That has been my time tested model from our whitewater specific and standing wave boards to making my vehicles run on recycled vegetable oil. When I started planning this SUP for Orphans trip I naturally thought of my friends at C4. Their new Isup trekker is the best board for the paddle out. Since all gear for this trip has to be driven or flown in inflatables ae the ideal choice. There is only one problem: We are paddling the Trekkers 40-50 miles out of the Rio Dulce. Half of that journey is open ocean. The dilema we ran into is no one makes a longboard fin with a FCS plug. I contacted FCS and they said the biggest option they had was about a 5" keel. I didn't think that would suffice so I had a few fin bases machined and reshaped them to fit the Trekkers cuddlefish boxes. Now you can have an inflatable with a proper longboard fin.
PROBABLE SUP FIRST DESCENT ON THE CANYON SECTION OF THE SOUTH FORK OF THE PAYETTE.
Got to SUP the Canyon of the S. Fork on Sunday. It was a really good run for padleboarding. I wouldn't say that it was the most difficult whitewater I have run but the bigger rapids were up there on the list for sure. I got to test some new padding from G-Form and its the best protection I have ever used on the water hands down.
One man show for Corridor and general water sports hobo. Not sure why I use the WE all the time. I should get some more people.