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Angler Classic Kayak Fishing Paddle

by: Bending Branches

Kayak fishing can be an addictive pastime. It sneaks up on you quietly, then completely hooks you. But getting there should be at least half the fun, and the Angler Classic is a first-class way to get there.



Angler Classic Kayak Fishing Paddle


A face-lift for the previous Slice Angler and a step-up from BB's entry level paddles, the Angler Classic is slightly lighter, but with classic Branches strength and style. With features like a tape measure on the shaft and a hook retrieval built right into the blade, the benefits are more than efficiency and convenience. Bringing together classic Bending Branches quality and a new look, the Angler Classic looks good in all waters. It will help you bring your A-game to your new obsession. Enjoy having the right blade color for your trip. The Sage Green blade helps you sneak up on the fish, while the Autumn Orange blade is a bright option for any waters.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Weight: 34oz  Available Lengths: 220-260cm in 10cm Increments  Feathering Angles: 0 and 60 degree Left or Right  Shaft Material: Fiberglass  Blade Material:  epX Engineered Polymer  Blade Size:  6.9 x 17.5"  Surface Area:  95 Square inches

SIZING:

Kayak Width Under 23" 24" to 28" 29"-33" 34"+
Paddler Height Recommended Paddle Length
Under 5'5" 210-220 cm 220-230 cm 230-240 cm 250 cm
5'5" - 5'11" 220 cm 230 cm 230-240 cm 250 cm
6'+ 220-230 cm 230-240 cm 240-250 cm 250-260 cm

In a sit-on-top kayak, if the seat is raised 6" or higher above the base, add 10cm in length.

An easy way to measure in the field is to hold a paddle horizontally in your hands with your elbows slightly inside a 90 degree angle (most paddles are ovalized in the area they should be gripped). Your hands should be about two-thirds of the way between the center of the shaft and the shoulder of the blade. Again, always take stroke angle and boat width into consideration, and demo the paddle whenever possible.


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