With the popularity of Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP), many are asking what kind of life jacket laws and other requirements have become part of this newly-exploding popular sport. Since the SUP is considered a vessel and not a surfboard, there are some things that we want you to be aware of before heading out to your favorite lake, river, bay or ocean.
By: Airhead SUP Ambassador, Chad LaChance
There is a progression in angling. It starts innocently enough with standing on the side of the lake, casting out from one spot and hoping a fish comes by and makes your day. As we grow as anglers, we start moving around the bank more, sampling casting spots until we find one that our target fish apparently prefer on that day. We also begin to notice that our tackle needs to be mobile along with us, and at the same time, our tackle has also grown in volume; we have more stuff to carry to match our angling situations, and we are strategically looking for fish. If the old saying is true that 90% of the fish are in 10% of the water, good anglers will seek out that 10%.