Boardworks Badfish Badfisher SUP-DKGE/OLGR/DKGE

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Boardworks Badfish Badfisher SUP-DKGE/OLGR/DKGE - Boardworks Badfish 11 foot Badfisher SUP - Introducing the Badfisher Inflatable SUP by Boardworks. Gliding across the water you can spot tailing fish on a flat stretch or a lunker bass set up for an ambush next to a sunken log. There's simply nothing like sneaking up on fish on your Badfisher SUP board. Standing tall on the board allows you to spot fish earlier so that you can quietly move into position to cast. The Badfisher takes the proven stability and maneuverability of the MCIT inflatable stand-up board and adds custom features that meet the needs of a SUP based angler. Those include increased width for stability while casting, fighting and landing fish as well as several Scotty attachment plates and a variety of D-rings for attaching crates, coolers and other gear. Having an inflatable fishing platforms means there is no place you can't take this craft, spring break with the

Fabric:

  • Proven drop stitch construction

Padding:

  • Foam traction pad

Features:

  • Removable/interchangeable center fin
  • Multi-Chamber Inflatable Technology (MCIT)
  • Multiple Scotty attachment plates
  • Carry bag
  • Bumper bow
  • Glued on rubber outer thruster fins
  • Mid-deck carry handle
  • Several D-ring attachment points
  • Pump
  • Durable military-grade, UV-resistant rubber
  • 4 bow d-rings w/ bungee rigging
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Once I got down to the lower reaches of the river, I experienced a pretty strong headwind coming off the ocean and found that the board seemed to paddle pretty well and efficiently on the flatwater. The river was not flowing too strong so I even paddled back up river and was impressed with the ease of moving forward. The rockered nose allowed moving water to flow under the board instead of piling up against it. I took a friend of mine who has been on a standup before but had not paddled a river on an SUP and he absolutely loved the board. Once I gave the board up to him I never got it back. He was very stable and did not have to swim at any point. I could see his mind racing with the potential of more trips.
Norm at OutdoorPlay.com on 01/17/2013