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When do you need Burton Fish ?

Hey guys,
I have won a Burton Fish 160 and I don't know if / when / where will I ever use it.
I am using a GNU Pickle 150 all over the place (including the "freeride" contest I won the fish) and I am amazed by the float. I am a very light dude at 142lbs and I am wondering what can the Fish do to make my pow days better ? I don't really get back leg burn and when I do, I ride switch and I love it.

What I am thinking is that here in Romania, we never get the conditions for the Fish to shine.

What do you guys think, should I keep it ? If so, what bindings should I mount on it ?

Thanks
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Hey guys,
I have won a Burton Fish 160 and I don't know if / when / where will I ever use it.
I am using a GNU Pickle 150 all over the place (including the "freeride" contest I won the fish) and I am amazed by the float. I am a very light dude at 142lbs and I am wondering what can the Fish do to make my pow days better ? I don't really get back leg burn and when I do, I ride switch and I love it.

What I am thinking is that here in Romania, we never get the conditions for the Fish to shine.

What do you guys think, should I keep it ? If so, what bindings should I mount on it ?

Thanks
I would say sell or trade it - even if you are going to encounter the right conditions for it (pow, lots of it - unlikely in Romania, but maybe on a trip), the 160 is too long for you at 142lbs.
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