Summer Has Arrived So Here’s A Boating Safety Tip to Keep In Mind – 262211

June 24th, 2011 | Posted by SavvyBoater in Everything Boating & Fishing - (Comments Off on Summer Has Arrived So Here’s A Boating Safety Tip to Keep In Mind – 262211)

Did you know they call skin cancer “the sailor’s Disease”?  Summer boating season is here and direct sun coupled with intense UV reflected from the water dramatically increase the amount of sun you get when you’re out on the boat.  A beautiful afternoon on the water can lead to serious sunburn for the unprotected. While …
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Cardboard Boats: Sink or Swim?

June 22nd, 2011 | Posted by denise in Everything Boating & Fishing - (Comments Off on Cardboard Boats: Sink or Swim?)

Students in Plentywood High School’s Advanced P.E. class received an unusual assignment this year: construct a cardboard boat and paddle across Bolster Dam. Bolster Dam is a small, 100 acre dam on the north end of Plentywood, MT. It is a popular spot for fishing, kayaking, and the occasional jet skier. Bitterly cold temperatures during …
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June Contest: Free Carver Boat Cover

June 14th, 2011 | Posted by denise in Specials & Contests - (Comments Off on June Contest: Free Carver Boat Cover)

If you’re lucky, your boat spends more time on the water than in storage. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for the majority of boat owners (although I’m sure many wish it was!). While your boat is in storage, it can be exposed to a number of elements like rain, dirt, mildew, and UV rays. One …
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A beautiful Scarab on a boat lift in Crystal River, Florida While our boat is small, it was still too large to check as luggage on our flight, so we met up with Captain Stacey Dunn in Crystal River, Florida. Stacey holds her 50 Ton Masters license, but since retiring spends her time on Manatee Conservation …
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