He's made oars, but doesn't, generally. Aren't the paddles magical? I really like the raft paddle that Jon Rugh, of Shadetree Paddles, made me. But it's no Jimmy Styk.Over my hard shell kayaking career I have used a couple of JimiStik kayak paddles and several of his kayak designs for New Wave. The feel of these paddles in use is hard to impossible to duplicate.
Paddles perform at the highest levels but honestly also so pretty, you want to keep them on display as wall art.
I do not know if he makes oars, but his kayak and canoe paddles are works of art and performance.
The key to fine wooden boat propulsion these days is to order way in advance. I have the Songbird oars coming in April, a Shadetree duckie paddle in May, and a couple of Jim's in late '23 and '24. He's backed up five years now and Shadetree is not taking new orders. Get the treasures while you can!