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Redfish Rendezvous

Redfish Rendezvous

BOTE ambassador Sean Strahlo takes a trip to Port Canaveral for an epic day of redfish paddle board fishing on his Rackham!

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Paddle boarding through caves

Standing on the Current

It's not everyday you decide to take a 105 mile trip down the Current River with nothing but your paddle board, food, and gear. Rainstorms, shallow waters, and rough currents were only a couple of conditions the Malkowicz brothers endured--But thanks to these adventure-driven brothers, we've been given a glimpse down the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, all while on paddle boards.

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hd sup paddling gulf

HD [R]EVOLUTION

BOTE®, a leader in standup paddle board innovations, announces the release of their updated 2016 HD board. With new additional features, accessories, and a brand new look, this board embodies everything about the SUP lifestyle.

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BOTE's new way to transport and store your board

The Link You've Been Missing

Carrying your board is no longer a feat due to BOTE®’s newest accessory–The Travelink™ System. This patent pending, integrated SUP carry system was developed to increase comfort and ease in transporting and storing a paddle board, making your day-to-day trips more enjoyable.

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Scalloping the Port St Joe on BOTE boards

BOTE does Black's Island

Black's Island is located in the Florida Panhandle about one mile of the shore off Port St. Joe in St. Joseph Bay. It is the ONLY island in the bay that has any building, people or power on it. The island, owned and operated by Jeff Bowman, has 25 "bungalows" that resemble something from Figi or Bora bora. It is spectacular. Surrounding the island is miles of grass bottom teaming with sea life, from huge sharks to tiny sea scallops. The scallops are what bring people here. Via snorkel and goggles, people can harvest these delicious creatures from the grass beds. It may take a minute or two to acclimate your eyes to spot them on the bottom, but once you do get it, it's like a giant underwater Easter egg hunt.

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