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Paddle Transport #12653987
03/01/18 10:48 PM
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I have a 260-280cm Accent Transformer paddle for my Nucanoe Frontier 12. It’s a long paddle but it breaks down great. The problem is I don’t have a safe and reliable way to transport it. Any ideas? Thanks in advance


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Re: Paddle Transport [Re: jagg] #12654267
03/02/18 02:08 AM
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In your vehicle? Mine generally go on the road in the toolbox on my truck. What are you driving and how are you transporting the kayak?

Re: Paddle Transport [Re: jagg] #12654270
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Hey jagg,

I use a seals kayak paddle bag and it is an excellent way carries a pair of paddles but given the length of your paddle you may have to use a canoe paddle bag, since most of the kayak bags fit up to 230 cm paddles. Good luck in your search

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canoe paddle bag

Re: Paddle Transport [Re: jagg] #12655481
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Not sure I understand the challenge that you're facing. I break mine down and put it in the front half (in the hull) of my big rig or leave it at full length, strap it to the kayak and lay it on the bed of my truck when I transport it. it never goes anywhere


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Re: Paddle Transport [Re: jagg] #12656640
03/03/18 06:12 PM
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Transport it however you carry it on the water? Mine stays bungeed to my hobie revo 11's side... But then it stays bungeed there 99% of my time on the water too. I could more eor less replace it with a push pole for launching and shallows and never miss mine

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Mainly for when I throw it in the Jeep (JKU) and hang it up at home. It breaks down into 3 (5 if you count the push pole and anchor pole attachments). It’d just make me feel better if it was in a cushioned sleeve or something. Especially in the back of the Jeep because I normally have all types of tackle boxes and other gear back there and the paddle is carbon fiber and I’ve heard horror stories of how a small pop ruined the paddle. Thanks for all the help!


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