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  Posted by: byruma on Jun-16-13 6:36 PM (EST)
 

That's what I figured with the sea eagle 330. It's rated up to class iii as well. Again, top speed is not as important as safety in mild chop (not extreme conditions like the above poster showed) and ability to reenter if I flip. Not so worried about popping a tube on the lake, but I would assume a class iii whitewater is far more than I would be throwing at it in lake erie

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