Wilderness Systems Alpha Fiberglass Paddle

Wilderness Systems Alpha Fiberglass Paddle
Wilderness Systems Alpha Fiberglass Paddle
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Alpha Fiberglass Paddle by Wilderness Systems
Cut through the water on your way to your fishing spot with the Wilderness Systems Alpha Fiberglass Paddle. Working well with all types of kayak, the Alpha Fiberglass paddle is the ideal companion for the hardworking angler poised to fish in all conditions. It features a powerful and aggressive blade designed to deliver higher speeds on the water, thus allowing you to spend less time getting to the fish and more time pulling them into your boat. Made to meld with height-adjustable seating systems, this paddle is full of fishing-specific features, including a line hook in the blade and a 0-36-inch measuring tape on the shaft. The built-in LeverLock adjustability system expands from 240 centimeters to 260 centimeters to accommodate anglers and everyday paddlers of all sizes.

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SKU: WIL003Y
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