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Sea Eagle "FishSUP™ 126"

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Sea Eagle
Model:
FishSUP 126
MSRP ($):
899

If you are passionate about fishing, interested in an inflatable stand up paddle board and don’t want to make any compromises, then the Sea Eagle FishSUP 126 is exactly what you need. Sea Eagle is another brand that has been in the business since the late sixties and the FishSUP 126 is an iSUP that offers the culmination of all that experience. The first thing you’ll notice about the FishUP is how large and sturdy it looks. At 12'6” in length and 40” wide, this is a board that offers unmatched buoyancy, stability and space compared to cheaper inflatables. Incredibly enough, it can still be deflated and stowed away in a backpack at the end of the day.

Sea Eagle created this paddle board specifically for fishermen and it is tapered from bow to stern, along with a swallow tail design, which enhances maneuverability and stability even further. Stand or sit in comfort thanks to its deck pad, which is made from protective, non-slip EVA foam. It even has a built-in 36” fish ruler, so you’ll always be sure if your catch is of legal length or not. The drop stitch material that covers the board is also exceptionally durable and it has additional reinforced layers, so you can steer into hard to reach fishing areas without fear of punctures or damage ruining your trip.

The FishSUP 126 also has a couple of other features that set it apart from the competition. In addition to a paddle pocket to keep your paddle stowed away securely when not in use, it also has 14 stainless steel D-ring attachment points, which makes attaching accessories a breeze. The laced elastic cord system, found at the bow, can also be used to secure your gear. Best of all, the FishUP 126 has a removable rear motor mount, which means you can easily attach an electric trolling motor of up to 55 lbs thrust if you wish. Despite its slightly larger size and weight, the FisUP can still be transported and launched with ease thanks to its front and rear grab handles as well as the middle carry handle that comes complete with a Sea Eagle cushion grip pad.

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