Posts Tagged ‘Boating’

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Talking trailers

Consider these points when deciding which trailer best suits your needs: bunk vs roller, which is best for you?

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Fishing Murphys Point

Murphy’s Point is a family-friendly, low-cost island camping getaway you may want to recreate year after year.

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New boating regs aim to reduce spread of invasive species

New provincial boating regulations focusing on “Clean, Drain, Dry” principles and practices aiming to reduce the spread of environmentally damaging invasive species come into effect on Jan. 1, 2022.

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In-person Toronto International Boat Show events cancelled for 2022

Organizers of the Toronto International Boat Show have cancelled in-person events for 2022 as a result of pandemic-related restrictions.

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New pleasure craft licence needed in northern Lake St. Clair

Boaters and anglers require a pleasure craft licence from Walpole Island First Nations (WIFN) as of June 1, if they want to stop in the south end of the St. Clair River.

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Orillia restricting boat launch and parking for non-residents

Orillia has once again implemented restrictions around water access and parking. As of June 4, the COVID-19 Waterfront Parking and Boat Launch Program requires visitors to pay as much as $100 per day to launch and park at the city’s public boat launches and waterfront parks.

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Mounts offer security

lectronics are key to great fishing and safe boating, so keeping them safe and secure is a must. Considering how complex and pricy modern electronics are, it is important to install them correctly.

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Waterway to open Friday

The Trent-Severn Waterway will open for navigation on Friday, May 28 at 9 a.m. with pandemic-related health and safety conditions in place.

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Taming trim-tab troubles

The trim tab on an outboard motor is located above the prop, on the bottom of the cavitation plate. When not set properly, it causes the boat to push or pull to one side.