined seeing the dog in fear, legs shaking, whimpering, etc.

Stability, freedom, and versatility are, in my mind, the greatest things about the Wingman outrigger and they all go hand in hand with one another. With the coolers providing significant stabilty, it gives you the freedom to do so many things in the canoe. I have the same budget canoe at the lake, used for fishing coves for largemouth, except it has a wider base than the canoe we took to the river. Even with the wider base, there is a zero percent chance that two people could stand on that canoe without someone getting wet.

With the Wingman we were able to try our luck on some smallmouth with both of us easily able to stand and move around without the fear of knocking each other off balance and into the water. The platform was great because it gives you a better perspective of the water and allows you to spot fish easier.

Although our trip was only a half day, I think we packed as if we were doing a weekend trip. I feel that the product would be a huge asset on an overnight trip. Having the coolers on the outside of the boat gives you so much more room for packing gear. Also, the platform of the Wingman could be used as a table or bench if need be. I believe that this product will give me the opportunity to get on the water more often.

It makes heading off to the river less of a burden because now you can feel more comfortable about taking your family with you.

I cannot say that I really have much negative feedback to give, especially knowing that I was only using a prototype version in my little excursion. However, I do think there are a couple things that could be improved. The outrigger extends to provide more stability, but when it is extended, a gap is created between the platform and the coolers. I believe that this gap could potentially be dangerous if you or your pet were to slip and get caught. I also believe that the product could be improved by ditching the ratchet straps and creating a mounting system that locks the wingman into place from the top of the canoe.

Ratchet straps are great, but when they are underwater and bumping rocks all day, they might eventually wear. The best products come from those whose passion is their creation, and it seems obvious to me that, with the right marketing and exposure, Wingman Outfitter has a promising future ahead.

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When you get to camp, the deck and aluminum extension bars turn into a large table for cooking and food prep. The Wingman [Cooler Outrigger] turns a canoe into a really stable mother ship, capable of carrying fresh food and cold drinks, and accommodating large dogs or standing anglers. Who really wants the raft and all the fussiness it calls for anyway? The outrigger coolers act to stabilize the boat in turbulence, and can be extended another notch to steady the boat in bigger water or while standing on the platform and fishing.

I just paddled several days on the Yellowstone River in Montana, through some pretty bouncy water, and kept pace with other canoes no problem. As a side benefit, the Wingman is a serious conversation starter with other floaters, and in camp the large table is a magnet for the cooking and meal prep crew. I would avoid really tight streams or long boulder-garden rapids, at least until I was used to maneuvering with an outrigger.

Also, the extension bars can be a little sticky fitting into the frame. Lube with beeswax or light grease to take care of it. Alan Kesselheim — Canoe and Kayak Magazine. Also, I ferried across some rapids and went in and out of eddies without any problem. The picture shows the coolers sit perfectly with the boat and there is no drag.

I could not be happier with it! Even had dogs up and down on it for about 10 miles! The extra cooler space was extremely useful as we camped with 8 people Friday-Sunday and the platform was perfect for fishing.

It was easy to assemble and fit perfectly under the roof rack for simple transport. Chris was really excited to try it out and even got a compliment from another boater as we pulled off the river in Bluff City. These guys in Virginia used a little of their Montana ingenuity to turn my Old Town Next into a raft — a canoe-raft hybrid in a canoe-kayak hybrid world. The guys behind the Wingman Outfitter product have something really special.

Since then, I have floated with the product multiple times, in different seasons and conditions, with different objectives on each trip. I have been thoroughly impressed with its versatility, durability and simplicity.

I have professionally guided in a variety of fields for the last 9 years, with all summer seasons being spent on the water in some form or another. From drift boats to oar-framed rafts to kayaks and canoes, I have logged a lot of hours and miles on various rivers, from Wyoming and Idaho to Virginia.

The Wingman outrigger is such a practical accessory for your canoe for a variety of reasons. For starters, the additional cooler space is awesome, especially for those who like to spend multiple nights on the river without sacrificing proper gear and good food and drink. And it is not just the coolers, but the platform as well that can support a ton of gear on top, or better yet, the rewards of a successful hunt as you come out of camp.

And even if you do not need it for storage, it is such a nice platform to have integrated into your canoe. From a place to rig your fishing rod and keep your tackle, to a seat for your dog or child, it takes your canoe setup to a new level. It also makes for a helluva casting platform! Lastly, the version I used transformed into a great camp table for a camp kitchen. From a stability standpoint, it made my canoe nearly impossible to flip, which was a huge plus on cold weather floats or if I were floating with young kids.

With the dedicated outdoorsman in mind, Drew and Austin have put this thing to the test and have done a great job of improving the product since the first prototype. Wayne Wiley of Brownstown Township has this sort of man cave.

Right after toys in the order of importance comes the bar. This type of man cave owner is more apt to share his playpen with friends and the fairer sex. The space, after all, is just right for entertaining. He wants his space to be all-guy. Dave Wilkie has this sort of man cave, a space he created in his garage. Frank Kootsillas of Southgate also uses his man cave, created in a spare bedroom, to serve as a guys-only space.

Gary Manoogian of Taylor is another guy who finds that the inch flat screen TV in his basement man cave keeps the peace. Ah, but the joy of not having to share the remote control works two ways, said Barbara Daversa of Southgate.

Sportsman Paul North of Rockwood and his wife, MaryAnn, also find they can both watch what they want on TV, thanks to his basement man cave. Newlywed Megan Rader of Allen Park said she has no problem that her husband, Mike, turned their basement into a man cave.

Joe Sorovetz of Brownstown started making his basement man cave when his wife, Renee, was out of town. The only thing the Sorovetzes disagreed on was the number of TVs in the man cave. It has just about everything, including a foot full bar, three flat-screen TVs, skylights and a balcony.

Madeleine and Paul Hootman use the man cave he created in their New Boston home to entertain, too. Brian Ramirez of Wyandotte has a unique take on the man cave. He purposely created his basement guy place as a living area for an emergency, he said.

Bob Atkari of Taylor also cranks up the music — jazz, Big Band and s rock — in his man cave. Randy Massey of Brownstown has incorporated many music elements into his man cave, too, which is decorated in retro style, and even includes a tiki bar and a dance floor, he said.

Tom Bartos of Woodhaven has a completely different take on his man cave, created in a spare bedroom. I think that is what a man cave should do for all of us. Michael Gaydos of Taylor credits his wife, Brenda, for allowing him to turn their living room into his man cave and art studio, which has a hotrod theme.

Carolyn Hacker of Taylor said her guy, Alan, spends a ton of time in his man cave, even eating dinner there on occasion. Jeff Tyler of Brownstown said he shares his man cave with his wife, Michelle, who enjoys the bar, game system and memorabilia just as much as he does. Gregg Adkins of Lincoln Park is such a big football fan that he keeps a 3-foot Christmas tree on the bar in his basement man cave year round. The tree is decorated with a football motif. Dave and Kelly Klein of Lincoln Park enjoy their motorcycle-themed, basement man cave together, too, and share it with their friends and family to watch movies on the inch TV, shoot pool or just hang out at the bar.

That way, everybody leaves a little bit of themselves behind. Now it has become a place to watch sports on TV and for Bob to hide out and grab some time for himself, which is nice for her, too, Jane said. Downriver man caves sport a wide variety of decor. Outdoorsman Dave Oakley of Lincoln Park has created a man cave with a woodsy feel, he said. My wife has helped put up moose decorations and pine tree borders on the walls.

Stephen Semetko of Wyandotte has given his basement man cave a sports referee theme. Former Trenton resident Leon Judd has given his Northville man cave, created from a spare bedroom, a golf theme.

He created the space for himself when his wife was out of town. Art Zasadny of Trenton said he uses his garage man cave to surf the Internet and pursue his hobbies, and then moves the whole setup into the basement for the winter.

He has his computer, which he plays a thousand songs off of, and two TVs.

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