Fightingthetide wrote:At 300', you could try to throw something like a beat Roc to get it to finish slightly to the right. Something like that, or maybe a beat Champ Leopard thrown flat. Basically, a slower disc will fade less and also be easier to control at 300'.
LuckyEagle405 wrote:Thanks for the advice guys. So back to the disc selection, would a slower under stable disc be less likely to turn and burn?
Not really, there are slow discs that have a very snappy turn (D-FD for example) and there are faster discs that have a very smooth turn (S-TD for example). What you probably want is a disc with a smooth turn if you want to keep it from burning, and at that point I'd personally suggest something like a Champ Leopard, S-Line FD, or a River.LuckyEagle405 wrote:Thanks for the advice guys. So back to the disc selection, would a slower under stable disc be less likely to turn and burn?
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