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Old 09-29-2013   #11
Join Date: Aug 2004
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For the tall folks out there, my boat collection is;

Jackson SuperFun (2 of them) - "Play boat" and geneal river runner
Jackson Karma L - creeker
Perception Corsica - my first boat, fun to take out once or twice a year.
Jackson Mega Rocker - back up creeker, need to sell

On the possibly purchase list is a LL freeride 67. I'm amazed my 39" inseam can fit comfortably in that boat and that it's 4" shorter than a SuperFun.

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Old 09-29-2013   #12
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Wheeler, Oregon
Paddling Since: 2008
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2009 Liquid Logic jefe grande
2012 Pyranha Burn L
2007 Jackson 4Fun

The Burn gets more use than the other two. It's a good all around boat for me.

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Old 09-29-2013   #13
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Nomad 8.5
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Old 09-29-2013   #14
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BZN, Montana
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I paddle a Jefe and a project.

If you're looking for fast I think the boats to look at first are:
Liquid Logic Remix,
Pyranha shiva,
Jackson Villian or Karma or Zen (depending on other wants)

If you are interested in carving eddies and dipping your stern everyone most of the new creekers/river runners aren't so hot at it with a few exceptions. The new playboats are incredibly slow but fun for the play parks which are all over Colorado and a safe low pressure way to learn for the kids.
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Old 09-30-2013   #15
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Silverthorne, Colorado
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I currently have a Liquidlogic Remix 79, I have been using as my primary creek boat this year, super fast and predictable. I also have a Stomper 90 that is the go to boof machine, and a busted ass Jefe Grande (approximately 10 welds) for when things get manky.
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Old 10-03-2013   #16
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Thanks to those who have posted their quiver so far. Would enjoy seeing more!
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Old 10-03-2013   #17
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Durango, Colorado
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5-10 / 170 lbs
Playboat - 2010/11 Jackson Allstar
Creeker - 2012 LiquidLogic Stomper 90

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Old 10-04-2013   #18
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I'd probably even own a couple more boats if I could justify it's usage but rarely use the Diesel as it is....

Creeker - Lg Fluid Solo
River Run - Jackson Superfun
" " - Wavesprt Diesel75
Playboat - Jackson Superstar
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Old 10-04-2013   #19
Erie, Colorado
Paddling Since: 2002
Join Date: Jan 2010
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They don't get enough love and attention, but my quiver consist of:
Riot Trickster - still fits me like a glove, but with a growing gut it is turning into a mystery move machine or better yet a submarine.
Fluid Donsa - this boat must be bomber as it survived Leif's rough treatment (I only paddle really tame stuff)

Kim, my daughter's quiver:
Wavesport EZ - she loves this boat as it is like her favorite pair of old shoes.
Jackson Zen - has not yet acheived old shoe status

Max's quiver (he is on Team Dagger):
Dagger Dynamo - his first boat which is now being used by Marty's (polo kiwi dude in Ft Collins). As soon as she is done with it, Max is mounting the Dynamo on the wall. He is very sentimental that way.
Dagger Jitsu 5.5 - his freestyle boat which is now retired
Dagger Carbon Jitsu 5.9 - his freestyle competition boat
Dagger Mamba 8.6 creek version - for creeking, river running
Murky Water Slip - his squirt competition boat. This boat is truly a piece of art and I am sure it will be mounted on the wall as soon as he too big for it.
Vajda Galaxy - slalom boat
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Old 10-05-2013   #20
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Large LL Stomper
Large Dagger Jitsu

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