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Tuesday, 16 November 2010 16:33

Starboard Sup - Fisherman

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In the very fast growing sport of kayak fishing we are seeing lots of very cool fishing platforms coming out of a variety of paddle sports manufactures.  We here at YakAngler do our best to keep all of you kayak anglers informed and up-to-date on what options are out there.  I wanted to highlight SUP (stand up paddle board) that is designed with the kayak angler in mind. 

 

The Fisherman's extra wide hull with high stabilizing rails and dug out mid deck section offers an ultra stable platform for paddling and windsurfing. Features like draining channels, multiple tie down options, optional fishing rod holder placement and mast rack makes the Fisherman a revolutionizing multipurpose Stand Up Paddle Board.

The Board paddles straight through the water with it's large fin area yet turns on a dime due to its large flat section in the middle.

 

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Dimensions:

Length:11'2" /340.4 cm
Width: 37" /94.0 cm
Tail Width: 21.8" /55.4 cm
Thickness: 4.5" /11.5 cm
Volume: 250 L 

For more information about this product, please visit:  http://www.star-board-sup.com/2010/products/boards/board_fisherman.php

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adam hayes

About the Author: Adam Hayes is an avid kayak angler and the Co. Founder of YakAngler.com. He enjoys spending time on the water with his friends and family and really just about anything than involves growing the sport of kayak fishing.

 

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