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Hank watched in disbelief at the sight of two oars floating about seventy-five yards away from the now propulsion-challenged rowboat. He shot an accusing stare back at his fishing buddy who was looking up, trying to avoid eye contact with Hank.

“Red, you were supposed to secure those oars...how’d you manage to lose both of them? How are we supposed to get back to shore now?” Hank said to Red, his arms crossed in disgust.

“Um...err...I don’t know Hank, I’m sure someone will come along and give us a tow.” Red replied with a sheepish grin.

Hank reached over and pulled Red’s hat off his head and then threw it in his lap. “Start rowing with your hat, maybe that big head of yours is good for something after all.”

Red reached over the side of the boat and began rowing with his hat while muttering some choice words about Hank under his breath. The boat slowly began to move as Red pushed scoop after scoop of water with his hat. Hank turned his attention to baiting a fish hook. He figured he might as well fish while they crept there way back to shore--it was going to take awhile. Just then, while Red was at the end of a rowing stroke, a flash of silver and green shot out of his hat and into the boat. The two men stared in amazement as a 3 lb Rainbow Trout flopped around on the floor of the boat. Without a word Hank slipped off his own hat and began frantically rowing with it.


For sale is ONE beautifully distressed wooden oar complete with oarlock. This weathered oar is 78” long and 5.5” wide (at its widest) with a wonderful patina of worn and peeling black paint. This oar would make a great display piece for a cabin or for a lodge or seaside, nautical decor. Note we have another matching oar available.

As mentioned this oar has a nice distressed look to it with peeling paint and rough wood but the overall integrity is good. The metal oarlock has some rust on it.

SHIPPING NOTE- This is a large bulky, piece and we will only ship to the lower 48 U.S. States via FedEx Ground. No International, Hawaii or Alaska shipping please. Be sure and provide us with your physical shipping address (no PO Boxes).

Distressed Wooden Boat Oar - The Perfect Touch of Rustic Charm


  • Vintage item
  • Materials: wood, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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