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Old 09-11-2017, 09:08 PM
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So I quickly realized that I still need an Overstable mid to compliment my comet. Zone is amazing but when I need a straight shot out to 330' that's fades left the zone doesn't cut it. Fades way too fast. So I put a kc pro roc back in the bag to compliment.
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Old 09-11-2017, 09:11 PM
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Also fear losing a beat undertaker as I would have a tuff time replacing it. So I bagged an escape as an understable compliment. This way I can throw stock plastic without fear of losing. I guess the Philo Bag wasn't really for me after all.
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Old 09-11-2017, 10:50 PM
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I bag:

3 Destroyers: Star, Echo
2 Tern: Echo, Star
2 Firebirds: Sexton, 11x
1 Teebird3: MF
1 Leopard3: Star
5 Roc3s: DX, Mcpro, Champ,MF
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Old 09-13-2017, 11:45 PM
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In 2015 I did take out 2 molds, 3 discs total and then last year at the end replcaed a disc with a max Star plastic version of the DX Shark I had. Still wondering about the DX Stingrays one a 166 gram beat in one for tail wind midrange only, then the other is a 174 gram one for no wind days, I never really use them but I wonder if I could take them out And I would be just fine as Most of South Dakota has wind. I have only 10 molds but maybe getting rid of one I do not really use could save time in having the right disc. Last few times I used the Stingray it did landed in shallow water. I also think changing that up for a Super Stingray, a more wind cutting disc but then that would be the same disc flight as my Impact just shorter flight when I can just throw with less power with my Impacts. Maybe I can get rid of the Stingray molds and Have 9 molds of disc I am not sure; I will be testing this next year dropping the Stingray mold. I live in a windy area so I think dropping the Stingray could help my game.

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Old 09-14-2017, 03:41 PM
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As I've shed molds my game has gotten cleaner and more predictable.

I'm down to 7 (although I only carry Roadrunners in the woods):
Destroyers
Firebirds
Orion LFs
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Harps
Wizards

I'm awfully close to ditching Harps too. In favor of more Champ Rocs.
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