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Airhead SUP Bonefish 1138

Paddle Board Make & Model

Brand:
Airhead SUP
Model:
Bonefish 1138
MSRP ($):
1199

The Bonefish 1138 is one of two inflatable stand up paddle boards that Airhead SUP has to offer anglers. It is the same length (11'6”) as its stablemate, but measures in 6” wider at 38”. This is thanks to the two inflatable sponsons that can be found on either side of the deck. According to Airhead SUP, these sponsons not only provides additional stability for when you encounter rough water, but will also help you when you are fighting a big fish.

The Bonefish 1138 is not just a super stable fishing platform, but also comes with a few other notable features. First up is the four integrated mount pads that you’ll find strategically placed on the board. These are designed to hold four fishing rod racks and are compatible with the Airhead SUP Fishing Rack and/or Bucket Rack. In addition, you’ll also find two smaller accessory mounts. These can be used for either small rod holders or other accessories and are quite useful. As if these were not enough, the Bonefish 1138 also has two stainless D-ring cooler tie downs, 10 stainless steel D-rings and two stretch tie-down, so loading all your equipment is definitely not an issue. Overall, the Bonefish 1138 has a capacity of about 350 lbs, despite only weighing 41 lbs.

For anglers to whom looks is just as important as functionality, the Bonefish 1138 won’t disappoint either. It has classic teak-look EVA decking, which looks great and also provide you with sure footing. It is also easy to carry even when fully loaded, thanks to a molded handle on the fore and one that can be found aft. Maneuverability on the water is improved by two 6” and one 9” removable fins. Since it is an inflatable stand up paddle board, the Bonefish 1138 has three EZ push hi pressure valves and one PRV valve. It also comes complete with a mesh backpack, a high pressure hand pump, pressure gauges, valve wrench, board strap as well as repair kit. So, all you need to get out on the water is a rod and paddle. If you don’t need the extra stability of the sponsons then the Bonefish 1132 is also a good option, though, and can be bought for a little less.

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