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May depend on your type of canoe, it's size, your own statue and where you sit or position yourself in the vessel when you paddle.

A-Jay

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I have a 17' canoe and i use a single blade. 

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Most canoeists would consider it sacrilegious to use a double-bladed paddle in a canoe. (They work great in the little ultra-light pond-hopper boats, though).

My favorite paddles are bent-shaft models.  They cost a bit more, but you gain about 10% efficiency.  And, canoe paddles are like fishing rods: generally, you get what you pay for.  My Bell (now Northstar) Voodoo was pricey, but I hate to use any of my other paddles after using it.

Check out paddles from Mitchell and Bending Branches.

Keep the shiny side in the water,

Bob

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