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  Posted by: wavespinner on Oct-23-12 6:55 PM (EST)
 

As you noted, for river running the smaller is going to be more sensitive to current, holes, etc. That said, you're talking about a class of boat where try-before-you-buy (especially at a new price) is absolutely critical. I would definitely do comparison paddling (recommend the Jackson 4Fun - switched to that from the Fuse).

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