@titans62 - I've experienced the same thing before, and it definitely is not fun. While you can repair your own propeller if the damage is minor, I would highly suggest you take it to a professional or buy a new one unless you are certain of what you are doing.
When I bent my propeller, I tried to straighten it out myself. I thought it looked pretty good, but the next time we took it out on the water the slight bend that was left was too much and I ended up damaging the shaft seal, which ended up costing much more than if I had simply broken down for a new propeller.
Also, since it sounds like you were moving pretty quickly, I would also recommend taking the boat to someone and have them look at the propeller shaft and seals just in case.