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From NBOA – How to Budget Your Boating Season iboats.com April Spring Savings Event Ask the Experts – How to Turn Your Boat Into a Wakeboard Tow Boat Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell – Tom and the King of Lake Michigan Nautical Humor Stupid Human Boating Tricks Boat Review – Century 2102 Featured Products and Specials


Nautical Humor Jokes

1) A sailor, after running aground on a sand bar, paid a passing fisherman fifty dollars to pull him off with his boat...

2) Two fishermen were on opposite sides of a lake. One yelled across to the other saying; "Any luck?" The second yelled back; "Real good here!" ...

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

My first reaction is to throw the engine in neutral, so I pull the throttle back. The boat starts to slow fast . . . too fast. I look forward and see the nose of my boat about a foot under water, with my friends scrambling (as the crowd does at a big concert when the headlining band comes on) towards me...

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From NBOA | How to Budget Your Boating Season
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It’s no secret that boating is a costly activity. If you’re not careful, fuel prices, docking fees and routine maintenance expenses can put a damper on anyone’s boating plans. That is why we’ve put together a few helpful hints to keep your boating expenses to a minimum this season! Check out these quick tips for shorter excursions, group travel, fuel efficiency, packing smart, and more.

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iboats.com April Spring Savings Event
part of iboats.com 10 Year Anniversary Celebration!

Spring brings new life, and with it, new hopes and dreams of "catching the big one." For some, "catching the big one" means getting big air off that gnarly wake, or perhaps encouraging your kids awesome cannonball off the dock. For Bruno Sr., Chairman of iboats.com, and for others, it means hooking that monster fish that kept toying with him last year (and the year before). Fortunately, for all us boaters and water enthusiasts, "catching the big one" during April at iboats.com means big savings on over 7500 popular spring boating products. Shop our April Spring Savings Event now for extra markdowns and discounts on all your boating needs.

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Ask the Experts | How to Turn Your Boat Into a Wakeboard Tow Boat
courtesy of Boating Magazine

Next to massive wakes, nothing delivers airtime for a wakeboarder like a tower. Like a tow pylon on steroids, towers raise the attachment point of your towrope, eliminating the downward pull that goes hand-in-hand with transom-mounted eyes or traditional ski pylons. The result is an instant boost in height for the aspiring boarder and a likewise increase in hang time, two factors that will rapidly push riders to new skill levels. Towers also have a practical side. By serving as an attachment point for such items as board racks and speakers, they free the cockpit from clutter. Didn’t splurge on a tower-equipped wake monster already? No worries. You can add your own aftermarket tower (for as little as $774 with iboats.com Wakeboard Tower Sale) and a few hours of labor. Here’s what to look for.

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell | Tom and the King of Lake Michigan

Summer of 1981.
In those days Lake Michigan was stocked with both coho and chinook (king) salmon. One of the stocking points was in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. After three or four years the mature fish returned to their stocking point to spawn. For several years I had fished the 2 mile shipping channel from Sturgeon Bay to Lake Michigan, and both the bay and the lake at spawning time (around Labor Day, and a couple of weeks earlier), invited pretty good luck.

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Boat Review | Century 2102
by Lenny Rudow | courtesy of Boating Magazine

The Century 2102 Inshore is a bay boat that's efficient and fast, fishes hard, and handles tougher conditions than an average bay boat. This 21'8"-by-8'6" boat is perfect for bay anglers who want a turnkey machine -- load on your rods and tacklebox, and head out. The forward stowage compartment is huge, sized for three deep-cycle batteries, so you can put in a whopping 36-volt model without using up your stowage.

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