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Werner Paddles

Camano: Hooked

Camano: Hooked
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Werner's most popular all around touring paddle with an angling graphic.
Werner Paddles-Camano: Hooked
Availability:In Stock




The Camano: Hooked features Werner's most popular award winning Low Angle mid-sized blade design. Providing the perfect combination for anglers who want gentle power and use a relaxed all around stroke. The Camano also offers the best balance of light swing weight, durability and performance. Camano Hooked is general sized a little longer for wider boats or even those standing.

-Premium Performance gives you the right combination of light weight, stiffness and durability. - Award winning mid-size, low angle blades fit the widest range of paddlers
- Available in our carbon blend Straight shaft, Standard Diameter in longer lengths for wider boats and raised seats
- Fiberglass laminate blades
- Dihedral allows for smooth forward and directional paddling
- Custom shaped reinforcement spine for blade stiffness and overall strength


  • Award winning mid-size blades design offers gentle power and a smooth easy stroke.
  • Advanced dihedral blade design creates stable forward strokes.
  • Light swing weight reduces fatigue.
  • Werner's most popular all around touring design.
  • Highly visible translucent colors.
  • Mid-sized performance blades fit the widest range of kayakers.
  • Smart-View Adjustable Ferrule looks and feels like a 1-piece paddle.
  • Straight shaft carbon blend provides a more traditional feeling at a great value.
  • Standard and small diameter shaft sizes ensure you get a proper fit.

More Info

Surface Area: 650 sq cm 
Blade Length x Width: 52 x 16cm 
Weight for 2-Piece Straight Shaft: 780 g / 27.5 oz

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