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Six Tips to Tow like a Pro

Author: Michael Perulli

If you own a jet boat, ski boat, or any other craft that lends itself well to watersports, chances are you spend a good amount of time on the water pulling riders. We sat down with Pro Wakeboard Tour driver and owner/operator of The Boarding School in Orlando, Travis Moye. Travis has pulled thousands of riders and knows what it takes to pull a rider like a professional. We’ve got six great tips from Travis below to help you tow like a pro and improve your sessions.

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5 Ideas for a Fisherman’s First Boat

Author: Discover Boating

woman salmon kayak alaskaWhen fishing from the dock doesn’t satisfy anymore, it’s time to take it offshore. Oftentimes, a small fishing boat is the first vessel an angler will purchase. If you’re ready to start taking your fishing game to the next level, we have five suggestions for your first vessel below.

Fishing Kayak

Fishing kayaks are a great and affordable entry level fishing boat. These kayaks are specially designed with the angler in mind and come with rod holders and plenty of storage compartments to fit bait, tackle and more. The one drawback to these are that they can only be used for rivers and small bays. Continue reading

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Fishing with my Dad – Father’s Day Memories

Author: Guest Author

DCIM100GOPROThis is a guest post by Ashley Rae.

Some of my favorite times spent out on the water are those I’ve spent fishing with my Dad. I didn’t grow up with him teaching me to fish, but rather with a family friend who was very close to us. My brother and I were introduced to fishing at a young age, and since then it has been something I’ve loved to do. Over the years I have spent more and more time on the water, now making fishing not just my ideal way to spend time, but also the focus of my career. Continue reading