Wilderness Systems Apex Angler Carbon Paddle

Wilderness Systems Apex Angler Carbon Paddle
Wilderness Systems Apex Angler Carbon Paddle
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Apex Angler Carbon Paddle by Wilderness Systems
The Apex Angler Carbon paddle is built to help you navigate waterways to get to ideal fishing spots. The adjustable length is locked in with a simple flip of a lever to keep you comfortable no matter your seat height, while the full carbon construction keeps things lightweight.

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SKU: WIL003W
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