A 100% waterproof bag, with the accessibility of a real backpack. Whether it's for shore fishing, boat fishing or even stand up paddle fishing, Infladry 25 is the new must have from hPa. 100% waterproof zipper 100% waterproof front pocket Made of TPU fabric (stays flexible even in cold weather) Side MOLLE loops (accessories in the pictures are sold...
100% waterproof TPU Waistpack. The waterproof zip guarantees a perfect seal while allowing perfect access to the contents of the bag. Internal compartments on each side of the bag. Delivered with belt and shoulder strap. Rod holder available separately.
Keep your hands free This belt rod holder allows you to keep your hands free for all manipulations (montages ....). Great for SUP Fishing, it allows you to row efficiently without being bothered by your rod. Max diameter of the rod: 34 mm Available with or without a belt Wide Tactical Belt Large clip closure Velcro adjustment
The essential accessory for fishing drift boat. Can significantly slow the drift of all the small boats, kayaking in the center console. Product developed specifically for fishing: Are supplied in a net bag with a strap (10 meters).
The MINIGRIP is a tiny Fishgrip designed by HPA for fine fisheries, particularly rockfishing. It is intended to preserve the mouth of the fish, to avoid handling them with your fingers (which is always harmful for them) and to guard against bites of certain species.
Straight from the USA where it has existed for many years, FISHGRIP PLASTIC is finally available in France. Its self-locking pliers type of construction plastic and stainless material brings only advantages over traditional fish clips.
Forerunner in the practice of fishing on Stand Up Paddle Board, otherwise called SUP Fishing, hPa offers accessories designed for this fishing practice.
Going from the waterproof bag to the rod holder, hPa's sup fishing gear will simplify your life once you stand on your board. You will find on the market many models of boards suitable for fishing, but dedicated accessories are still few.