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Thursday, 05 October 2017 08:58

Bending Branches Giveaway September Winner

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To celebrate the new updates to the Angler family of paddles, Bending Branches and Yakangler teamed up in a great giveaway.

A big thank you to all of our anglers who participated in the giveaway and helped to make it a success! Special thanks to our sponsors, Bending Branches, who were so generous to give away some of their paddles.

And the winners are:
1) Chris G. - NEW Angler Pro Carbon ($399.95) 25oz   
2) Blake W. - NEW Angler Pro in the Radiant pattern ($299.95) 28oz    
3) Ed R. - Newly Updated Angler Classic ($139.95) 34oz
 
Congratulations! We will contact you shortly to arrange the delivery of your prize. If you don’t receive an email from us within the next 24 hours, please shoot us an email. 
 
The winners were randomly selected.

Naomi Bolton

Yakangler's Community Manager and Editor - in charge of sourcing news and articles for the website.  If you have any ideas for new content, please do get in touch with me at: [email protected]

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