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Werner Paddles announces the new Hooked LE

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It is a sign of sophistication, matching your shoes to your belt, your rims with your car, your reel to your rod, and now kayak fishermen can match their paddle to their kayak!

In a collaborative effort joining 2 great American paddling families, Werner Paddles brings kayak fishing performance in a great new color scheme. Introducing the “Jackson Kayaks-Limited Edition” Hooked kayak fishing paddle.

Introducing their new HD Graphic process this past September, with their new “Trophy” and “Catch” options, the Jackson Kayaks-LE will now also be available on the Shuna and Camano: Hooked models. The graphic is taken directly from the “GI Jackson” color scheme, Jackson’s most popular to date with anglers.

New Werner LE Jackson Kayak Camo Paddle

Director of Marketing for Jackson Kayak, James McBeath, had this to say about the paddle. “Werner and Jackson have been intertwined in the history of paddle sports from the beginning and we pride ourselves in what we’ve accomplished alongside Werner, in spearheading growth and vibrancy in the marketplace. This is an exciting next step in finding something new from both of us together to stoke the paddling side of the fishing market.”

The philosophy of a “Great kayak fishing paddle is a great paddling paddle,” remains the core of Werner’s line focusing on performance and craftsmanship. However when you can match that with looking good and having fun, everyone is winning.

Authorized Werner Paddle’s dealers will start stocking the new model starting immediately.

Hours from where the initial paddles were built in the family garage Werner Paddle’s remain family owned and handcrafted in Sultan WA, USA. 2015 marks their 50th Year of paddle experience, learn more at www.wernerpaddles.com

 
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Mark Watanabe

Mark "YakSushi" Watanabe is the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com, "He built this site!". He considers himself a mediocre fisherman and an unexceptional writer. He's the devoted father of a ton of little sushis (Air Quotes) and everyday tech ninja.

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