Forget about getting fit on a paddleboard. Consider catching fish, instead.
You might want to look into some specialized gear for this niche sport. To facilitate fishing, it can help to have screw-in attachments and deck organizers for gear, like the SUPerFISHal.
You might even want a platform to give you an extra lift off the water.
Some boards are inflatable, making them convenient for camping and fishing trips, according to BoardFisher.com.
SUP fishing has three major advantages over kayak fishing, explains Field and Stream.
"Because you're standing, you get to see more of the water you're fishing, including more of what's under the surface. This makes them an excellent choice for sight fishing," the article says. Standing up also provides a greater range of motion for casting and stand-up boards are light and easy carry around or check onto a plane.
"Drawbacks? Light breezes will blow you all over the water, so they're best in sheltered spots or days when there's very little wind."
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