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Bending Branches Angler Ace PLUS Telescoping Kayak Paddle

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$224.99
SKU: F15669

Details

The Bending Branches Angler Ace PLUS Telescoping Kayak Paddle is a versatile, lightweight, and adjustable length carbon paddle that features large carbon-reinforced nylon blades. This paddle is built with an adjustable telescoping length that also enables fully customizable feathering options. The Angler Ace is a rugged paddle that has a snug fitting, adjustable Plus ferrule, hook retrieval blade system, comfortable carbon ovalized shaft, tight paddle blades that cut through water, and dual tape measures on the handle. The 2-piece shaft breaks down for easy storage and sports drip rings on both sides to help halt water from trickling down onto your hands and kayak.


  • Shaft Color: Black
  • Blade Surface Area: 105 sq. in.
  • Blade Material: Carbon Reinforced Nylon
  • Shaft Material: Carbon
  • Pieces: 2
  • Weight: 30 oz.
  • Measuring tape on the shaft
  • Drip rings on both sides
  • Feathering Angles: Infinite
  • Plus ferrule system
  • Hook retrieval system in blade
  • Ovalized shaft for additional comfort

The Bending Branches Angler Ace PLUS Telescoping Kayak Paddle is made in the U.S.A.

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Upgraded from a cheap paddle

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When I started kayaking, I made the mistake of buying a cheap paddle with the thought that I would save money. The cheaper paddle got me by but once I upgraded to a premium kayak, I wanted to upgrade to a premium paddle too. The Bending Branches is by far lighter and not aluminium like my old one. The blade has a hook carved in that way you can use it to retrieve lures. I've probably saved over $50 worth of lures this year from trees and snags by just running the paddle blade on my line and freeing them up. I went with the 240cm-255cm. When I am in the low position on my Bonafide SS127, I typically keep the length at 240cm, but when I am in the high position, I keep my paddle about 250cm that way I am not hitting the side of my kayak and I get the most out of each stroke. I was a little hesitant on the price but I was not buying another cheap paddle and figured for an extra $50 more than a the regular Angler Ace, I now have a paddle that will fit me in just about any kayak now.