Best Electric Fillet Knife for Under $50

The Heavy Duty Electric Fillet Knife from Rapala is our electric knife of choice to fillet fish. With twice the blade speed and three times the power of standard electric fillet knives, this knife makes fast work of walleye, salmon, trout, and other large fish. Dishwasher safe 7-1/2″ reciprocating style blade is included, the right size for almost all filleting

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Prepare Now for the Spring Boating Season

The Spring boating season is less than two months away, and it’s not too early get your boat and gear sorted out before the rush begins. Regardless of the boat you own, following this checklist is an easy way to get ready for the season. BEFORE YOU LAUNCH: Hoses and hose clamps should be inspected and replaced as necessary. Inspect

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How to Rapidly Kill a Boat Battery

There are three ways to shorten the lifespan of your boat battery. Undercharging: Consistently failing to recharge batteries fully leaves them with lead sulfate that hardens on their plates—they become sulfated—and gradually lose their ability to perform. Increased resistance when charging causes falsely elevated voltage readings, essentially fooling the battery charger, leading to further undercharging, in a downward spiral. Beyond

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A Look at the Diamond Elite SunCatcher 326 SS from G3

The Diamond Elite SunCatcher 326 SS from G3 is the top dog in the Suncatcher pontoon line, and it looks every bit the part with a new color combo and black powder-coated logs. The playpen features white fencing, pewter with harbor gray exterior graphics, gray two-tone interior and aqua tread slanted weathered gray flooring, topped off with a black powder

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Comparing the Yamaha EX and the Sea-Doo Spark

When BRP first introduced the Sea-Doo Spark years ago, the company successfully marketed the diminutive model as a throwback to the ’90s when personal watercraft were smaller, lighter, and cheaper than the full-sized, full-featured models today. Unfortunately for a lot of first-time buyers, the Spark was more like watercraft of the 90s than they banked on, and not in a

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Buying the Right Size Cooler for Boating

The size of the cooler you select should depend upon the intended use, the number of your boating party, and how long you will need it. Cooler capacity is generally stated in quarts or capacity in 12-ounce cans. One quart equals about 0.75 cans, so a 24-quart cooler will hold about three six-packs or 18 cans. Another way to gauge

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