Hooked SUP Stand Up Paddle Board E-mail
Saturday, 01 January 2011 07:33

SUP

The Hooked SUP is the most stable standup surfboard in the industry today. It was designed with the fisherman and diver in mind. It has two insert areas for Scotty brand deck mounted rod holders. One forward and one aft. It works great with a Scotty Triple rod holder in the front position. There are 12 tie down points, 6 forward and 6 aft for leashing down all types of gear. Full EVA deck pad for comfort and grip on the board. The bottom of the board is flat from side to side to add to stability One anchor mounting area in the nose and one in the tail. This user-friendly board is 36" wide and is 11'8" long and 5.25" thick while still weighing only 38 lbs. The board will float over 400 lbs because of its massive 285-liter volume. The Hooked SUP features a totally flat deck for ease of moving around and balancing. Some other "fishing designed" SUP's have contoured decks and do not have full length deck pads which makes tying down gear and movement very cumbersome and awkward. This board has been designed by a fisherman to make for the most functional fishing SUP and not just an afterthought.

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The Hooked SUP can also be rigged up with an electric trolling motor while using a 120 Coleman quart cooler as the transom bracket and using the existing tie down areas. I rigged mine up with a 30 lb. thrust motor from Walmart and it worked quite well!

With all of the gear removed, the Hooked SUP is a great paddling Standup Board by itself and a blast for the whole family. For more info visit

http://alexaguera.com/fishing-sups/

 

 
 
 
 

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