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Insurance Corner | 10 Tips to Prevent Boat Theft Ask the Experts | Time for a Checkup Ask the Experts | Ethanol-based Fuel Quiz Product Spotlight | Picking Your Pontoon Boating Madness Sale! Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell Nautical Humor Stupid Human Boating Tricks You Won’t Believe Your Eyes Featured Products and Specials

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Nautical Humor | Boating Cartoon

Enjoy our humor feature of boating cartoons drawn by renowned cartoonist Jerry King. You can view new boating cartoons regularly on our website, follow this link for more cartoons.

You Won't Believe Your Eyes | Unbelievable Photos

Lighten up your day and enjoy a few select “unbelievable” images from our I Love Boating Facebook page!

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks | from the Forums

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

  • Fishing with my wife, I baited her hook for her cause she doesn't like to and said, “You're ready to go.” I was getting another rod ready when a line with the bait came over my shoulder and across my chest. Recognizing what it was, I picked it off and threw it to one side yelling NOoooo... but too late, she was casting. The hook went into my thumb and I was caught. Not good enough for my wife. When the first cast didn't go she did it again, god THAT HURT.... check behind you before you cast, just in case I'm there. We still fish together, we are just a little more careful these days.. LOL
  • I (the Mrs.) was down on the Missouri river when I was younger fishing with my parents. I thought I had a fish bite my bait (I tend to overreact while fishing.......) so I jerked really... Really hard back. Up out of the water comes soaring my hook (which was way closer to the bank than I thought) and the big ole river hook landed right in my mom's neck. THANK GOD it only grazed her and caught the very edge. She started screaming that I had killed her and she was going to die. I think it traumatized me more than her. She had one little drop of blood and it was very, very simple to get the hook out. Now you would think I would have learned not to go ape crazy on my pole when I get a bite but I still do it. The hubby is afraid of me when I fish.
  • As young kids Dad would take us fishing. He spent most of his time dealing with our tangles & stuff. Once I got my lure hung up in a tree above the water. Dad trolls up under the tree poking around trying to get it loose and my brother says, "Look out for that big snake!" Dad turns to look and staring at him is a 5 foot long Water Moccasin no more than 2 feet away--Dad being the cool cat, ducks, backs up, and clips the line.

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