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When I started the "What's In Your Bag" thread, 120 posts ago, I listed what follows this post as the first reply as my bag contents. Some of that has definitely changed. Funny, 'cause I thought at the time I was settled. Hmm. How about you? Anything changed this year?

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Let's see...
New:
A new Rhino Champion Putter
FLX Drone - I love it!
A really gummy Champion Beast - 163g
ESP Force - Nice in the wind
Pro Valkyrie - replacing an old Valk
Champion Orc - got it on Discaroo as something to try this year
Star Wraith - I'm liking it the more I throw it

Older stuff:
Star Beast - 165g
Champion Beast - 168g
ESP Tracker -
ESP Pulse
Elite Z Avenger
A beat up Pro-D Crush
An ESP Buzzz
An Elite Z Buzzz - These are my work horse discs
A couple of old putters
In my bag I've been switching out a lot of "play discs", things that overlapped w/ others. For example, adding a 3rd Buzz, a FLX Drone, and an X Stratus really took out a few drivers. Now that I have my rollers down, I dont need to play w/ a roadrunner, sidewinder, and an SS. I also have Champ & Star Leopards that I added.

Drivers have been the same since last late summer. Teerex's, Destroyers, Wraiths, Beasts, Rogues, Leopards, Buzzes,

Wait.

Teerex's are new. The Destroyers, Wraiths, Beasts are same. Rogue is the same, Leopards are new, FLX Drone is new, Stratus is new, and the Buzzes are the same. Wizard & Banger are the same as well.

Thinking about a Pro destroyer, but don't think i need it. I have the Star & a CFR for straight/flippy/distance, then the Star Wraith for controlled distance, and the Teerex's for overstable distance. I think I'm good there.
I like the fact that with this discussion I can see what others are using to hit trees. My Bag changes about every couple of weeks depending on which course(s) I play and if I am trying to work-in a newer disc.

My bag is an older Wall City bag that only holds about 16 discs.

Usually, my TreeFinders include,

3 DX Aviars
1 KC Pro 12x Aviar
1 Star Destroyer
1 Champ Firebird
2 Champ Sidewinders
1 CE Valkyrie
1 Champ Leopard
4 Rocs
2 Stingrays
Three major changes in the last year,

I went from the Valk to the SOLS or QOLS, and I went from the Viking to the QOLF.

These two discs feel good in my hand and are plenty long!

I also added in the Tee Bird, a disc I haven't used in several years. For my arm, this disc makes an excellent up wind driver up to 15 miles per hour.

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