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The Catch Kayak Paddle: Ultimate Kayak Fishing Tool

The Catch Kayak Paddle: Ultimate Kayak Fishing Tool

Description

The Catch kayak angler paddle offers top quality and versatility at a great price for all anglers. Our blades are designed for Low angle paddling, which reduces shoulder fatigue and helps you cover greater distances with less effort. Our two-piece shaft with push button system makes it easy to store and transport your paddle. The fiberglass shaft provides a lighter and more comfortable grip that doesn't get as cold as aluminum during the fall and winter months. In addition, fiberglass reinforced nylon blades are lighter and stronger than polypropylene. There is also a retrieval hook built in to the blade as well. A 0° or 65° blade angle adjustment permits you to maximize performance and comfort. An oval indexed section helps to optimize your paddle grip, which promotes proper technique that decreases wrist fatigue. Drip rings will help keep your hands dry and last but not least there is a convenient measuring tape that runs the length of the paddle's shaft. This paddle is ideal for anglers of all heights in kayaks over 34" wide.

Fishing ready - Integrated hook retrieval system, Tape measure along the shaft. Adjustable drip rings to help keep hands dry for a better grip. Ovalization: The shaft goes from a rounded shape to a slightly oval shape (called indexing) which serves as a reference to where you should be placing your right hand. 0 to 65˚ blade angle adjustment. This paddle is ideal for anglers of all heights in kayaks over 34 in. wide. Impact resistant fiberglass reinforced nylon blade for great durability. Sport Type: Boating.

About Product

The CATCH fishing kayak paddle offers top quality and versatility at a great price for all anglers. The blades are designed for low-angle paddling, which reduces shoulder and back fatigue and helps you cover greater distances with less effort. The 2-piece shaft makes it easy to store and transport your paddle. The fiberglass shaft provides a lighter and more comfortable grip that doesn't get as cold as aluminum during the fall and winter months. Add comfort to your fishing trips with the CATCH fishing kayak paddle!

How much does this paddle weight?
Weight is 33.2 oz / 940 g

Does it float?
Yes, I often let it float on the water to make space while I'm fishing. Still tethered to the yak of course.

I am 5'6" and my kayak is 33" wide. Anyone try it with similar circumstances? Considering returning it if the extra cms are going to make a big diff.
I'm 5'4" and my yak is 30" wide (lifetime teton 10') and once in a long while I'd hit the kayak handle on my yak. 33", I'd hit the handle a little bit more I imagine. Other than that minor issue I have no problem with the paddle.

What does the paddle weigh?
Weight is 33.2 oz / 940 g

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does this paddle weight?

Weight is33.2 oz / 940 g

Does it float?

Yes, I often let it float on the water to make space while I'm fishing. Still tethered to the yak of course.

I am 5'6" and my kayak is 33" wide. Anyone try it with similar circumstances? Considering returning it if the extra cms are going to make a big diff.

I'm 5'4" and my yak is 30" wide (lifetime teton 10') and once in a long while I'd hit the kayak handle on my yak. 33", I'd hit the handle a little bit more I imagine. Other than that minor issue I have no problem with the paddle.

What does the paddle weigh?

Weight is33.2 oz / 940 g