The new Convertible River Taxi from Boulder Boat Works boasts a lowered price-point as well as a maintenance-free hull with an interior that has no wood to maintain. Read more in the press release below.
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Chris Callanan of Outcast Sporting Gear covers the basics of the company’s new 102-pound frameless fishing raft that will be available in 2016, the OSG Striker.
As Jason Cajune told Bloomberg, “I built my first boat 18 years ago in my garage in Glacier National Park in Montana. I intended to keep it for myself, but a neighbor begged me to let him buy it. The … more
Mike Fox, co-founder of Hyde Sportswear, gave us the lowdown at the Outdoor Retailer show on what I think has to be the most innovative PDF to come to the market for anglers in a very long time. Get more info … more
Chris Peterson of Hell’s Bay Boatworks give us a quick rundown of some of the world’s best shallow water skiffs and what each model is good for.
The info below comes to us via the good folks at Sawyer Paddles and Oars and is specifically aimed at their Cobra style of oarlocks, but the tips can be used to tweak almost any other oar lock in a bind. … more
Chris Callanan from Outcast Sporting Gear gives us the skinny on the company’s newest watercraft, called the OSG Approach inflatable SUP: The Approach has a small inflatable collar which makes it an extremely stable platform for maneuvering around and following … more
If you’re like me and don’t have an extra garage laying around, or want to pay for indoor storage space you’re relegated to protecting your raft or drift-boat all winter long outside. There are quite a few tips for prepping … more
The car you see above is mine. It was t-boned in an intersection about a mile from my house from a driver who’d gone through a red light. I was also towing a recently refurbished wooden drift boat, which sadly … more
I dread this time of year, not just because the trout fishing where I live is slowly coming to a close, but because storing my boat for the winter is a bit of a chore. I own a 13-foot inflatable … more