Denver Discer wrote:Found a roc at a course in Minnesota with no name on it, and it was an Ontario roc...so about 10 years old....beat to hell....it's a great turn over mid-range And just the other day found what someone told me was a first run Z XS
Bradley Walker wrote:I found a KC Roc yesterday.
For some reason I never find discs, even though I look.
this is the first disc I found that went into my bag. Nice, flat flying Roc.
Thatdirtykid wrote:you ask me a crush is more disc to handle than a orc, but a hell of alot better in the wind and more predictable. and yeah other than dx cheetas and champ valks, I agree alot of fast overstable stuff in the ponds...
Thatdirtykid wrote:I think the difference is the park in question is a sewage drainage basin... the water is horrible... without waders you deal with alot of trash, glass, leeches and other parisites. (Ive been in a couple times w/ o waders, I still will durning a round if I can see the disc, because someone else is likely to pick it up.
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