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

Bending Branches Angler Pro Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button
Bending Branches Angler Pro Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button
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Angler Pro Fishing Paddle - 2-Piece Snap-Button by Bending Branches
The feeling of your paddle propelling your kayak across crystal clear water is half the fun of getting out on the lake. Fishing, of course, is the other half, and the Bending Branches Angler Pro Fishing Paddle can help with both. Its oversized, fiberglass blades make it efficient to move across the water, and the lightweight carbon handle conserves your energy to stave off fatigue. The snap-button ferrule adjusts easily so you can change the feather angle for your style, and the oval-shaped shaft is comfortable to hold for long periods of time. Bending Branches even gave the shaft a printed tape measure, so you can measure your catch in metric or standard units once you pull it in.

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