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Bending Branches Giveaway: Exciting New Updates to Their Angler Paddles

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Bending Branches has recently updated some of their most popular quality paddles to make them even lighter, smarter and more beautiful.  In this exciting giveaway, a couple of lucky Yakanglers stand a chance to be among the first to own these state-of-the art designs.

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As the world's largest manufacturer of quality kayak, SUP and canoe paddles, Bending Branches require no introduction in the Yakangler community. The Angler Pro has won Paddle of the Year on Yakangler.com for four consecutive years, which is why we are excited to give away the latest, updated version of this sought-after paddle, along with some other great prizes.

 

Run by a team of paddling enthusiasts, Bending Branches dedicate countless hours to designing, prototyping, testing and perfecting each of their paddles. They keep going back to the drawing board in order to find ways to build them even better - stiffer, lighter, smarter, more durable and more beautiful.  This year, Bending Branches made their biggest new product announcement in kayak fishing since 2012, when they first introduced the Angler family. We have seen updates to the Angler Pro, Angler Ace and Angler Classic and some new exciting patterns.

 

Enter the giveaway below to stand a chance to win one of these great prizes.

 

1. NEW Angler Pro Carbon ($399.95) 25oz

 

 

The new Angler Pro comes with a compression molded carbon construction and multi-laminate fiberglass blades. It weighs only 25.5oz and the blade has also been upsized and reshaped to cup more, requiring even less effort to paddle. Each shaft also comes with a handy pre-printed tape measure in both inches and centimeters to make sure you’re able to measure up your catch.

 

2. NEW Angler Pro in the Radiant pattern ($299.95) 28oz  

 

 

The New Radiant pattern is an excitingly different look for the Angler Pro, reminiscent of water ripples in beautiful blues and blacks with specks of red.

The Angler Pro comes with either a snug-fitting 3 hole snap-button ferrule (adjustable for feathering angles 0° and 60°, L or R) or a more versatile telescoping ferrule with infinite feathering angles. If you have multiple boats (or if you can’t keep your Angler Pro out of other paddlers’ hands), the telescoping ferrule makes changing paddle length a breeze.

 

3. Newly Updated Angler Classic ($139.95) 34oz

 

 

The Angler Classic packs everything you would expect from a high-end fishing paddle, but at a very affordable price. With a durable fiberglass shaft and nylon-reinforced fiberglass blades, the Angler Classic is a paddle that will last you a long time. A hook retrieval system is built into the blade. Like the Angler Pro, the Angler Classic comes with either a snug-fitting 3 hole snap-button ferrule or telescoping ferrule.

 

 

 
Last modified on Friday, 01 September 2017 12:03
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# RubiconJoey 2017-09-15 15:30
Doesn't look like there's a way to prevent mutiple entries and I'm unsure if I've already entered. I hope I'm not disqualified for mutiple entries.
 

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