Yes, it’s always nice to spend some time alone on your board, with a barrier of open water protecting you from the demands of work and family. A lot of people get in to the sport for this very reason: pure solitude. Nevertheless, there are plenty of ways to make your SUP a tool for social interaction and group activity.
Maybe you have heard about Stand Up Paddleboarding from a friend that has fallen in love with the sport, or just saw someone coasting along near the beach or down a river and wanted to investigate it for yourself. While this is a quickly growing sport which has a popularity that is rapidly spreading to … Read more
Stand up paddleboards and fishing are a perfect match. Just think about it… You can approach schools of fish quietly and access the shallow waters, jetties, rivers and inlets that boats cannot. You can paddle right up and move along the pilings where fish often hide out.