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Old 03-21-2007   #1
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boat advice?

im looking to buy a new boat im 6.2 but its all legs and im only 150 lbs i cant fit into the agent 6.2 but im worried the 6.4 is too big for me.
im also wondering about the wave sport project 62 and the all star. i liked the paranah 420 but it hut my legs way to much


any advice on a boat?

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You will swim in the project 62, I am 6' 200 with size 13 feet and I swim in it its a big boat. Someone mentioned that by trimming the foam by the feet they were able to fit a 6'5 guy in the Agent 6.2.
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Old 03-22-2007   #3
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the 6.4 will just be huge on you at 150lbs and so will the big project
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Old 03-22-2007   #4
 
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I doubt you'll fit in the all star, look at the superstar.
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You will fit into an All star. I know two guys personally that are both 6,2 and fit tight, but just fine in the All Star. THey are both 185 lbs. At 150, you will be right in the correct weight range.

Demo one first, but you should be just fine and have ample foot and knee room. Albeit, a bit back in the seat.
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Logan,

You just need to pack a lunch. You know a couple pizzas a day, a little ice cream at night. I should have some Ronins to try in a couple of weeks. So if you come up to Shoshone PM me and I will bring you a boat down.

Is Denny still planning on doing some wildwater stuff up this way next week?

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