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Old 06-11-2004   #11
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you guys are too hard on your f#@king paddles!

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Old 06-12-2004   #12
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If anyone wants to demo a Woody paddle shoot me an email or call. They are truly great paddles, and retail is about $360. Custom paddles aren't a problem, so lefties, and small grips will enjoy it. Plus you can set the offset to your preference. I love the 40 degree.

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Old 06-12-2004   #13
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i have several paddles for different purposes...i have a double diamond that i really like and it has put up with all of my abuses so far. i also have a fluid paddle. i really like the fluid and it also has withstood my abuses. the swing weight is fast and easy and it grabs water almost addition, they are priced a little less, i believe...just thought i'd add another option to consider and confuse you a little more...

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Old 06-13-2004   #14
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Are you sporting a woody????????

If not you should. a bit heavy but makes up in durability. Great for creekeing and play. Pay the extra top get a quality product. Im super happy with mine.
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Old 06-13-2004   #15
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I am probably going to get flamed for this but...... I love my Seven Two. I know that they have had some huge reliabilty issues but mine is going strong after two seasons (lots of playboating in Golden). The feel is amazing, very light weight and eurgonimic (sp?) without the bent shaft.

I did put some trim on the blade to protect it. Its the the rubber stuff that you put on the edge of a car door. It glues on really easy and stays on really well. You can find it at Checkers or any other auto parts store. I would strongly encourage any of you to put it on your paddle reguardless of brand.

If you are just dead set against the Seven Two then I would look into the Woody stuff. Wood is just so solid.


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