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Bending Branches "Whisper" Paddle

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Paddle Make & Model

Brand:
Bending Branches
Model:
Whisper
MSRP ($):
59.95

Rugged, all purpose kayak paddle perfect for the budget minded kayak angler. The Bending Branches “Whisper” paddle features a composite ferrule that won’t seize up in sand or salt water.  These paddles have a strong aluminum shaft, a smooth, mid-sized blade shape, and comfortable 3M Versafit grips.

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Pretty good for a cheap paddle

I've found this paddle just fine for my purposes (2-4 hour trips on flat water). It seems quite sturdy, and light for the price. However, when the paddle arrived, the button needed to keep the paddle together was too wide to fit through the hole in the shaft. Once I shaved some plastic off the hole, it works fine, but it would have been nice if it were perfect out of the box.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Sturdy
Cons:
Shaft fit was off
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