4 - Pk. of Type - II Boating Vests

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Affordable and Coast Guard - approved 4 - Pk . of Type - II Boating Vests, PRICED LESS !

Outfit the whole crew with USCG-approved personal flotation Vests, priced way right! It's almost certainly the law that you need these on-board... and it's also smart to have good, fresh ones you can trust.

Safety, ahoy:
  • Bright orange for visibility
  • Adult size, adjustable to fit 30-52" chest
  • Light, non-bulky for comfort, each just 13 ozs.
  • Buoyant polyethylene foam with durable polyester shell
  • Adjustable belt ensures a safe, secure fit.

Time to get underway, Skipper... get yours ONLINE today!


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Articles & Tips
Early Ice: Be Safe!

I love ice fishing, so there's no keeping me off the frozen lakes during winter. I also love being alive, so I'm very cautious about ice safety. To help fellow ice anglers stay safe this year, I've compiled some helpful information and tips, along with some things you should know if you ever have the misfortune of going through.

Ice Safety Essentials: Myths, Self-Rescue Information

Tragically, every year many people die in ice-related incidents. When ice fishing this year, make sure you're prepared with the following information on common ice myths and learn some self-rescue methods. Remember, ice is never 100 percent safe, so exercise caution at all times!

Recognize And Prevent Drowning

Summertime is water recreation time, and with water comes danger. Last winter, I took a "Boater Safety" class sponsored by my local Coast Guard Auxiliary, and I'd like to share some of the information on drowning -- recognition, prevention, and giving aid that they shared with me.

Fish Where The Fish Are

There is a 100 percent chance you won't catch a fish that isn't there. Yet it's amazing how much time anglers spend on spots that simply don't have any finny-critters around. So, before you even think about what live bait or lure you're going to use, or how you're going to present that bait, job No. 1 on any angling adventure is to first find the fish! Here are some tips on how to make it happen!

Decking Out Your Aluminum Boat

We all have a bit of boat envy in us. For some it is the sight of a bedazzled bass boat skimming effortlessly across the water. Others pine for the spacious platform of the latest walleye rig. But, as we tumble back to reality, and economics, we make do with whatever helps get our lure wet. Simple renovations, however, can dramatically transform your "Plain Jane" aluminum boat into the pride of the waterways!

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