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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.

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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.

  • My family and I were out on the lake when we herd a boat having trouble so we went to check it out,this guy would try to bring the boat to a plane and the nose of the boat would bury itself, filling the boat with water, when we got closer we noticed his boat was still hooked to the trailer.
  • I tend to look at craigslist pretty much daily looking for repairable boats I can fix and resell. Lately I've began using "CraigsList Helper" as it helps me sort through ads all around me.

    Some of the ads are hilarious, some are born out of ignorance, and some... well, I have no idea what they are doing.

    A few of my current favorites:

    "The boot does have a slight tear in it and slightly takes on water. Run the belge pump from time to time and its fine. I've ran it like that for three years."

    "would make someone a really nice boat with a little tlc...." Entire boat was gutted so yeah, a "little TLC" will fix it right up. NOT!

    "Has a non-running 170 horsepower Johnson and comes with additional 170 horsepower Johnson(non-running) , Boat needs floor decking - easy fix, trailer in good condition and worth the price alone."

    "Nice boat with 2 foot hole in hull, easy fiber glass fix if your a handy person..."

    And of course they all think its worth big money...

  • My wife and I fish together 4 nights a week. we use a 17 foot Glastron ski boat with 90 horse evenrude. The boat is a 1975. Our fishing hole is 5000 acres and our favarite fishing hole is about 3 miles from the boat ramp. This summer we went out at about 6:30 PM and fished until 2:30 AM. We boated 6 really big Smallies for Northern Wis. and 4 keeper walleye. Thats limit for 2 on our lake. The problem came when we went to go home and found out that the light and radio had run the battery down to just a grunt when I hit the starter. I tried to rope that big motor but to no avail. Here we are in the middle of the night and not one sole out on the lake and the current is taking us away from the ramp. Lucky for us I had 2 long ores on the boat and she on one side and I on the other we played Ben Hur and rowed that 17 footer all the way to the ramp in just under 2 hrs. Needless to say I now carry a spare battery and some tools. Good exercise thou.

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