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I've really enjoyed the Eddyline Sky10 for remote smaller water. I own a nice long 17'-7" touring kayak for big water down on the coast. This little 10-footer has been ideal for smaller spring-fed rivers with difficult access. Hey, it only weighs 30-some pounds, so a 1/2-mile hike to the river access is no big deal. I love its maneuverability. Highly recommend this as a boat that you will use all the time.
I really enjoyed using the Baffin 2 kayak on the Shenandoah River in Virginia last week. The normally placid water was exceptionally high and fast due to heavy rains. It was a real comfort to paddle a stable kayak under these conditions. The Baffin 2 rides high and naturally levels itself, compensating for the rough water. My 30-lb of gear stored comfortably in the water-tight compartment and did not throw off the boat's stability. The kayak was fast and responded quickly when upcoming rocks showed themselves in the current. I would highly recommend the Boreal Baffin 2 for technical fast water conditions on big rivers.