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    Default Traditional one piece ash paddles

    Recently I made some traditional one piece Ash paddles and got some really nice feedback so I thought I would make them available to discerning paddlers on Song of the Paddle:

    The ottertail on the left has a blade length of 28 1/2 inches and is 5 inches at its widest point. The beavertail blade length is 27 inches and 6 inches wide. The beaver tail is also available with a 30" by 6" blade.

    The grips are carefully worked to make sure they are comfortable and ergonomic. The paddle has an oil finish.

    If you have any questions or are interested in ordering a paddle then send me a PM, letting me know how long a shaft you require and your preferred design.

    Your paddle will be hand made to your specification and despatched promptly, at a cost of 85 plus 10 shipping to mainland Britain. For other destinations please get in touch for postage prices.








    thanks for looking.
    Tim

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    Very nice looking paddles. The grain really is pretty in them.
    Regards,
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by caibach View Post

    Your paddle will be hand made to your specification and despatched promptly, at a cost of 85 plus 10 shipping to mainland Britain. For other destinations please get in touch for postage prices.



    thanks for looking.
    Tim
    I'll Take These Two, If They Come With The Nice Frame?

    Great Job, Tim

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    very beautiful Tim!!

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    Very nice work indeed.
    Bandy

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    with apologies for the disappearing photos!

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    Oh I want one but not got the funds at the mo . I will PM you when I have.

    Pete
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