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Advanced Elements "Axis 4-Part Breakdown" Paddle

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Advanced Elements "Axis 4-Part Breakdown" Paddle

Paddle Make & Model

Brand:
Advanced Elements
MSRP ($):
139.99
The Advanced Elements "Axis 4-Part Breakdown" kayak paddle is a great solution for kayak anglers looking for a solid backup paddle. The Axis 4 breaks down into 4 pieces and is easily stored in your hull for those emergencies while on the water.

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Decent Backup Paddle

I had to drill out one of the hols on the shaft because the locking button just didn't quite fit, not sure what happened to Quality Control on that one. Also I know I mention so hopefully you are only using this things as a backup. But if you are getting this as a backup paddle should the SHTF while on the water then it will do its job.

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Waters Fished:
  • Saltwater Bays
  • Offshore
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Easy to store
Cons:
Pretty heavy, Quality Control
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