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  Posted by: Celia on Oct-01-12 6:25 PM (EST)

If someone reads the posts asking about ideas for a new boat, or a step-up boat, long timers often do talk well about the boats they own. But it is hard to do that outside of a context.

For example, I have recommended that new paddlers look at the mid-length transition boats at times, and go used, because what they wanted to do with the boat is still quite unformed. But on the same day someone can ask about a boat for a size of paddler and usage that I know - like my own. For them I can talk well about the boats in our fleet, behaviors on the water etc.

I don't see how someone could replicate that in reviews without being pretty thorough about how they used the boat and their own paddling. That's more than most (including me) would bother to do.

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