Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tip of the week – Cleaning your screens

There is a right way, and a wrong way to clean the screens on your displays. When your boat is due for a cleaning, make sure to wipe your electronics with a moist microfiber cloth then finish wiping with a synthetic silk cloth such as those used for sunglasses. Do not ever use any paper […]

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Tip of the week – Rigging a radar

  Last week we talked about using radar for fishing, now lets talk about rigging one. After choosing the unit you want to install, there are a few considerations. Will you need to add a plate to bolt the antenna? Can your top support the weight? Do you have enough rigging tubes to run the main […]

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Tip of the week – Radar for fishing?

Yes, thats right! Radar can show you more then just weather or ground targets. Such as schools of birds or even a lonely friget bird. But before you go out and buy a radar, there are a few things that you need to know. First, to find small targets such as birds. You need power; […]

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