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  Posted by: cave_demon on Oct-19-12 10:49 PM (EST)
 

I appreciate the info. As you could probably guess, I am new to treating "real" paddles. When I was a poor starving college student a few years back, I only had basic, cheap aluminum Carlisle paddles (which are now great for pushing off!). Now that I am a poor, fairly well-fed, college graduate I have the two I use now (one bent, one straight). I also found the recent thread on the general info forum about wood finishing(I don't really even read that forum much as it is usually non-paddling oriented). I'm really paranoid about treating the Gunflint well as I love the look, feel, and weight of it (and for me a $125 paddle is a major investment). Thanks for all the advice.

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