A Basic Boat First-Aid Kit

A Basic Boat First-Aid Kit

Being prepared is a big part of boating safety. It starts with carrying the proper safety equipment and understanding how to use it. One of the recommended items you should keep aboard is a first-aid kit. Although first-aid kits aren’t ...

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How to Fillet Fish with an Electric Knife

How to Fillet Fish with an Electric Knife

Stephen Neil, of Franklin, Tennessee, spent two summers fishing and guiding in Elfin Cove, Alaska. During that time, he filleted hundreds of pounds of fish for clients daily and became quite proficient at the process. Neil was kind enough to ...

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Cook Your Catch: Asian-Style Walleye Wings and Cheeks

Cook Your Catch: Asian-Style Walleye Wings and Cheeks

Fresh walleye dishes are a particular favorite among those who appreciate great fish, and with darn good reason: it’s one of the best-tasting fish in the world, rivaling even the much more popular saltwater species. So it stands to reason ...

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4 Tips for Basic Boating Etiquette

4 Tips for Basic Boating Etiquette

“Etiquette” is basically an old-fashioned word for good manners. While one of the many joys of boating is that it lets us go our own way and do our own thing, we still must share the water with other boaters. ...

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How to Stabilize Fuel with Mercury Pro Seth Feider

How to Stabilize Fuel with Mercury Pro Seth Feider

Success at the professional ranks of competitive fishing often comes down to mastering the variables that can be controlled and managing the ones that can’t. Those variables range outside of the usual things you’d expect to have influence a fishing ...

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Winter Boat Storage Myths Debunked

Winter Boat Storage Myths Debunked

Those warm summer days are a thing of the past. And with winter closing in, we hope you’ve already checked out our How to Store Your Boat for the Winter blog. Winter boat storage is a critical consideration, because when ...

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Cook Your Catch: Perfect Deep-Fried Panfish Fillets

Cook Your Catch: Perfect Deep-Fried Panfish Fillets

Crispy, crunchy and golden on the outside. Soft and flaky on the inside. The perfect deep-fried fish has that oh-so-delicious combination of textures that allows it to hold up well enough for dipping, then fall apart in your mouth with ...

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How to Help Slow the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

How to Help Slow the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Burmese pythons and Asian carp get all the headlines and emergency funding, but there are plenty of other invasive species that are imminent threats to our waterways and wetlands. And as responsible boaters, it’s our job to do everything possible ...

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How to Maintain a Spinning Reel

How to Maintain a Spinning Reel

All anglers want their spinning reels to perform flawlessly each time they hit the water. The drag should sing out smoothly when that bull red or monster striper hits. The bail should close effortlessly after every cast. And the bearings ...

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