Trib Strike, Lynx or Outfitter as steepcreeker - Mountain Buzz

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Old 08-03-2013   #1
Enfield, New Hampshire
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Trib Strike, Lynx or Outfitter as steepcreeker

Anyone using any of these as their creeker? For drops upto 20'or so?How do they perform? Any of these better than the other. I paddle hardshell and IK and am wanting to get into easy to moder. creeking, which would be a faster learning curve, IK or hardshell, [either a Nomad or a Superhero]?
Thanks for any advise on this.

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Old 08-03-2013   #2
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Lynx....outfitter is bigger is n 't it ?strike is not as durable....used to run lots of solid IV -IV plus Front Range mank in a Lynx. (and 15' ish travertine falls) .great boat...have a Force a more fun boat but you definitely get spanked more too...faceplanted the only 20 'er I ever ran but had literally no warm up and first drop of season...

Nomad! depends on you but most creekers are hardshell kayakers for a reason...packrafts are getting better and better and another option...surprised someone in your part of the country is not a Thrillseeker fan..
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