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Old 03-29-2021, 03:43 PM   #11
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Here is a nice intro to choosing a kayak paddle.

I started out with a paddle from Dicks Sporting Goods my first year and it work completely fine. Now I have been using the Werner Skagit paddle for about five years. They cost $135. Carbon shaft.

Lastly, roof racks. Roof Racks are vehicle specific to what is compatible with your vehicle. Yakima,Thule,Etc all have really easy fit guides. Put make model of vehicle - give all option that fit that vehicle. I have had put down seats,open windows, bungee trunk to get my kayak to the water. Where there is aWill there is aWay.
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