Winterizing Tips for Your Boat

Now is the least favorite time of the year for avid boaters, unless you live in Florida. It is time to put the boat away for the winter. There is more to the unwelcomed task then just tarping the boat.

For the Sportsman/Woman: The Original Fish Grip™

Christmas is coming. As we all make up our gift-giving list, there is one present that should be on the top for all those sportsmen/women out there who need, want and deserve the best!

New Skeeter Team Advantage Deck Offers Unmatched Storage Options

It should be of no surprise that Skeeter Boats, the leading innovator in bass boat design, has answered the call for functional storage with its new Team Advantage deck layout. The ingenious design basically combines two front decks into the sum of a whole.

Time is Now for Seasonal Sails in South Florida

Black Friday signals the official beginning of the holiday sale season. About that same time in late November another great deal begins evolving in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Come for the Fishing and Savor the Cuisine at Home Run Charters

Located at the southwestern tip of Louisiana is the fishing village of Venice, which is the jumping off point for what is undeniably the better of two worlds in saltwater angling.

No ‘Off Season’ for Brandon Palaniuk

Professional bass fishermen relish the “off-season” that follows a non-stop grind of tournament travel from January through September. The boat stays in the garage, and the fishing tackle is stowed. Out comes the hunting gear with days spent relaxing in the great outdoors.

Catch Big Bull Redfish Now!

Think fall and just about anything but going fishing comes to mind. That’s understandable. Thoughts of football, hunting, and other popular outdoor activities come to mind with the mild days and cool nights.

Time is Now for Trophy Marlin

A Hemingwayesque scene probably comes to mind if you are asked to envision taking a seat in the fighting chair and getting strapped in for the fight of a lifetime with an acrobatic marlin.

Shallow Water Anchor Systems for Better Inshore Fishing

Back in the day, staying put on a productive inshore spot meant quietly slipping an anchor overboard to secure the boat. Or impaling into the bottom a push pole tied with a line to the boat. Either way, a clanging anchor chain against the hull, or the crunching noise of the push pole into a shell bottom could send the fish scattering.

Boat Maintenance Basics

When most people think about owning a boat, they focus on the sunshine and pleasant days spent in quiet coves, catching that one great fish or the times spent with family tubing and waterskiing. What they don’t think about is the time spent on the bilge cleaning, oil changes, winterizing and storage. Boat maintenance can be a daunting task, but it is a necessary part

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