By: Airhead SUP Ambassador, JB Spilker
I’ve received a few comments recently about how challenging it looks to fish from a SUP. On the contrary, I’ve found it much easier than a lot of other personal vessels including kayaks, float tubes, or even canoes. Here are some tips of little things to do and to avoid. The goal of this post is to make your life easier when fishing from a SUP. Hopefully, this will calm your fears of any peril you may feel so you can start fishing from an Airhead SUP.
By: Airhead SUP Ambassador, Chad LaChance
In my mind, one of the best things about stand-up paddleboarding is the simplicity of it. Because I’m a professional angler by trade, normal days on the water for me typically involve an actual boat of some sort, tons of fishing tackle, sonar, GPS, and a pile of other fishy paraphernalia. Even on those river days where we’re wading, I still end up with as much stuff as I can carry on my back; there’s just something about being prepared for whatever fishing condition I might encounter that gives me confidence…and confidence catches fish.
By: Airhead SUP Ambassador, Kimberly Ciesla
Well if you know me or have been following along for a while you may already be aware that I am a girl who loves the water. You pretty much can be guaranteed that if there is any water nearby, the shoes will fly and I will be in that water at some point. Whether it be “Chasing Waves” with my camera or paddling around on my stand up paddleboard (SUP) with my husband and family. However, one thing that you may not know is that I have not always been a stand up paddle boarder. As a matter of fact, my family and I have always been avid kayakers for many years until recently after discovering Stand Up Paddleboarding and the unique differences and benefits that caused me to ditch my kayak for my SUP this summer.