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Bending Branches Expanding Kayak Fishing ProStaff

Written by Andrew Stern
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October 27, 2015 – Bending Branches, a global leader in kayak and canoe paddles, is seeking to expand their angler ProStaff by up to seven new members for the upcoming 2015 season. New members will join the likes of Chad Hoover, Drew Gregory, Kevin Whitley and Isaac Brumaghim in representing Bending Branches and their industry leading paddles.

Branches’ ProStaff are an elite group of highly experienced kayak anglers who compete in a minimum of 3 tournaments per year. They are also active on social media; enjoy putting on clinics, and creating an overall buzz that energizes the sport. More importantly Branches’ ProStaff value teaching the next generation of kayak anglers the sport’s values. Anyone interested in becoming a Bending Branches ProStaffer can apply here.

About the Branches ProStaff: Established in 2012, our ProStaff consist of world class anglers who happen to fish from a kayak. These anglers have one thing in common: an appreciation and expectation that their paddle elevates their game. To them, their paddle is not a tool or accessory, it’s a game changer. Their paddle gets them where they need to go consistently quicker and easier. We consider our pros to be representatives of our company; more than an ambassador, a face and voice for our company. Our pros know what their paddle does and why it’s important. Whether online or in-person, having the Branches ProStaff badge provides unmatched credibility in the sport of kayak fishing. Bending Branches 2014 ProStaff Roster

About Bending Branches: In 1982, whitewater and touring canoeist Dale Kicker and flat-water racer Ron Hultman teamed up to create the first composite tipped canoe paddle. This unique innovation revolutionized the paddle industry and gave birth to Bending Branches. Branches is the world’s largest manufacturer of quality canoe, kayak, and stand-up paddles. We are proud to be a privately held company located in Northwestern Wisconsin, staffed by paddling enthusiasts. We spend countless hours designing, prototyping, testing, and perfecting each of our paddles. And when that’s done, we go back and look at ways to build them even better. Lighter, stiffer, smarter, more durable, and more beautiful. Then, we might even slip out the back door on a quiet afternoon and spend a little time on the water ourselves.

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+1 # Kayakjak 2014-10-28 22:33
I have been using a Bending Branches Paddle the past couple months that my Sponsor (The Boat Dock) out of Grand Island, Nebraska gave me to use. All I can say is INCREDIBLE! We will offering these paddles real soon to our clients and at our demos across the Midwest!
# Yak Chum 2014-11-02 21:07

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