Last year I turned 50……..there, I said it, and am wearing it proudly. Much like others, age is nothing more than a transition for me.
The people who now me also know that I mostly paddle with a Greenland paddle. But sometimes I need something with some more "punch" inte the paddle, mostly when surfing and rock hopping.
There are many different rivers in the state of Texas that I enjoy fishing, but one river has consistently set itself apart from the others – the Devils River.
It can be a bit daunting when you really get into stand-up paddleboarding. It can also get pretty expensive!
Safety should always be top-of-mind when you’re fishing from your stand-up paddleboard. Here are my top tips for paddling and fishing safely…
Marathon paddling…adventure paddling…distance paddling. Call it whatever you like, it's unlike any other adventure you can experience.
In September of 2016 I (Jesse Hieb) had the opportunity to take three weeks away from work to stand-up paddle board the entire 430 miles of the Wisconsin River so that I could create a documentary