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Bass Pro Shops Paddle Keeper Brackets

   

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Bass Pro Shops® super-tough brackets made of space-age polymers hold paddle in vertical, horizontal, or overhead position. Matte Black finish.

  • Super-tough brackets hold paddle in vertical, horizontal, or overhead position
  • Made of space-age polymers
  • Matte black finish


Manufacturer model #: 554000.

Seasense® Paddle Keeper Brackets 3.3 5 3 3
great buy Very well built product. Takes up very little space in boat. Quality construction. Would buy again. August 3, 2012
Too Small The part that holds the blade of the paddle is too small to hold my plastic/composite paddle. Luckily I checked it before mounting it to my boat! June 6, 2010
they do their purpose i figured these would be cheap'o plastic holders but to my suprise they are quiet durable. I beat my boat up good and they've help up so far. would recomend to anyone April 20, 2010
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According to the manufacturer this paddle keeper can hold a paddle with up to a 6 3/4" blade.
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I made my own oar. I used a hard wood closet pole, ban sawed a 3/4 " wide by 6" long knotch. Used Marine Epoxy Adhesive to attach to hand molded 27" long blade made of Doughlas Fir. Reinforced with 2 5/16" hard wood dowels through the knotch.
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