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  • Lucas Oil Winter Care and Maintenance Tips with Ken Mah

    Lucas Oil Winter Care and Maintenance Tips with Ken Mah

    “I have buddies tell me at tournaments about things like trolling motors not being able to be deployed and things like that,” he said. “I ask ‘when is the last time you lube the hinges,’ and they’ll say never.

  • Fish Care Handling

    Fish Care Handling

    Whether you intend to release a fish you catch or you plan to legally keep it, the fish should be handled properly. For the fish’s sake – and yours.

  • Hot weather and fish care - don't put ice directly in to the livewells!

    Hot weather and fish care - don't put ice directly in to the livewells!

    There are many videos online about techniques to cool your livewell water...BUT...

  • Winter Tips for Boat Care from Redding Yamaha Sea-Doo

    Winter Tips for Boat Care from Redding Yamaha Sea-Doo

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    Each year as the end of the season arrives, taking care of your boat and outboard should become a priority. Whether your tournament season has come to an end and you start hunting, or you are putting the boat away for the winter, Some things need to be done to make sure your outboard will last as long as possible.

  • Lure Care Convo

    Lure Care Convo

    After throwing multiple type lures, I need a way to hang dry them before I put them in the storage compartment.

  • All-New Reel Care Kit by Clenzoil

    All-New Reel Care Kit by Clenzoil

    (Tampa, FL) Clenzoil, the leading and most trusted manufacturer of cleaning and maintenance products for the firearms and marine industries since 1948 is pleased to introduce their all-new Marine & Tackle Reel Care Kit. In their continuation of providing new and innovative products coupled with the “tried & true” Clenzoil quality and performance, Clenzoil’s Reel Care Kit is anticipated to be one of their top selling SKU’s in 2019.

  • Tips for Boat Care After Harvey

    Tips for Boat Care After Harvey

    Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, and Rockport hit hard; Salvage operations begun HOUSTON, Texas – With Hurricane Harvey finally headed inland, the storm has left behind damaged recreational boats in its wake. The BoatUS Catastrophe Team now on the ground in Texas reports that Aransas Pass, Port Aransas, and Rockport are the hardest hit areas for recreational boats and salvage operations have begun. To help affected boat owners with the recovery effort, BoatUS has these tips to get the salvage process started quickly to protect and preserve the value of any boat harmed by the storm:

  • Gary Dobyns on Lucas Oil Slickmist Speedwax

    Gary Dobyns on Lucas Oil Slickmist Speedwax

    If it wasn't easy, he wouldn't use it! Gary Dobyns with the Wild West Bass Trail talks to you about one of his favorite boat products, Lucas Oils Slickmist Speedwax.

  • Bass Boat Care: Checking Your Lower Unit with Boatmasters

    Bass Boat Care: Checking Your Lower Unit with Boatmasters

    How to check the fluid in a lower end unit of a Mercury Optimax 250 Pro XS. Always make sure your ready for the water by performing a lower unit check. For Mercury, Mercruiser, Evinrude, OMC, Volvo Penta, and Indmar parts and accessories, please visit boatmasters.com

  • Bass Boat Care: Checking Your Lower Unit

    Bass Boat Care: Checking Your Lower Unit

    How to check the fluid in a lower end unit of a Mercury Optimax 250 Pro XS. Always make sure your ready for the water by performing a lower unit check. For Mercury, Mercruiser, Evinrude, OMC, Volvo Penta, and Indmar parts and accessories, please visit boatmasters.com