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First Time Bay Boat Buyer? Comfort Is Key

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are planning on looking for bay boats to purchase this year, make sure you think about how you want to use your boat and the type of features you will need. Here are some of the top features that most first time and returning buyers want to see in their bay boat: T-Top If you find yourself debating if you should spring for a bay boat with a t-top, the answer is yes! It can get unbearably hot sitting out in the sun on the water. If you want to use your bay boat for an extended period of time on the water, or if you plan on...

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Managing The Madness: Offshore Fishing Boils

Posted by on Feb 11, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Offshore boats can allow fishermen to catch more fish than they might have ever dreamed about. One of the most exciting parts of an offshore fishing trip is getting to fish in a boil. Here are a few tips to help you catch more fish when a boil erupts off the bow of an offshore boat: Tip # 1: Listen and See It’s instinctual; when you see fish boil you’ll want to cast into them. There isn’t much you can do to control this impulse. Many skippers and deckhands label the mentality that results from this impulse as...

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Protecting Your Guns From Moisture Inside A Fireproof Safe

Posted by on Jan 15, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As a gun owner, you lock your guns in a fireproof safe to protect them in the event of a house fire and from theft. Unfortunately, having your guns locked in a fireproof safe does not protect them from one of the most damaging elements that they can be exposed to – moisture. Here, you will learn how to protect your guns from moisture while keeping them locked safely away in your fireproof safe. Remove Straps and Holsters The gun straps and holsters that you use to carry your guns can lock moisture inside of them. If you lock them in your safe...

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Two Tips For Training Your Retriever

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Duck hunting can be a relaxing and enjoyable hobby to have, but being successful with it requires having the right tools for the job. A well-trained retriever can drastically improve your hunting ability by fetching your kills for you. To get the most from your hunting dog, it is vital to follow sound training practices, but if you have never owned this type of dog, this may seem like a confusing task. Luckily, there are two tips you can follow that will drastically improve the performance of your dog the next time you are duck hunting. ...

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Golfing In Perspective: History, Traditions And Rules

Posted by on Dec 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Most American fans take pride in the fact their three main sports of football, baseball and basketball all have strong American roots. However, golfers of all stripes and nationalities revel in enjoying a sport with a revered history and a set of traditions that make the game truly unique. Following uncompromising rules and using a special vocabulary, many golfers seem to enjoy being part of a 500-year old tradition as much as they get pleasure out of being on the course. Competing Against Oneself Perhaps the single biggest distinction that...

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How To Stand Up On A Paddleboard

Posted by on Dec 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Paddleboarding isn’t a brand new water sport, but it is quickly gaining in popularity. With paddleboarding, you either kneel, lie or stand on a flat surface. This is usually a paddleboard, though some people also use a surfboard. If you want to stand on your paddleboard, here are some helpful tips to keep in mind. How to Hold the Paddle The first thing you should learn when paddleboarding is how to hold the paddle. Standing up requires a lot of stability, and it will be very difficult if you have not yet learned the paddling...

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