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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.

Posted by mommicked, Petty Officer 1st Class

I had my boat about a month or so. It’s an 1960 jonboat w/ yamahaF90 max hp for this boat. It will get on plane quick and you sit on the back deck w/ no seat or backrest. My bother and I were going deer hunting at 5am - dark as crap and cold, 35 or something. I idled to the edge of the no wake zone (I don’t know why there were no other boats or trailers in the parking lot) I neglected to tell my brother to hold on as I peered ahead at the shine of the water in the dark and gunned it to get on plane. My brother was sitting 3 ft away. He stood up to get gloves out of his pocket and yelled as he spun towards me - he almost fell right off the back. I grabbed him w my left hand and pulled the throttle and he managed to fall back into the boat. He was hurt from twisting and straining his leg, and falling on the transom. I think he wanted to punch me and I deserved it. He was quite angry w/ me for 5 minutes. I know he could have died and I was shaken. I apologized and was glad he had not gone overboard. I’m sure he would have thrown me in if I’d had to fish him out of the water. He also would’ve whooped my butt if we didn’t freeze solid trying to load the boat back up to go home!!! I always tell everyone to hold on now.

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