WANTED: A FAST playboat

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WANTED: A FAST playboat

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I have my heart set on an Orbit Fish but any suggestions/offers are welcome.

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Post by Tom_Laws »

Try a drago fish, and see what you think. I like mine.

Orbit fish is also very very good, and will shred in Uganda.

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Post by Badbach »

Dagger Crazy88 is speedy for a little boat.
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Post by MrJazz »

still in need!

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Post by mattclarke »

Big EZ with immersion research back rest, doubles up as playboat and river boat. the design won world freestyle champs few years back if i remember right

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Post by caveman_si »

Matt i take it that you are selling a boat not just making a recommendation?

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Post by mattclarke »

well not just yet not selling unless someone makes me an offer i cant refuse. but still think its a good playboat, maybe not the most radical, but mr potts seems to cope well enough

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Post by mattclarke »

just contemplating getting it to cardiff could be a problem. as still not sure how i gonna get rest of stuff down there let alone a 7 foot kayak

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Post by au_dave »

Obviously you can carry a kayak on a train.

It'd be lighter than a storm so its all good.

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As an aside the dagger ultrafuge is pretty quick and pretty slicey, will wheel nicely, spin, just won't ever bounce. (and might be for sale some time in the next 6 months)

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Post by mattclarke »

as may my own boat, see how life progresses and where my paddling leads me, thinking a nic ebig creek boat

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I have a shiny new red fish for sale -open to sensible offers

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