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Submitted: 07-08-2004 by JPM

I've only tried a handful of boats. Both nonplaning and planing type hulls. While I can hit my roll with this, the 220 is not as easy as the Dagger rpm. As for surfing, it's maneuverable and forgiving. Front enders are a breeze. The boat is comfortable even with the Inazone outfitting but only for 3 to hrs. I've found in big pushy water that I don't have as much control and a bigger volume boat would be the better choice. All around it's good for play and river running and would recommend the 220 for anyone up to 160lbs but no more. Also it's not meant for speed, especially attaining, it tends to pearl on the bow.
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