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Old 02-26-2012   #1
 
Fort Collins, Colorado
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Which creek boat do you like?

There are so many choices now for creek/ run the gnar boats. Which one do you paddle? Which one would you rather be paddling?

Burn and Shiva

Hero and Villain

Jefe and Stomper

Mamba and Nomad

Solo and Detox

Pure

Habitat

Dropzone and Force (Big Dog kayaks...)

Others? Besides using your EZG as a creek boat...

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Old 02-26-2012   #2
 
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Have a jefe really want a stomper. Store demo is fine for now
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Old 02-26-2012   #3
 
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Burn all the way! I have not paddled the shiva yet
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Old 02-26-2012   #4
 
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if you look at a boats performance history ,and your wanting the the best- most used and copied creek boat ever (not river runner)- you get a dagger nomad. with that in mind ,you can see tons of class five being paddled by tons of kayakers all over the world- (kayaksession.com) in just about every brand imaginable -but you count em when you see em and the nomad will be the one you see the most. for a reason.
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Old 02-26-2012   #5
 
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Your list is missing something...

The Necky Blunt... Timeless design and incomparable outfitting. It was so ahead of its time that it's not even back yet.
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Old 02-26-2012   #6
 
Arkansas during the off-season Nomadic during the summers! :), Arkansas & Colorado
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The one that fits you, your rivers, and your paddling style!

I have 2 Burns and (bought an extra one as a backup) love 'em!
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Old 02-26-2012   #7
 
Denver, Colorado
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Definitely the stomper... got a chance to demo a few weeks ago, hopefully picking one up next week... BA outfitting is awesome, kind of similar to a burn, alot more rocker, rolls easier and more stability.
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Fluid Bazooka. New this season and ready to stomp. New boat, new outfitting...it's gonna rip!
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I have a Stomper 90 and like it a lot. I've also paddled a Jefe Grande, Nomad 8.5, Remix 79 and Habitat 80 and rank them all in that order as far as how much I like them.
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stomper or burn will be my next boat. Still deciding how much rail I want.
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