Summer from Florida paddles with Manatees on a SUP tour. In the winter manatee stack up in the Banana River canals which makes for great viewing opportunities. Paddle boarding has been making a huge surge in the water sports arena, couple the simplicity of SUP with clever products like this patent pending SUP PaddleFish™ and you are right in the mix! Summer gets up close and personal to this mom and calf without disturbing them.
Paddlefish SUP and a couple manatee
Meet Oksana Skolnaja BD Outdoors newest fishing Chick. This girl can hang with the best of them says Captain Andy Mezirow in Seward, Alaska. BD’s Chicks fishing has become one of the most popular areas on the net to check out what those fishing women are up too.
Well–I know we call our site ChicksFishing but with the popularity of paddle boarding these days we have to start paying homage to the girls who SUP! Here’s Amy on a BOTE Lowrider paddling on the Banana River, Florida. If you are in the market for a new or used paddle board check out All Water Adventures. If you are looking to get SUP lessons or take a paddle boarding lesson check this out FunonCocoaBeach.com.
Tammy Jo landed this hefty Spring Chinook on the Clearwater River in Orofino, Idaho.
Kristine G. sent us this pic of herself with an impressive Red Drum. Way to go!
Stacey Parkerson has caught more than 50 world records in both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. She was the first woman to land a world-record blue marlin on fly, and has since tallied 12 billfish records. Fishing with fellow world-record holder Enrico Capozzi on the 52-foot Spirit of Pilar, Stacey is far from done. She’s currently targeting Atlantic marlin and sailfish world records. She took some time away from the cockpit to answer some questions about what drives her passion.
Great Interview with Stacey and more photos over at BDOutdoors.com
Amy N. sent us this photo saying
“My first legal snapper caught in the shallows! =D”
Nice fish and we love that hat!
Sheri Day is true fishin chick. The guys at BDOutdoors sat down for a q and a with the accomplished free diver and spear fisher.
When asked about her most memorable catches she responded
The fish I remember most are not always the most impressive looking in photos. Some big fish were relatively easy to spear, and some smaller ones were really difficult. For example, I remember getting a “mu” and an “uku” in Hawaii. They are not big fish, but they are very stealthy and require a long breath-hold before they will allow you to get near them.
Read the full article about Sheri Day and see some great pics over at bdoutdoors.com