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Thursday, 13 July 2017 15:35

Bonefish - Fishing-Specific Paddle Boards

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Jeff Turner from Airhead Sports Group and Airhead SUP introduced us to their two inflatable fishing-specific paddle boards for this year, the Bonefish and Bonefish2 at ICAST 2017.

The Bonefish2 has external pontoons on the side for extra capacity and stability when fighting big fish.  He also showed us a couple of accessories that you can get with this paddle board, including a rod holder bucket rack and several mounts for GoPro cameras and smaller screw-in type accessories. The paddle board features additional tie-downs for coolers and gear.

As the board is inflatable, it folds down into a handy backpack.  All paddles are three piece style, so they also fit in the backpack.  The entire kit weighs under 50 pounds so you can travel just about anywhere in the world and take your board with you.

Naomi Bolton

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