Hope everyone is well in this strange times we are living.
Decided to ask this as a new thread since all the others on the "floats" section are more than a year old.
So I use, and many of you as well, a good quality boogie board as a float. I attach things to it and it helps to move from spot to spot as you lay on them.
Now the question is, has anyone used a good quality boogie as a float for hunting big pelagic?
I got several good boogies around that are not good for surfing anymore but are in good condition.
I figure if they can hold "above water" a 150 pound human, they should do well with a breakaway system for tuna, mahi, etc.