Wilderness Systems Origin Angler Paddle

Wilderness Systems Origin Angler Paddle
Wilderness Systems Origin Angler Paddle
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Origin Angler Paddle by Wilderness Systems
Wilderness System's Origin Angler Paddle is a fiberglass-blend paddle that's built to match the quality and performance of the company's tournament-winning fishing kayaks. Using a blend of carbon and fiberglass, the Origin Angler is lightweight and durable, with a fully adjustable design. It features the proprietary Leverlock adjustable ferrule system, a low-profile lever that allows for infinite feathering angles and 20cm of length management, allowing paddlers to choose whichever type of kayak or seat position they prefer best. The Origin Angler includes a handy measuring graphic for double-checking your catch, and the blade is built with an integrated line hook that lets you grab line and remove it from snags or tree limbs.

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