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Tips for launching your boat from a trailer quickly and safely every time. Includes information about tie downs, safety procedures, safety chains, winch cables, immersion depths, and more.
Comparison and applications for roller trailers as opposed to bunk trailers for boats. Roller trailers are typically the best choice if you trailer frequently, use poorly maintained ramps, or have to deal with difficult wind/tide conditions when launching.
Proper use of tie downs to ensure your boat remains on the trailer. This is one of the most critical elements when trailering. Attention to this detail is often overlooked with disasterous results.
Use a trailering checklist to ensure that your boat gets to and from the fish in one piece. Items on the checklist include coupler, safety chains, tie-downs, trailer position, brakes, load capacities, and more.
Basic tips for trailering your boat to and from the fish with safety and confidence. Tips include towing capacity, weight distribution, jack and lug wrenches, spare tires, tools, and more.