Paddle Safely: Tips for the Canoe & Kayak Enthusiast

One of the best things when it comes to kayaking or canoeing is that they are user-friendly and remarkably safe activities for people to enjoy. Understanding the importance of safety, however, is extremely important because when you choose to get in that canoe or kayak, you are placing

Are You Prepared for Boating Season

With boating, the excitement can begin long before you get to the water. That goes for preparing for the season just around the corner.

Skeeter Owner’s Tournament Celebrates Milestone

Skeeter Boats celebrates not one, but two anniversaries this year with its 70th anniversary of making boats, and the 25th anniversary of the Skeeter Owner’s Tournament.

Springtime for Inshore Fishing

The answer is similar to how the change of seasons stirs animals into action. Warming water temperatures equate to the same transitional behavior now that inshore saltwater species anticipate and anglers enjoy in spring.

Backpackers Never Forget “The Big Three”

There are many industries that refer to “The Big Three.” Whether it be automobile manufacturers, publishing companies, or even sports. However, the term also crops up when speaking about the world of backpacking.

Crossing an Ocean Opens the World

For centuries people have dreamed of heading out to sea. Gliding over the waves on a sailboat propelled only by the wind seems idyllic compared to our everyday drudgery. For those able to make this dream a reality going to sea is a transformational experience. Guiding a vessel under sail provides a feeling of self-sufficiency like

Five Lures for Spawning Bass

Spawn conditions during the Spring can be one of the most challenging times for anglers. Largemouth bass tend not to chase prey too far, and one of the keys to success is finding artificials that present a realistic profile with little action; during this transition time, less is more, and covering ground is the key to success. Here are five

Skeeter Pro Cliff Pace

Nothing is better than springtime bass fishing. Largemouth move up on the banks to spawn, creating that once-a-year chance to actually see big females as they hover over the spawning beds.

Cruising on a Trailerable Boat Provides Exciting Options

Jim and Lisa Favors have been adventure cruising for years. Starting from their home state of Michigan, they took a 42’ powerboat on the “Great Loop” traveling through the Great Lakes into the Mississippi River system, into the Gulf of Mexico, around Florida and up the entire Eastern Seaboard before returning back to Michigan. They

Where to Wrangle the Walleye in Minnesota

The infamous Walleye was designated by Minnesota to be their official state fish back in 1965 and can be found thriving throughout Minnesota’s lakes and rivers

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial