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I won a rogue today and would like some info on this disc. I know it made by Discraft and is similar to a Surge. What plastics does this disc come in? Mine is kinda Z I think, not really as transparent. What is the difference between the Surge and Rogue? Any feedback would be appreciated.

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mark ellis said:
I really like Rogues. They are my primary long range anhyzer drivers. The glide on this disc is exceptional. It is designed to be a slightly less stable version of the Surge. The various runs of the Rogue vary a bit but they are all useful. The newest runs of fluorescent red ones are the most flippy yet and superb.

Which one did you find to be the stablest
Thanks Mark, your experience and knowledge are much appreciated and an asset to this site.
Jay and January inquired: Which one did you find to be the stablest?

The Sparkle Z's
mark ellis said:
Jay and January inquired: Which one did you find to be the stablest?

The Sparkle Z's

thank you Mark, good advice to pass on to my customers...
I don't know if Mark is throwing Rogues. I am. I've noticed that the orange ones tend to be stable and the white and bright green ones tend to be understable. I keep losing my understable Rogue. I've lost three this year.

If you need Rogues, Tsunamis, Blowflies, Shockwaves, the whole DGA line, I've got 'em.
Bruce Brakel said:
I don't know if Mark is throwing Rogues. I am. I've noticed that the orange ones tend to be stable and the white and bright green ones tend to be understable. I keep losing my understable Rogue. I've lost three this year.

I do throw Rogues. My primary flip driver is a first run, mustard yellow one. How many hours of my life have I spent searching for that disc? It flips and glides forever out of sight. Then it buries in the leaves. Some leaves are sort of mustard yellow. Some bushes and grasses are sort of mustard yellow. I would abandon that disc for another except it flies too well.

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