The next thing to consider is your budget. There are a huge range of boats available to boats to meet all budgets. Apart form the initial cost of the boat, you should also factor in the ongoing costs associated with a boat, such as safety equipment, marine berths, fuel and maintenance. [Read more…] about Selecting the right boat for your lifestyle
We often see interesting things when out fishing. Sometimes they bring a smile to our face and may even make us break out in laughter.
Will the real Calypso please stand-up?
Jacque Cousteau and his boat the La Calypso are well known around the world. While out fishing at Rompin we happen to chance upon this dive boat, Kaleebso. [Read more…] about Calypso? Meet Kaleebso!
Recently a proud owner of a Sevylor Fish Hunter inflatable? Or want to find out more information about this boat before parting with your money? This is a great video from the people itself.
The language may be foreign though but what the heck, the video is self explanatory. For more review, click hereor post your questions and we’ll try to best answer them.
If you’ve experience with the Sevylor, or perhaps other inflatables, good or not-so-good, do share with others. Submit your comments.
Fully loaded and ready to be launched. It’s not as cramped as it look in the photograph as we have not arranged the equipment yet. But it does only sits 2-adult anglers comfortably.
For getting to those hard-to-fish places!
Every angler worth his sweat would understand how it is like. Either you go to your favorite fishing hole or discover a new location there will always be those not quite accessible places. The corner where all the splashes are, that spot you located through satellite images and that weeds edge that is just out of your casting range. Shore based fishing can sometime suck. And that is where a boat may determine the difference between a fish-less or a bountiful day. Or a day out hooking-up small fishes or that fish of a lifetime. [Read more…] about Sevylor Fish Hunter Inflatable Fishing Boat
An unique amphibious boat from New Zealand. The application can be interesting.
However, it still needs to be towed and it looks like you’d still require a boat ramp.