Cataract Mini Magnum Oars (7.5 footers)

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  1. Yakfish

    Yakfish Dad, Angler, Guide

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    Hi,
    Up for sale is a pair of Cataract Mini Magnum composite 2 piece oars. They are 7 ft. 6 in. long. Cataract oars are constructed of a carbon fiber/e-glass composite, which gives the oars the flex of wood shafts without the need for maintenance. I'm selling the oars because they are to long for my 8 foot pram. They would be perfect for a pontoon boat or wider pram. They are in like new condition with only a few scrathes here and there. They retail for $100 each and I'd like to get $150 for the pair if possible. Send me your offers, but $150 for the pair is a good deal. See the pictures below.
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    David
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    Flyfishsteel New Member

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    Are these as strong as the 1pc Cataracts? Is there a warranty on breakage?

    I know my 9'6" have a lifetime warranty on the shafts.

    Thanks
     
  3. Yakfish

    Yakfish Dad, Angler, Guide

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    I don't know if Cataract will warranty the pair, but I imagine they will. They seem as strong as one piece oars. I fish Cataracts counterbalanced 9 footers on the big boat and the mini-magnums are like a miniature pair for small boats\pontoons. They are cream of the crop oars.
    Hope this helps,
    David
     
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  5. Yakfish

    Yakfish Dad, Angler, Guide

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    As an update these oars are still availabe.
     
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