After completing the cleaning and waxing process (found in the Part 1 & 2 videos of this series), the final step to making your boat really shine is to detail the aluminum and vinyl parts of the boat. In this FS Seminar, we explain the simple steps to do so.
Waxing and polishing after cleaning your boat of all dirt and grime is essential for keeping your boat ship shape. In this FS Seminar, we explain the basic steps of compounding and waxing a boat to achieve that new boat shine and protect it for many more years of use.
Long sticks catch crappie! Cane poles, jigging rods and crappie poles, often more than 12 feet long, are highly effective for catching tasty crappie when these fish are in shallow water. But Florida anglers may find that a fly rod is the most versatile and best crappie stick of them all.
Cellular devices seem capable of doing almost anything thanks to the advent of smartphones and downloadable applications. This versatility and cell phones’ portability are leading many recreational boaters to have too much faith in them as the sole means of communication on the water, especially in emergency situations.
Get down with a floating line. We prefer to fish topwater flies like Gurglers and similar patterns on 7- to 9-weight outfits and weight-forward floating lines. But, there are times when it’s more effective to fish the bottom, as in deeper creeks, potholes and channels.
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