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I had 5 aces last yr and all were with a 150g innova sidewinder, and 2 aces were 2 weeks apart from each other with the same disc.
sweet color,trac is still a work in progress.
This disc may fly well in your hands but you will spend many hours searching for it.
I had a tye-dye XL in the colors dirt-brown, puke green and dull yellow. It flipped and glided like a dream but I kept losing it, usually in tournaments and eating the penalty stroke. Remarkably it kept on being returned. The last time I had had enough and threw it into the center of a big lake.
I know it's coming back one day.
i have had discs similar to this. Because of the bright blue, and yellow, and pink, (all unnatural vesions of the colors) makes it pretty easy to find any time of day except when the sun is brightest and you are playing in massive foliage. Under said conditions, I would take Mark's advice.
2004 Super Roc
11x teebirds seasoned perfectly....174g....i know it says fave disc but i love my lat64 opto river!!!
ABCDiscs Flying Squirrel..yellowish clear..155 weight.
Lat.64 Fuse goldline and/or Star Wraith. Both of these perform excellent for me in most conditions. There have been several times when I toss them both from the same tee pad, and they have landed right next to each other, a couple of times on top of each other LOL. Very predictable and they suit my throwing style and arm speed.
175 Star Rhyno anything inside 150' or a windy putting day and it's in the bag! Love how it floats and sits as soon as it lands.
for most drives.. my beat up 6 year old 164G 11X? maybe 12X ? climo star wraith I just dyed 2 weeks ago. I have a few others that are my "go-to" discs for certain shots, but I love unleashing this beast when I can.
There is something about a nice worn-in disc that you just know....if you throw it just right it will do everything you want it to.
Too bad I can't seem to get it to do that more consistently,hehe.