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The YOLO YAK for KaYAK Fishing

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The first true hybrid SUP/kayak of its kind! Our first full adventure board. Produced using the best marine technology available, the YOLO Yak is made of rotomolded polyethelene, (just like your favorite sit-atop kayak). It is the most durable multi-use stand up paddleboard on the market. Features include a front bungee tie down system, molded-in keel system, foam traction pad and both side and rear handles. At 11'10" long and 33" wide, this board is designed with recessed deck to provide additional stability for a variety of water pursuits such as fishing, crabbing, or just cruising your local flatwater spot. Tough enough for outdoor storage, the Yolo Yak is a perfect fit for resorts and rental businesses, as well as all watermen who are tough on their gear.

 

About the company:

 

You Only Live Once

The theme of YOLO is very much in the hearts and minds of founders Jeff Archer and Tom Losee. Both are business owners with a keen entrepreneurial spirit. Balancing family, business, and recreational activities always has its challenges, yet the realization that life will never slow down caused them to look at maximizing fun in relation to responsibility. With the motto "You Only Live Once" as the mantra for these two entrepreneurs, the idea of YOLO as a bigger force was born.

After extensive research and development, it was determined that there was a need for more of a hybrid style stand-up paddle board--one that not only has its roots in traditional surfing but also in other related paddle sports such as canoeing and kayaking. With the endless supply of bodies of water in Florida and increasing momentum in this segment of the water sports market,
YOLO BOARD was born… Standing up and paddling offers a whole new point of view: from paddling with dolphins, to sneaking up on blue crabs, to dropping in at your favorite surf-break, the act of YOLO-ing or stand up paddling has evolved from its surfing roots to a far more extensive means to enjoy time on the water from a new perspective—anywhere—anytime.


For more information please visit:  http://yoloboard.com/

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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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# Dench 2012-07-10 04:55
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