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Old 05-02-2006   #1
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break down paddle

I recently decided to carry my break down paddle on the each side of my seat .... instead of in the stern(as I have done in the past). The blade fits between the seat and the hull wall with the breakdown end pointed toward the front of the boat and attached with some cord and a biner to the adjustable bulk head rod. Was thinking this would not make the boat a stern heavy. Does not seem to affect rolling and provides the weight to be in the middle of the boat. Curious if anyone does this or has thoughts how to secure a breakdown for creeking.
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