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Old 05-20-2004   #1
Conejos Canyon & Houston, CO & TX
Paddling Since: 1979
Join Date: May 2004
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ZG vs EZ vs Release

Former Coloradoan living in texas looking for some advice on a new boat. Nothin to demo here & trying to get some beta before a memorial day trip. 170#, 5,'7" 12 years class III-IV boating experience, lately in a delerious. Looking for a single boat to run mostly III's with an occasional IV (Numbers or the like). Hopefully a little more comfortable than the delerious & not too much slower. Interested 'old school' downriver + play capability...surfing, squirting & hole riding but probably won't be doing much in the way of aerials. Is the ZG really that fast (do I take a 48?)? Anything else I should consider? Should I stick with the Delerious? Thanks-
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