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  seems like you answered your
  Posted by: daggermat on Oct-21-12 1:49 PM (EST)
 

own question, as well as understand why we all have multiple boats. As a non-yakker, but a general hunch, how about a used river runner, something that needn't be latest design, and something new in a smaller size? My main paddle partner, around 220, has a Project 54(?) that he uses for play (tight squeeze), and an old LL Gus for his river running/surfing, as well as a Castine for mellower runs...and a sea kayak for the saltwater.

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