Backwater Paddle Company was presented a problem that was all too often encountered in the evolving kayak fishing and sportsmen communities. How do you paddle your kayak and keep fishing? How do you move silently while photographing from a kayak? How do you stealthily hunt from a kayak?
Paddle or fish? Paddle or shoot? All kayak sportsmen have experienced the difficulty of paddling your kayak while holding your fishing rod, gun or camera. It takes two hands to wrangle a seven foot kayak paddle, no matter how you hold it. Something has to be set down to do the other. Throw in a fishing pole or gun and you soon realize you need three hands!
Backwater Paddle Company is providing answers to the kayak paddle sportsmen’s dilemma. The Predator and Piranha Kayak Fishing Hand Paddles were developed for the kayak angler and sportsmen to easily move their boat while continuing to fish, photograph or hunt.
The demand for kayak fishing hand paddles was born from necessity. You can see the latest innovation in kayak fishing accessories at www.backwaterpaddles.com
Ed Halm, Backwater Paddle Company owner was fortunate enough to find his company in the midst of the explosion of paddle sports. Ed is no stranger to adversity. As a retired US Navy survival instructor, kayak eco-tour guide and patented paddle designer, providing solutions to paddling problems is his passion.
With his vast paddling and military survival experience, Ed is usually found on the water, working directly with sportsmen, identifying potential paddling problems and providing distinctive solutions to the paddle sports market in an immeasurable way.
The vision of Backwater Paddles is “not to just be another paddle manufacturer, but rather a cultural phenomenon in paddle innovation.”
Kayak fishing, is one of the fastest growing water sports today. Kayak fishermen, also known as kayak anglers, and kayak sportsmen require specialty equipment, gear and accessories to effectively pursuit their sport. Kayakers, anglers and sportsmen merged concepts and technologies. Kayak fishing hand paddles evolved.
Backwater Paddle Company and other paddle sport manufacturers are rapidly developing and introducing new paddle equipment, gear and accessories to satisfy this exploding outdoor water sports market.
The concept of fishing hand paddles originated from intrepid kayak anglers solving this problem with ping pong paddles, Kadema paddles, modified badminton racquets and the sort. Kayak sportsmen quickly realized they could hold their fishing rod and with the other hand paddle their kayak stealthily toward their prey.
Stow that unwieldy kayak paddle. Place a small and lightweight kayak fishing hand paddle between your legs or close by. Effortlessly move your kayak with one hand while continuing to fish, photograph or hunt, without spooking the wildlife.
As you begin your foray into kayak fishing, hunting or photography, do your research. Peruse the internet, talk to local anglers and sportsmen. Visit local outfitters and try various kayak platforms and fishing hand paddles. That little effort will certainly make your next kayak sporting adventure more rewarding and memorable.
Visit www.store.backwaterpaddles.com to purchase Backwater Paddle’s Predator or Piranha Kayak Fishing Hand Paddles.
Dealerships and ground floor investment opportunities are available. Paddle shops, outfitters and prospective investors can contact Ed Halm at Backwater Paddle Company for further information.
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