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GoPro: UCT wakesurfing! The never ending wave
GoPro wakesurfing behind a Mastercraft X-star with the UCT wakeboarding, wakesurf, waterski and surfing club! The best summer times on the water with the Uni...
Marine Refrigeration Options for Boats and Yachts: What’s Available?
Finding the best refrigerator or freezer for your boat or yacht can be a surprisingly difficult challenge. Through our over forty-five years in business as a marine refrigeration manufacturer, Frigibar has recognized that the most difficult aspect of finding the right unit is knowing what’s available from manufacturers, and then deciding what type of option will fit your exact needs We’ve put together this list of all of your options for marine refrigeration systems broken down by style. We also highlight companies in addition to Frigibar who manufacture marine refrigeration systems Regardless of whether you’re building a vessel from scratch, just looking to upgrade your freezer, or refurbishing a historic beauty back to her original state,…
Boat Fire Extinguishers: Four Myths From the BoatUS Foundation : BoatUS Press Room
ANNAPOLIS, MD, April 19, 2016 – Every spring, the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water receives questions from boaters about fire extinguishers. To help set the record straight here are four fire extinguisher myths debunked: Myth #1: Tapping or striking the extinguisher keeps…
Tips for Storing a Boat Ashore
How to Repair Damaged Boat Props (Nicks and Dings)
A little prop damage can equal big performance reductions. This short video shows you how to quickly restore your prop to like new condition.
New and preowned boat sales in Portsmouth, VA, and Littleton, NC
Bill's Marine Incorporated is located in Portsmouth, Virginia and Littleton, North Carolina. Proud to offer a full line up of boats from Cobalt, Tige, Marker One and MasterCraft Boats, also with excellent service, parts and boat financing. Serving the areas of Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Elams, Lake Gaston and Littleton
A Beginner's Guide to Bait Fishing
In this group of scrappy fighters, there's a fish for every angler, from the cane-pole kid after a mess of sunnies to the hardcore panfisherman chasing suspended crappies. Unless you want to miss bites, your baits should be nearly as varied Field & Stream Online Editors Are You Fishing From Shore? When panfish crowd shallow shoreline cover, one of the simplest routes to a fish fry is to meet them there with an old standby: a worm and a bobber. The Rig: Thread a small garden worm onto a size 8 or 10 light-wire hook, letting just the very ends dangle. Attach a small fixed bobber to keep the bait 1-"2 feet beneath the surface. Add a split shot and cast it to the edges and pockets of weedbeds, and around timber. Early…
There are many things to consider when determining which Trailer Tire is right for your trailer. We are going to discuss the main points that need to be addressed when outfitting your trailer with new Trailer Tires. Should you use Radial or Bias-Ply? Should you use Load range C or Load Range D? Do I have to use an ‘ST’ tire? These are all good questions First off, we will revisit the Radial vs. Bias-Ply debate that was covered in a previous blog, only today’s entry will be much briefer. Radial tires are going to be better suited for highway/high volume usage. This is because they tow better at higher speeds and last longer than a Bias. They also shed heat better, reducing the risk of blow-outs on long hauls. Bias Ply tires…