Spring Boat Safety – Tips and Reminders

Having fun on the water, in your boat is only possible if everyone is practicing safe boating techniques and boat safety in general. We put together this graphic that highlights a few of the major factors, tips, and reminders when … Continued

S’mores and Reeses? Absolutely!

Who doesn’t love S’mores?  Okay, dumb question–we all do!  But, many of us like change–especially while we’re on the road.  If you like peanutbutter, chocolate, Ritz crackers and marshmallows, you definitely want to try this new recipe.  So, during your … Continued

De-Winterize Your Boat

As the weather warms many will get the itch to head to the water as soon as possible. Boat owners yearn for those spring days and summer afternoons of carefree relaxation with only the water and a few fish for company, but … Continued

Best Fishing Spots in Montana

There’s still plenty of time to get some good fishing trips before the season officially closes. You might be looking to visit a new spot, or maybe you’re new to the sport and need some ideas. Frankly, the best fishing spots can … Continued

RV Buying: Questions to Ask the Dealership

Buying an RV is a large investment and you want to ensure you get the best value for your money. But shopping for an RV can be overwhelming with all the different models and things to consider. An RV dealership can be … Continued

Top Gifts for Boat Lovers

Gift-giving occasions are sprinkled throughout the year, from anniversaries to birthdays  to federal and religious holiday celebrations. For the boaters in your life, you’ll want to consider getting them something that shows you know how much they love their pastime … Continued

Cleaning Your Boat

Your boat spends the entire boating season in the water, so you might think it wouldn’t get that dirty. However, even freshwater lakes and rivers have plenty of algae, silt and grime in them that can accumulate on the sides of your … Continued

Preventing & Treating Seasickness While Boating

Nothing ruins a relaxing cruise on your boat faster than the sudden lightheadedness, dizzy feeling and nausea that come with a bout of seasickness. Seasickness, simply called “motion sickness” when experienced on land, results from a physiological reaction to movement, where signals … Continued