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Old 05-19-2014   #1
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Shallower blade angle

I have been noticing the more I paddle and become more comfortable and learn more advance moves I notice myself turning my paddle. When I'm paddling hard and steep in a flatter securing I notice myself twisting my paddle as if to make a less angle. I currently use a 30 deg straight shaft.

I have been looking into upgrading to a Warner neutral bent. Should I see about getting a 25 deg or even less?

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