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Stupid Human Boating Tricks | from the iboats.com Forums
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As always, Stupid Human Boating Tricks from our very own iboats.com Forums and I Love Boating Facebook page.

  • First outing of this season and I finally did it, left the plug out. Of course, before we left the house the admiral asked if I planned on wearing my regular shoes and where were my water shoes? and I sealed my fate by saying "I'm not planning to get my feet wet today".

    So we put the 'lil jon in and pull it up on the ramp while she's parking the truck and I make a quick pit stop. She wanders down and says "is all that water supposed to be in there?" We actually got a pretty good laugh out of it, and got to make sure the bilge pump still works.

  • The guy who pulled up to launch while we were draining it had that all knowing smirk on his face, but didn't say a word.

  • I didn't want to risk it out there this weekend so I took the kids to the beach. There was a huge family gathering going on and one of them brought a canoe. They had 2 permanent flip up seats mounted to it. Two young adults took turns taking younger kids (5-8 years old) for rides. No life jackets of course. The bow sat really low and the guy in front looked really crammed in there. It took a while to figure out what was wrong... they had the seats facing backwards. About 20 minutes in they figured out something was wrong but instead of turning the seats around they actually started paddling backwards and looking over their shoulders. It would have been funnier except for the lack of life jackets.

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