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Backwater Paddles Assault Hand Paddle

  • Delaware Paddlesports carries the Assault Hand Paddle
  • Delaware Paddlesports carries the Assault Hand Paddle
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1.00 LBS
$5.00 (Fixed shipping cost)

Product Description


Designed for stealth maneuverability when trying th land that monster fish. Get where you want to go quietly and easily with the Backwater Paddle Company's Assault Hand Paddle!

The new Assault Hand Paddles are made from a 10% fiberglass infused polypropylene plastic for strength and durability, with a UV additive for longevity.  The handle is covered with a foam hand grip for comfort and lanyard attached for security. 

The paddles measure out to 22” long by 6” wide, weigh only 12 ounces and they float!

Assault Hand Paddles are manufactured in Valdosta, Georgia. American made…Veteran owned!!

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  1. Excellent item for kayak fisherman, could use some refinement. 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Aug 2016

    I enthusiastically purchased the assault hand paddle for use fishing in slow moving streams. This item, along with a properly mounted trolley anchor system allow for great boat placement while anchored. I fly fish, so boat position is important to me. The paddle performs nicely. Sometimes, I'll drift a stream with the current and fish. However, the kayak always want to drift rear end first, due to weight distribution. The paddle allows for easy correction while drifting and fishing.
    My only complaint is minor.I build my own custom paddles, and most, if not all good quality paddle handles are more or less elliptically shaped for a more comfortable and ergonomic hand hold. This paddle has the orientation backward. In other words, it is most comfortable to grip if you were to try to cut through the water. The manufacturer should have discovered this in R and D. They were so spot on with the hook and serrated edge. How could they miss with the handle orientation? All that considered, I like the paddle.
    I would hope that the manufacturer would key in on this obvious miss, re-tool, and then the thing would sell to the masses of us kayak fisher people gang buster style. A good start,
    But the grip needs re-orientation.

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