On The Docket: What To Expect From The 2019 Triton Owners Tournament


One of the more famous (and lucrative) tournaments is the Triton Owners Tournament. Occurring every year in the Kentucky Lake in Paris, Tennessee, the bass fishing competition encourages Triton boat owners to test their mettle against Man and Nature alike. 

Last year's winners were a father-son team who beat out over 300 contestants and took home the grand prize for bringing in 32.37 lbs of bass. Let's take a look at some FAQ about 2019's Triton boats tournament.

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Is It Time Upgrade Or Turn In Your Boat?


It's no secret that Americans love to fish. As of 2016, fishing was the second most popular outdoor activity. Unfortunately, fishing boats don't last forever.

Enough wear and tear from being out on the water can put a boat out of commission. But how do you know if your fishing boat is ready to turn in for good or if it just needs some elbow grease?

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Proper Care for Your Pontoon Boat: What you Need to Know


Do you like fishing? Between the fresh outdoor air, the peaceful waves, and the thrill of landing a big fish, it is not surprising it was once rated the second most popular outdoor activity in the United States. In 2017 alone, over 50 million people went fishing, and in 2016 there were over 11 million registered boating vessels being used for recreational purposes.

Fishing has benefits for both your physical and mental health, so if you find yourself constantly searching for pontoon or bass boats for sale, then the time to take the plunge is now.

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Get Your Pontoon Ready For Spring With These 4 Tips


The second the cold weather lifts and the sun shines again, you can bet it's time to get your pontoon back out on the water. But just like it's important to winterize your boat for storage, you need to make sure you have everything you need to de-winterize your pontoon.

Whether you're planning to fish or relax out on the lake, follow these tips to get your pontoon ready for warmer weather.

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6 Factors to Consider When Buying a Pre-owned Boat


If you live close to a large body of water, you know how enjoyable it is to have a boat. By default, most of the people near water masses are recreational and boat enthusiasts. However, the potential of most of the water sports enthusiasts is not realized because most of them don't have a boat. Most of them find new boats to be very expensive.s.

Here are some important factors that you need to consider before buying a used boat.

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Things to Consider When Buying a Fishing Boat


If you love to fish, you're not alone. In 2016, fishing ranked second on the list of most popular outdoor activities in the United States. It's a wonderful way to get outside and enjoy some fresh air, and the experience is only made better by having the proper boat. Both fishing pontoon boats and aluminum fishing boats are great options, and both can be purchased previously used to save a little money.

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