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Looking for a Large creeker

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Looking for a Large creeker




Looking for a large creeker; something like:
LL Remix 79
Dagger Nomad 8.5
SuperHero
Fluid Solo
L Burn
Everest

What have you got (that you can let go of)?
Thanks!
Bill

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Post on Sun 27 Nov 2011, 7:37 pm by kayakjunkie

Hey there wasatchbill:

I have a Dragorossi Critical Mass that may meet your needs. The length and speed and volume distribution provide excellent tracking and an excellent platform for punching holes. The rocker profile helps the boat turn as if it were a foot shorter.

The boat has been down Bridal Veil about 4 times and in the pool a couple of times. Due to a number of surgeries and rotator cuff injuries I haven't been on the water since Aug. 2010, so there really isn't much wear on the boat.

Let me know if you have questions or would like more photos or to see / demo the boat.

Jesse Dean / kayakjunkie@gmail.com / 801-692-3326

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Post on Mon 28 Nov 2011, 12:03 am by wasatchbill

Hey Jesse,
Sorry to hear about the shoulder surgeries.
That was an old post from June, but I'd still be interested to try out the Critical Mass. If it was a little more beat up, it might be more in my price range :-). The Weber is running; there is a rock-free section above Riverdale wave where I've been doing some attainment workouts in a Nomad 8.5, so it should be a good comparison. There is an attainment move on the upstream side of Riverdale Road that I can barely do in the Nomad.

If anyone else is interested in this section, if you go to the old Riverdale putin on 4400S, but putin upstream 50 yards (above the class II that I can't attain up), then you can attain up about a third of a mile, with some nice eddy turns. Then you can drop through the class II (eddy on the right), and go down to above the first drop, and work back up to the 4400S takeout.
Cheers
Bill

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Post on Mon 28 Nov 2011, 9:36 am by kayakjunkie

That would be fine, any time in particular? Give me a call at 801-698-3326 to arrange a time.

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