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Solo SUP adventure / Smelly fish and sleeping on a cliff edge!

After being shown some of the basics to SUP touring from Will our SUPboarder touring expert, Reuben goes on his own mini solo SUP adventure. But it’s not your usual adventure…he has no food!  For his own personal challenge Reuben sets off for a night away, hoping to get back to basics with only his Red Paddle Co Sport 11′, a dry bag full of the basic camping essentials, a fishing line and a rock pooling net. As well as catching his dinner Reuben caught the SUP adventure bug too!

“A SUP adventure no matter how small should be experienced by all. I set out to challenge myself but found it was more about taking a step back from busy life to get back to basics once again. It's not until you stop you realise how much just passes us by. Get out there, it's waiting for you! Reuben”

Let us know in the comments below if you’d like to see more SUP adventures and different things you can do with your SUP. Also check out Will’s Touring videos below. We hope this has inspired you to get out there and give it a go. It’s my turn next!!

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Superhans
Superhans
1 year ago

More videos with adventure ideas like this please!
Trying to decide between a Red compact and a Hatha Stride. I travel a lot by air so compact would be better for that, but I’m not sure if I could do one nighters like this on a compact. No fishing for me though!

Superhans
Superhans
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thanks. Realised the compact doesn’t have the weight capacity to take any gear with me so I’m going for the Stride! Do you guys share your Geosup usernames so we can follow your trip ideas?

antsurf76
antsurf76
1 year ago

Great vid, more of that inspirational stuff please!

kate
kate
1 year ago

Oh this is awesome! I love SUP touring so much. You’ve inspired me to start planning a trip… Please, please, please do more content like this!!

Marcus
Marcus
1 year ago

Very inspirational and an enjoyable watch. Planning my own mini adventure on my Red paddle 12’6 sport. Keep them coming!

Bradford Thayer
Bradford Thayer
3 months ago

Reuben, After watching your videos, (very entertaining), and seeing your reviews of boards and paddles, I took the plunge and purchased a 12’6 Blackfin. I’m 69, better late than never… and am looking forward to some touring along with my kayak sailing trips this spring. Keep those videos coming!
Brad, from across the pond

Frank
Frank
4 days ago

Great vid. Thanks for sharing. Do you think a Red 12’6 Sport (12’6×30″) would be able to handle the waves as easily as you made it look like with the 11’0x30″ one? I’m right now debating between the Red Sports 11’3×32″x4.7″ and 12’6×30″x5.9″. Which one do you think would be handle those waves better? Thank you.

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