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Beneath the Surface Podcast: The Everglades

Beneath the Surface Podcast: The Everglades

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Welcome to the second installment of BOTE’s Beneath The Surface Podcast. Corey and Sean will discuss the unprecedented, foolish, yet trip-of-a-lifetime through the Florida Everglades.
Five Questions to Consider Before Buying a Paddle Board

Five Questions to Consider Before Buying a Paddle Board

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With such a wide variety of options, how do you know which paddle board is right for you? Here are the five questions you should ask yourself before buying a paddle board.
How to Fold the DEUS Aero Kayak

How to Fold the DEUS Aero Kayak

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Step-by-step instructions on how to fold your DEUS Aero Kayak and place it in the travel bag.

Second Only to the Amazon • Clinch River: SUP the State - Part 3

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Second Only to the Amazon: SUP the State - Part 3 The Clinch River is the most bio-diverse in the northern hemisphere – second in the world only to the Amazon river for the greatest concentration of rare and imperiled freshwater animals. Rare freshwater mussels and endangered fish can be found in the clear Appalachian waterway, which is also considered one of America’s premiere trout streams. Should you want to explore by paddle board, you’ll find 50 miles of smooth, slow-moving Class I water. Expect to see miles of uninterrupted old-growth forest, rising distant mountains, wooded ridges and pastures along...

36°32’27.1”N, 83°37’53.7”W • Powell River: SUP the State - Part 2

36°32’27.1”N, 83°37’53.7”W • Powell River: SUP the State - Part 2

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36°32’27.1”N, 83°37’53.7”W: SUP the State - Part 2 Launch points into the Powell River are so remote, the locations are given by GPS coordinates. Steep, one-way gravel roads and unmarked grassy slopes under a bridge are the norm, and you can go 20 miles on your paddle board without seeing another soul. As one of the finest remote float streams in Tennessee, the Powell flows through sparsely populated Appalachian forest, providing habitat for about 100 species of fish, 30 varieties of freshwater mussels, birds, turtles, plants and animals such as beaver and river otter. It’s also known for smallmouth and...

Caring For Your Inflatable Paddle Board

Caring For Your Inflatable Paddle Board

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Caring For Your Inflatable Paddle Board
Upgrade Your Paddle Board with BOTE Accessories

Upgrade Your Paddle Board with BOTE Accessories

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Think beyond the paddle board for the ultimate experience on the water. From specialty racks to carrying straps, the right accessories make your paddle board experience the best it should be!
Beyond the Board: An Inflatable Kayak with the Soul of a Stand Up Paddle Board

Beyond the Board: An Inflatable Kayak with the Soul of a Stand Up Paddle Board

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The BOTE inflatable kayak transforms from kayak to a stand up paddle board in seconds, and offers remarkable performance in either platform.
Rover: The Ultimate Micro Skiff

Rover: The Ultimate Micro Skiff

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Rover - The Ultimate Micro Skiff Frequently people ask, "Can I put a motor on it?" ("It" referring to every product in our line). The biggest BOTE fans often want to move across the water quickly, from spot to spot, to enjoy their fishing and water activities with more than just their paddle boards. The beauty of the BOTE Rover is that it has the joy of a paddle board with the fantastic inclusion of a motor. It truly is the flagship option for those who want to have the most options out on the water. The beauty of the...