It’s time to put away your fishing rig—and make sure it’s ready for action in the spring
What’s one of the most important things you can do this fall to ensure you catch more and bigger fish next spring? Properly store your fishing boat and motor for the winter.
As service mechanics will tell you, regular use of a vehicle doesn’t typically cause problems—lengthy periods of inactivity do. For boats and motors, that means the long, harsh winter. So, how do you ensure your fishing machine performs flawlessly once the open-water season rolls around again? Here are the essentials.
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