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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #41
 
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We are getting fully inclusive.

NO! such list would be complete without Werner Paddles. I don't know of any better (carbon) paddles made.
https://www.wernerpaddles.com/

Keep up the great work Dreadlocks281 and thank you.

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I didn’t actually post the link, apologies.
Salamander Paddles makes excellent WW Canoe and rafting paddles. Beautiful wood with Dynel and Carbon Fiber elements for durability. Small maker (me) from Taos, NM

http://salamanderpaddles.com/
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #43
 
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Wow, those are beautiful paddles. Next time in Taos I'd love to see your craftsmanship.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #44
 
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Let’s me know when your next in town. We can grab a run on the Rio Grande, you can test drive a paddle.
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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #45
 
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Another Frame Co.

There are a lot of frame options out there. Here is another one http://www.whitewatermachineworks.com/
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There are a lot of frame options out there. Here is another one Whitewater Machine Works - Home Page
Has anyone contacted him lately.. He had some health issues and was out of the shop for a while. I wanted to get some double barrel fittings a while back but no luck.. I was able to get some spacer pucks for a floating side deck. My friend had one of his light weight frames for a minimax that was amazing compared to mine for a portage on the upper owyhee.
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I didn’t actually post the link, apologies.
Salamander Paddles makes excellent WW Canoe and rafting paddles. Beautiful wood with Dynel and Carbon Fiber elements for durability. Small maker (me) from Taos, NM

http://salamanderpaddles.com/
Beautiful! I used to live on Rim Rd in Arroyo Secco. Miss that area a lot
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Whatever you do, always run the gnar. My first strike build. 5 years later. I love this boat.
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