A few weeks ago we had a post about Sharing Your Love of Boating with the kids. This week we wanted to look at a more common problem, sharing the love of boating with your Spouse.
A lot of people have asked me recently about what watersport they would like, but he honest answer is that everyone is different. However I do have a list of five watersports you must try.
There are always plenty of things to keep in mind when looking for the perfect catch, but these basic freshwater fishing tips can help provide a general overview of what you need to know.
According to Navy studies 90% of people get seasick when on a boat. This makes Seasickness one of the greatest plagues for people who love boating.
Every single one of us loves to have fun, those of us in lake communities know that the best way to do that is water sports. But it isn’t much fun if you get injured, stranded, or even worse.
It could be said that if the boating bug doesn’t bite your kids before the age of 13 they will never love the boating lifestyle. The quickest way to make kids fall in love with the water is an exciting adventure filled with fun new experiences.
Watching Fireworks with the family is always a great pass time on Independence Day, and one of the best ways to watch these fireworks is from the lake.
An important question that I hear a LOT as a membership director for Carefree Boat Club is “How should I boat – should I rent, own, or Boat Club?” and my answer is always the same; it depends.
Rockingham Marina and Wake to Wake Watersports are here representing some of the biggest boat brands in the nation. There will be Pontoons, Tow boats, Ski boats and more in high performance and economy models.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is putting on a free boating safety course for 2014 and it’s at Northeast State Community College.