The PREDATOR Hand Paddle E-mail
Sunday, 06 September 2009 08:12
handpaddle_thumbThe PREDATOR Hand Paddle was developed purely for function.

It takes two hands to manipulate a kayak paddle, no matter how light the paddle. Unfortunately, having only two hands, you are either forced to paddle or fish.

 
 
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The kayak angler or sportsmen simply places the PREDATOR Hand Paddle between their legs or within easy reach. When it is time to stalk prey or set up a shot, just grab the six ounce (6 oz) hand paddle and stealthily maneuver your rig within range.
Fishing rods, cameras and hunting gear stay at the ready.

PREDATOR'S patented hook design in the blade provides a more versatile function in kayak mobility. Trees, limbs, stumps, throw lines or other boats can be easily snagged or secured by the hand paddle to provide maneuverability or a stationery platform.

Kayak fishermen and hunters can use the paddle hook to retrieve lines and decoys.
For more info visit   http://www.backwaterpaddles.com/
 

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