Prop Blade Rake: Not Easy to Explain, but Crucial for Optimal Boating

Prop Blade Rake: Not Easy to Explain, but Crucial for Optimal Boating

One key prop dimension is blade rake. In technical terms, rake is the angle of a propeller blade relative to its hub when viewed from the side. If the blade is perpendicular to the propeller hub, like the blades of ...

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Cook Your Catch: How Peter Miller Grills Steaks Dockside

Cook Your Catch: How Peter Miller Grills Steaks Dockside

There’s no doubt the bounty provided by the oceans and freshwater fisheries is something to be treasured – and one of the big perks of boating and angling. But sometimes, nothing but a steak will do. Maybe you haven’t been ...

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How to Customize Your Mercury Outboard with Color Accent Panels

How to Customize Your Mercury Outboard with Color Accent Panels

George Poveromo believes that keeping a boat looking sharp is an important part of maintaining pride of ownership. That’s why the host of the TV show “George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing” pays such close attention to his boats’ specialty ...

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Lobstering 101 Mercury Marine

Lobstering 101

Assuming you already have a boat, getting started lobstering requires only minimal investment in equipment. You’ll need a snorkel, mask, gloves and fins plus a special measuring device and a tool called a tickle stick, which is a lightweight rod ...

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Quick Tip: How to Replace a Boat Trailer Winch Strap

Quick Tip: How to Replace a Boat Trailer Winch Strap

You might not think about the winch on your boat trailer too often, but it’s a vitally important workhorse that gets used every single time you launch or load your boat. Its simple gear-reduction design lets you manually pull a ...

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Kevin VanDam Mercury Marine

Relentless

Kevin VanDam’s approach to competitive bass fishing can be described many ways: fast, cerebral, clutch, prepared, confident, unyielding. In a word, relentless. VanDam, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, has been a professional bass angler for three decades, and in that span he’s ...

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Is it Time to Replace Your Life Jacket?

Is it Time to Replace Your Life Jacket?

Life jackets* don’t have an expiration date. If you buy a quality jacket and care for it properly it can last years unless it somehow gets torn or otherwise damaged. However, even the highest quality, most carefully cared-for personal flotation ...

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