Add a battery switch – don’t get stranded in the cove

If you don’t already have a battery https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/viagra-en-pharmacie/ switch for your boat, it’s a really great idea. It’s a pretty common thing to

spend a few hours in the cove with levitra online best price the music cranked. Then when it’s time to call it a day, you hit the ignition and you don’t have enough juice left

to turn the engine over.

Go ahead and side step that by installing a battery switch for a second battery. This will allow you to keep the music playing and always get home.

Check out this article on installing your own.

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Posted on: February 24th, 2011 at 5:55 pm

Making sure your interior doesn’t turn in to Mold City over the winter

Boater Life has written up a handy guide to help you make sure mold and other nastiness doesn’t take over your boat’s cabin over the long (or short) winter. The author has several good tips to keep in mind when locking things down for the season. Check it out here at Boater Life.

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Posted on: November 4th, 2010 at 5:47 pm

The Bang List: Observations

It’s the end of another successful summer for me and I decided it was time for some reflection. I’m not the sentimental type, so for me, that meant writing my new bang list. If you aren’t familiar with the term, it’s a technical term for a list of girls that I’ve banged over the course of my career as a cocksman.

It’s not so much the list itself that’s the news item, it’s the observations I made during this time of self-reflection.

Read on for the list!

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Posted on: October 27th, 2010 at 1:40 am

Winterize your boat! A handy guide

As the boating season is coming to an end in many parts of the country and it is time to start thinking about protecting your valuable boat. The time and effort you spend now will have a definite effect on your boat’s performance, or lack of it, and certainly save you time, effort and money come next season. Read more…

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Posted on: September 22nd, 2010 at 12:52 am

Party cove anchoring guide

The foundation for any day of having fun in your favorite party cove is a solid anchoring job. Party cove anchoring is different than typical anchoring for a couple reasons. Mainly because the boats around you change and it will usually will get more crowded. So as the cove fills in, you’re going to have to change your strategy.

Here’s a few tips to keep you nicely anchored and make sure nobody is flipping you off for being a jerk:

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Posted on: September 20th, 2010 at 2:10 am

She doesn’t know she’s crazy

I’ve run circles around this one and I’ve determined that the only downside of being a man is that the opposite sex is often bat-shit crazy. Sure, the male population isn’t a pure group of saints, but I would argue that our sexually inferior counterparts carry the crazy gene. Men do shitty things, and we have logical reasons to do those shitty things.  But we have one obvious weakness: poontang.  P-tang has mysterious properties that once experienced will make you go through the butt-hungry-rhino layer of Hell to get another piece, even if it costs you your dignity and a majority of your possessions. We are wired to go through this for the rest of our natural lives, and that’s ok, because there is nothing more satisfying to heterosexual males than sticking the tuna dragon with our yogurt slingers. The good news is that not all women are crazy, but you need to know how to tell. Lucky for you old Laser has your back, read on! Read more…

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Posted on: August 18th, 2010 at 9:19 am

New boaters’ guide to backing down the ramp

Boat ramp gone badSuccessfully launching your boat depends on being able to back it down a launch ramp. Ramps are a huge frustration to those who have difficultly backing up a trailer. It is even more true for the next guy in line watching the attempts. Smooth operation of a launch ramp depends on the ability of users and adequate preparation before nearing the ramp. Rushing at the launch intensifies as the number of boats in line increases. Users get in a hurry. The drain plugs are not put in, the boat rolls off the trailer or a hitch comes loose causing the whole works to go down the ramp and into the drink.

Here’s a few tips to help those who have trouble with the trailer or are new to trailer boating.

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Posted on: August 12th, 2010 at 6:00 am

She says he’s just a friend

Laser screaming whyyyyWe’ve all been there, questioning the fidelity of our “monogamous” partners, grinding teeth and whining to our confiders about our suspicions. Well, let me save you some face. Old Laser has been through the ringer on this one and now I will drip my warm salty knowledge all over your unsuspecting mind-ginas. Prepare yourself for the truth, it might hurt, or feel good depending on what you’re into. So strap yourself to your seats and slip on the leather zipper mask of understanding. Daddy has something special in store for you.

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Posted on: July 27th, 2010 at 8:15 am

How to load your boat on the trailer efficiently

Loading your boatOne of my favorite pastimes is going to the lake and just watch people load and unload their boats. From backing them down to driving the boat on the trailer to driving back up the ramp. When I was learning my dad told me that to take the boat out without him I had to learn the 15 on / 15 off plan. He said that it should only take 15 minutes to back down the ramp and launch the. Then only 15 minutes to load it. Looking back now that was a little outrageous to hurry that much. But I have watched people take over 30 minutes just to load and center a boat on a trailer, having to back into the water several times.

Here is a quick list of great tips to load a boat efficiently:

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Posted on: July 26th, 2010 at 6:19 am