Summer Boating and Pop-Up Showers

Summer weather on the water can be tricky. One minute you’re enjoying a calm, sunny day, but rain and storms can appear as if out of nowhere even when the forecast looks clear. Weather.com says that pop-up summer storms are some of the hardest weather patterns to predict. “Most meteorologists would agree summer is the […]

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What You Need to Know When Taking Your Dog Boating

Lots of pet owners take their dogs with them everywhere they go. They’re frequent passengers in the car, they go on vacation with you and some stores even allow them to come inside with their owners. So, if you take Fido everywhere you go, why not take him out on the boat too? Adjust your […]

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There’s a Clear Line Between Having Fun and Going Overboard

For those of us who love being out on the water, fewer things are more enjoyable or relaxing than boating. And there’s no end to the list of fun activities you and your friends and family can take part in while out on the water. However, it’s important to know when to say when and when having fun crosses a line that could put you and anyone on your boat in harm’s way.

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Boone Lake remains larger than Fort Patrick Henry and the bulk of inland Lakes around the country.

With the recent drawdown of Boone Lake several boaters have voiced concerns about what lies under the surface of the water. While it’s impossible on any body of water to chart submerged partially floating objects, these are prevalent in the Spring when lake levels are being increased.

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