Sho Gun v. Stikine - Mountain Buzz

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Old 09-14-2009   #1
Denver, Colorado
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Sho Gun v. Stikine

Anyone have any strong preference for one or the other? I creek boat, almost exclusively, and obviously the sho-gun is the dedicated creeker paddle. But I'm also wondering if anyone who paddles the sho-gun notices sore shoulders / dislocations, pain, etc from those big ass blades. Conversely, anyone get a stikine and feel like they can't move a loaded boat? Or that they don't get enough oomph out of the strokes? Anyone have any strong preference for one or the other that they care to share?

Of course, I'm coming from an old-school, whittled down lightning that closely resembles a q-tip, so either will be a big improvement. Don't want to drop $450 on the wrong one, though.

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