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  Posted by: mjflores on May-09-13 1:34 PM (EST)
 

Geesh, where to start? All my paddles are either beaver tail or otter tail, and are one piece made from either ash, and a few are sassafras. I cant imagine anyone thinking they're too heavy. I don't mean to offend at all, and I assume your post was written with some light comedy in mind but...I consider my wood paddles very light, but sturdy enough to use for poling, or for whacking an occasional grumpy Canada goose or beaver. Maybe workout a bit with weights and try again?

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