With a seven degree bend, the Little Sag is a compromise for those that prefer the efficiency that a bent shaft affords but still enjoy the feel of a more traditional straight shaft. It performs very much as a straight shaft does, but still gives you that fuller push through every stroke.
This beautifully dark canoe paddle owes its name to Saganaga Lake, the largest and deepest of the lakes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
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Wood Type: Western Red Cedar & Aspen
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I don't like to rate something a 10 because it limits future ratings but the Little Sag deserves it for my uses.