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  Posted by: slushpaddler on Oct-17-13 9:28 AM (EST)
 

Personal preference.

Some people suggest feathering to minimize wind resistance. But I'd repeat the advice Celia and Peter gave - get a good forward stroke, use the feather angle to minimize wrist-cocking so that your wrists hardly rotate, if at all.

THEN, you can play with feathering as it pertains to wind.

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