ePropulsion showcases electric pontoons

ePropulsion has announced that it has partnered with Tiny Boat Nation (TBNation). In collaboration with Mack Boring & Parts Company, ePropulsion’s distributor partner in the U.S., ePropulsion has sponsored TBNation’s all-electric, custom Pond-Tini Series 12 pontoon giveaway. “We are excited about our partnership with TBNation this year. Not only do they have deep roots in […]

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Tackle Warehouse DIY: Must-Have Fishing Storage for Home

Whether your passion is panfish, striper, or strictly bass, organization is fundamental to being effective on the water. Finding the exact item you need at a moment’s notice saves you valuable time and lets you focus on fishing, rather than rummaging around your boat compartments or backpack. However, a well-organized tackle box doesn’t just happen […]

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New Boat for Less

New Boat for Less Find joy in buying a used boat by keeping your goals in focus. Daydreaming of a new boat when “new” isn’t in your budget? Perhaps consider purchasing a used boat to get on the water sooner. Either way, new or used, you have some prep work to do before beginning your […]

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Scanning your Engine Temperature

Engine Scan Keep an infrared thermal device in your onboard toolbox to check engine temperature and more. Finally, a long-awaited week cruising aboard your boat. Pack up the family and the dog to head down to the marina. Stow all your groceries, and start your departure list. The family is well rehearsed to disconnect the […]

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The Stock Market is Looking Better

The Stock Market is Looking Better But… Caution is Still Advised. Hello Gaugers. It was a good and profitable week for those long in the market these past 5 and even 9 days since the beginning of the year. I have read one article and commentary after another stating that we’re surely in the beginning […]

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How to Protect Your Boat’s Finish with Ceramic Coating

In the world of protecting your vessel’s finish, choosing the best protective boat surface application for your vessel will certainly vary. Few will hit all the stress points, including durability, longevity, ease of prep work, ease of application and price point. As salty Floridians, we also must combat the most intense UV rays, saltwater corrosion […]

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Tackle Warehouse DIY: How To Store Hardbaits

Storage and organization are crucial elements of bass fishing, especially when it comes to hardbaits. Keeping your baits properly stored will save you time on the water and extend the life of your baits by keeping them in good condition. This Tackle Warehouse article will showcase different storage options and how to store a general […]

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Tackle Warehouse DIY: Top 5 Jig Modifications

Do jigs catch fish straight out of the package? Absolutely. However, if you take the time to do some simple modifications you can greatly increase your efficiency, boost hook-up ratios, and optimize your presentation for any situation. One of the few bass fishing lures known to catch fish year-round, jigs can be modified throughout the […]

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Windshield Wipers for Boats: FAQs

A windshield wiper system can help you navigate more safely. Imtra The editors at Boating have teamed up with the experts at Imtra to bring you advice on how to keep your boat in Bristol condition and get the most from your hours spent out on the water. For more great tips, see Better Boating with […]

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Troubleshooting Tilt and Trim

Optimize Performance Troubleshooting outboard tilt and trim problems Failure of your boat’s tilt and trim feature will affect all phases of boat operation, from trimming your motor for better fuel economy to simply raising it to avoid damage when trailering. Here’s how we go about Troubleshooting Tilt and Trim. The Joys of Tilt and Trim […]

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How to Install a New Anchor Windlass

Whether you are replacing a windlass or installing one for the first time, we recommend taking a good look around the foredeck. Imtra The editors at Boating have teamed up with the experts at Imtra to bring you advice on how to keep your boat in Bristol condition and get the most from your hours […]

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Installing a Bow Thruster

DIY – Installing a Bow Thruster You found a used boat that has everything to meet your goal—everything but a bow thruster. But you have your heart set on this accessory and have the budget to spare, so you can make it happen. Check out some of the steps to add on this accessory. Research […]

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How to Easily Replace a Broken Fishing Rod Tip

As an angler, you’re only as effective as your gear. Time and time again, formidable game fish prove that weak connections and inferior tackle simply won’t get the job done. Impaired tackle leads to lost fish, it’s that simple. Among the many tackle troubles commonly plaguing everyday anglers, a damaged rod tip is one of […]

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How to Battle Bilge Odors

The Smell of Victory How to battle bilge odors There are many benefits to having a clean bilge. Not only will it be odor-free, but leaks are easier to spot, pumps and limber holes are less likely to become clogged, and there’s less chance of accidentally pumping oily bilge water (and generating hefty environmental fines). […]

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