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Well everyone has a favorite disc for a particular situation, and I'm no exception to that rule. I definately don't look blindly into my bag as I approach my next shot. Here is a mix of what I carry and how I use them.

1st off is the drive and this varies depending on distance, turn, and throwing room. Typically my first choice for a sidearm is going to be a Firebird or a T-rex if it is long, star plastic for both. They are highly dependable and versatile as well. Backhand usually favors the T-rex or a Star Max, not to leave out the Destroyer. UD's vary between a Wraith, T-rex, Firebird or Destroyer depending on distance, and the way I mentioned them is my rule of thumb in distance from short to long.

2nd off comes the approach which I find myself highly faithful to the KC Pro Roc. I carry 5 of them in my bag for different lines I might face but they are the truest flight I have thrown and nothing seems to compare to them for me at least. I will use a soft Wizard for approaches as well, but that is usually inside 200' and dependent on the wind and what it's doing at the time.

Putt is always a Wizard Super Soft or Super Stupid Soft. Nothing feels better in my hand or leaving it and it's flight is smooth and dependable. I've tried others pushed by other players but never felt the touch that I do with the Wizard. Here is my bag in the order I keep them in my bag.

T-rex, Max, Destroyer, Epic, 3 star Firebird's 1 Champion Firebird, 1 dx Firebird, pro-line Raging Inferno, 2 Diablo DT's, Star Wraith 3 Pro Wraith's 1 Glow Roc, 1 Ontario Roc 1 KC Pro Roc, 1 Glow Wizard, 3 Supersoft Wizards, 1 Soft Wizard and 1 Super Stupid Soft Wizard.

Yup 25 make the trip with me each round and although it seems like a lot each of them has a job that they do better than another.

What's In Your Bag LOL

Grip it and Rip it!!!!!

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Comment by dmedina on January 23, 2008 at 5:58pm
my bag can change from course to course but for the most part there a few discs that have been in my bag for years. i have had a first run TL in my bag for probably the last four years and I hope that I never run out. There is no disc that I have found that is as useful and simple to throw as the original CE TL's. Luckily I got a few of them before they started costing a weeks pay.

I have one star and one pro (clear) firebird. for some tracks I will mix in a max for that extra skippy action but I like the flight of a firebird better. I have probably three other teebirds in the bag besides the TL. Right now I have one 11X, one CE, and one glow CFR. They are all different flights from flippy-str8 to stable. I have been throwing the sparkle rogues since late last year. awesome disc for controlled distance. probably similar to a sidewinder but with more glide. the destroyer is insanely fast so I use one of those when I can just rip without caring about the line as much. I also throw a SB orc for long low ceilings and for controlled distance. nice fairly stable disc in really grippy plastic.

ROCS, ROCS, ROCS. i mix it up with 10X KCS, DX, 11X KCS, and san marinos. i have four rocs in my bag 99% of the time. Putters are another story. I like BB aviars and the old ching stamped aviars as well. I like to beat the crap out of my putters. Lately I am using an old omega for outside putts and I have been playing around with a 1080 for a few months.

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