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OK we know what you got now but

Post by Louie »

what did you use to have?

My boat progression is as follow

Alum sumthin (Longest)
Sunburst II
Teaureau (Shortest)
Paddling Benefactor
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I cant count

Post by Wendy »

Grumman years ago- 60s?
Probe 12
Probe 12II
Prelude (Savage)
Spanish FLy (Craig bought it)
VErtige X
Prodigy X
Another Spanish Fly- still have it
Another Ocoee
I see plastic in my future
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Post by Lengthy »

Louie your boats got worse as they went, past the OCA. Now that's the boat you should still be in, especially at your age. :lol:
You know what they say about guys with long boats.............. I have a 16 footer!

Post by Louie »

ya and i might not should still be makin babies, but I am.
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Line up

Post by jottsee »

Boat progression and current home of boat

Wood and Canvas - Candle Lake, Saskatchewan
Old Town Tripper - Candle Lake, Saskatchewan
Wenonah Adirondak - Madison, Wisconsin
Nova Craft Supernova - Candle Lake, Saskatchewan
Dagger Encore - Madison, Wisconsin
Esquif Taureau - West Orange, New Jersey
Esquif Zoom - Candle Lake, Saskatchewan

None of them see water near enough!

Post by Louie »

You went from an Encore to a Teaureau? Bet that took some gettin use to.
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Post by TonyB »

Mohawk Challenger
Madriver ME
Esquif Nitro
Savage skeeter

I'm leaving the Buttboats out
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Post by ezwater »

This is the order of purchase. I no longer have boats with *

Moore Voyageur (fast tandem tripper)
Mad River Compatriot (13' sharp-ended open)*
Fiberglass Hahn c-1*
Perception Sage "Miss Piggy" *
Old Town Tripper (bought used)*
Noah Magma c-1 (terrible c-1, converted to kayak)
Phoenix "Slipper" c-1
Perception Dancer XT (awful kayak)*
Perception Corsica (much better)
Necky Looksha Sport touring kayak
Dagger Zealot (first out of the mold)
Mad River Synergy
Millbrook Wide Ride (used)
Millbrook Big Boy
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Post by jottsee »

Ya it was interesting. I drove down to ALF 2007 without a boat and bought it from Bill Reap - had my first run in the snow on crab orchard creek I think. There may have been some swimming that day. Had a great few days at ALF that year and can't wait to bring that little orange boat back to TN.

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Post by Standingman »

Sunburst II
XL 13
Viper 12
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Post by jroneil »

Red coleman canoe paid 225 kept it for 20 years and sold it for 150
3 OT Otter Kayak Kids got to big last year the deck was at the water line or below so I sold them
Discovery 169 my wiife thought I had to many boats and it was really heavy use money to pay off the Caption
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Post by TheKrikkitWars »

Jackson Superstar - Kayak
Dagger Crazy 88 ) - bought as kayak, became first C1
CU Fly - My Favourate boat
BlissStick Scud - I miss this one
Pyranha MicroBat 250 - total pig, but it got me used to using a big boat...
Dagger Nomad - felt bland, very easy to paddle though
Liquid Logic Jefe - got the shell for free. Great stuff, bit tippy but I'm determined to get used to it; now has a 2' long crack in the bottom, gets welded after almost every trip .
Savage Prelude - Needs reoutfitting, the last two owners where about 8" shorter than me.
Joshua Kelly - "More George Smiley than James Bond"

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Post by tennOC »

Bluehole 17A
Loweline (aluminum cruiser)
Noah Jape C-1
Rainbow Boatworks Rattler
Edge (member of Team Edge)
SuperBatmax from Jesse Whittemore (Aramid Charger)
Same SuperBat cut down with no wings
Shred (squirt C-1 Crae Dalton and I did back in '87)
Super Fly
Spanish Fly
Drifter (new proto tandem )

Also have a Firefly (a Frankie rec. boat that never saw production)
Savauge Prelude I kept for historical purposes
BrownDog Boats- "Bring the Dog"
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Post by 2opnboat1 »

Mohawk Whitewater
Skip about 10 years
Probe 12II
Whitesell Whirlwind x 5
Wave Sport X (C-1)
Esquif Detonator
a few others
Mohwk period starts

Viper 11
Black Dog (a black bag project that is still in the works with No release date for awhile)
Richard Guin
Lazy good for nothing slacker
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Post by sbroam »

Primary boats only :

Coleman "Marine 17" *1
Mad River ME - shorter
Mohawk Viper 12 -shorter
Perception Slasher -shorter
Perception Whiplash conversion -shorter
Perception UltrClean conversion -shorter
WaveSport Score conversion -longer (but not much)
Zephyr -longer
Spanish Fly -shorter

*1 thought I should count that one - it was the first boat I owned that I paddled on whitewater
*2 right about then I got an ME again for paddling with the kids - I paddle it almost as much as the solo boats.
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