Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button

Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button
Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button
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Angler Pro Carbon Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button by Bending Branches
When you take your kayak to the lake, your goal is to get to your favorite fishing spot without losing the energy you need for a day of casting. Use the Bending Branches Angler Pro Carbon Fishing Paddle, and move efficiently across the water. Constructed fully from carbon, the Angler Pro Carbon is deceptively light for how strong and effective it is. The blades cut smoothly through the water as the oval-shaped shaft sits comfortably in your hands, and the feather angle adjusts simply for changing conditions or paddlers thanks to the snap-button ferrule. Once you get to the main event--fishing--you can give the paddle a rest until you get a bite from a trophy and haul it up to be measured against the printed measuring tape on the shaft.

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