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Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass Kayak Paddle Straight Shaft

$275.00
 
 
Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass Kayak Paddle Straight Shaft
$275.00

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The Werner Shuna Hooked Fiberglass Kayak Paddle is a great new angling paddle. The best angling paddle is of course the best paddling paddle and the Shuna is one of Werner's most popular high angle paddles. It's powerful yet light and durable and great for active or relaxed paddling. The mid-sized blades fit a wide range of kayakers and are versatile and easy to use during advanced maneuvers or all around touring. Werner's Smart-View Adjustable Ferrule System makes feathering adjustments a breeze. It comes in two color patterns with the Werner Hooked logo.

• Adjustable Ferrule System allows elegant adjustment of feathering angle from 0° - 75° right or left in 15° increments
• Two-piece design breaks down quickly for transport and storage
• Slight dihedral enhances blade maneuverability for smooth linking strokes
• Light swing weight reduces overall fatigue on long paddling excursions
Item #: 3393
Shaft Type: Carbon/Fiberglass Blend
Shaft Size: Standard
Blade Shape: Mid-blade design
Blade Material: Fiberglass
Blade Size: 46 x 16 cm
Shaft Diameter: 1.2 in / 3.05 cm
Weight: 27.5 oz / 779.61 g
Made in: USA 
Size/Color Part Number UPC
Catch Lime Drift - 220 cm - Str SU 2 F11 220 2729 0840463113776
Catch Lime Drift - 230 cm - Str SU 2 F11 230 2729 0840463113783
Catch Lime Drift - 240 cm - Str SU 2 F11 240 2729 0840463113790
Catch Lime Drift - 250 cm - Str SU 2 F11 250 2729 0840463113806
Redfish Golden - 220 cm - Str SU 2 F11 220 3834 0840463117514
Redfish Golden - 230 cm - Str SU 2 F11 230 3834 0840463117521
Redfish Golden - 240 cm - Str SU 2 F11 240 3834 0840463117538
Redfish Golden - 250 cm - Str SU 2 F11 250 3834 0840463117545
Trophy Charcoal - 220 cm - Str SU 2 F11 220 3226 0840463113813
Trophy Charcoal - 230 cm - Str SU 2 F11 230 3226 0840463113820
Trophy Charcoal - 240 cm - Str 0840463113837
Trophy Charcoal - 250 cm - Str 0840463113844
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By: jeff S.  Date: Apr 28, 2016 
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I love this paddle... I own several fishing Yaks and this is my go to blade 5 stars

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By: Reuben B.  Date: Apr 20, 2016 
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This is my first yak paddle, I use it to push myself of banks, trees, docks, rocks. So far has not chipped, been scratched, or broke. It's light weight, the adjustable offset is nice especially in the wind.

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Q: I have had a 230cm paddle for many years; however, I recently purchased the FeelFree Lure 11.5 and now it feels cumbersome and unable to push the boat. What suggestions would you have? Does it need to be longer? A different shape? Thank you.
A: If the Lure 11.5 is wider than your existing boat, then you would certainly have a more cumbersome paddle stroke. I would suggest going at least one size up (240 cm) based on the width of this boat and the height of the seat. Keep in mind the path that the paddle blade takes when hitting the water
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Q: I am a first time buyer and am planning on buying a kayak mostly for saltwater fishing (Ocean Kayak - Prowler BGII). I am not quite sure which style of paddle nor length to buy. I picked this one because Werner claims this is for "a more aggressive style of paddling for those with more performance aspirations" and I suspect a higher angle blade will allow me to maneuver coastal waters with more ease as opposed to a paddle with a lower blade angle.. but I'm no expert. I also have read that I will be able to stand on this kayak as well but I don't want to carry two different paddles unless I have to. After looking on google, I stumbled upon a competitor's website that recommended a 220 cm paddle based off my height (5' 6") and the width of the kayak (34"). Based off this information, my questions are: 1) Is this paddle sufficient for what I want to do in coastal/bay waters or would you recommend a different style or brand? 2) Can I also use this in lakes/calm waters or is it overkill? 3) Is a 220 cm paddle suffice for my height and kayak width? 4) Can I use the same paddle to maneuver while standing up or should I buy a separate paddle? Could I just get the longer paddle or is there a hybrid paddle?
A: If you are thinking abut standing up and paddling in your kayak I would go with a slightly longer paddle. Perhaps a 230cm. I like Werner paddles and Aquabound paddles (personal preference) there are many to choose from. You could also look into the Accent Hero Angler Adjustable Length Paddle or the Accent Transformer FX Slider Paddle.
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Q: I am new to kayaking and my only purpose is fishing and transportation to hunting areas. I am 5'9" tall 220 lbs and an active person ( sports, weights, outdoors) I have a pelican catch 120 and needed a recommendation on paddle and length? I will be on shallow rivers, big lakes, and trekking miles on both.
A: Thanks for your question! With your boat your would want atleast a 240cm just due to the width of the boat. Any Werner product such as this is a great option. Next you want to look at shaft material; Aluminum is stiff and durable but if you wanted to upgrade to something lighter, Fiberglass is a great option and its warm on the hands. I do not think you would want to jump straight to the carbon material for your stated uses. I would check out the Werner Skagit Paddle, The bending branches slice glass, the werner baja paddle, and the Aqua bound sting ray, Hope this helps!
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