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Old 05-10-2008   #1
 
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Help for a beginner

Does this boat look good for a beginner? Its the one on the bottom, the mojo

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I'd stay in the more "traditional" route.
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I've never paddled one but from the right up.. "The even volume taper, broad flare and forgiving lines of the Mojo will give you a stable, fast and forgiving ride!" I'd say yeah it could be a good ride for a beginner and sounds like if you get good quick you can hold on to it to do a little creeking in it. That being said I'd never buy a boat without demoing it first... I just looked at the first boat on that list, the Mad Dog. I paddled one of those before and it was the sketchiest thing I've ever been in...
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What would be a better buy, this boat or the LL session +? I am thinking this one just because it hasn't been discontinued but I am still getting a good deal on it. Thanks for the tips.
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The session + is not a beginner boat.
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The session + is not a beginner boat.
I have heard that, its one of the boats within my budget.
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Any boat can be a beginners boat....

It all depends on the beating the beginner is willing to take.
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Alright thanks for the tips. I am gonna take a risk and go for the massive mojo, hopefully I won't regret it.
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If you are in Colorado I can set you up next weekend with a better deal.

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If you are in Colorado I can set you up next weekend with a better deal.

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