We've compiled 21 of the best fishing paddle board photos to inspire your next fishing adventure. These photos will make you want to drop everything, grab your inflatable fishing paddle board, and hit the water to catch some fish!
We'll start off with this awesome fishing paddle board setup. All ready for a day out on the water.
A happy customer on our Tower iSUP Adventurer.
Our Tower inflatable paddle boards can withhold a great deal of onboard weight making it easy to add extra chairs and coolers to your fishing trip.
Best to be the first one out in the water. Catch them when they least expect you!
Beautiful shot of the first throw of the day. Nothing beats paddle board fishing on a nice glassy river.
Paddle boarding to greener pastures.
Inflatable stand up paddle boards are great for paddle board fishing due to their increased volume, buoyancy, and greater width when compared to hardtop SUP's.
Everybody's getting in on the action! Our womens paddle board is great for all women fisherman out there.
Our Tower womens iSUP can withstand up to 400lbs of onboard weight. Easily add a cooler or a storage bin as seen above!
Reeling in the first catch of the day. Perhaps a shark?
Eyes set on the prize. Anchoring your fishing paddle board can be easy with our d-ring paddle board accessories.
Our smaller river SUP fins will also allow your board to venture into shallower waters without bottoming out.
It's best to have a fishing paddle board dog as a companion while on the water. A lot of dogs love to go paddle boarding!
Tower's EVA foam pads that come on all of our inflatable paddle boards provide the perfect cushion and support for long days out on the water.
Our iSUP deck is also great for adding traction while throwing your fishing rod.
An awesome catch!
You never know what you may reel in on your fishing paddle board adventure.
It's easy to look stylish while on an inflatable touring paddle board.
Paddle in one hand, and a nice catch in the other.
Even your kids will want to join you on your fishing SUP adventure.
Make sure to catch the sunset on your way home. Hopefully with a cooler full of fish for dinner!