Tips and ideas from fellow Grady-White owners and enthusiasts to help make every day on the water fun and more rewarding for you and your family.

 

Anchoring Basics for Fun on the Water  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2014 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
Situational awareness and understanding the effects of current, tide, wind, and boat traffic are keys to anchoring safely and successfully. Watch this video for more tips.   ...


Ceviche on board  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2014 - in Dining Aboard    
Ingredients: 1.5 lb. very fresh fish filet (freshly caught aboard your Grady-White is best)...


UV Exposure and Protection  


Last Modified Jul 22, 2014 - in Enjoying Your Day, Comfortably    
Why do some people get sunburn and others don’t? This mostly has to do with skin type or pigmentation–pale, dark, or in between–and the type of exposure to the sun (time of ...


Rub Rails  


Created on Jul 08, 2014 - in Deckhand's Maintenance Tricks    
For my Marlin 300, I use the Mcguiers Tire Dressing (from Walmart) for my rub rails. Clean rub rail with mild soap, let dry, then spray (be careful not to get on deck floor as it will make it slippery) a clean rag with tire dressing and wipe over rub rail until it shines.  Y...


Storm Preparedness  


Last Modified Jun 25, 2014 - in Boat Handling / Seamanship    
When storms of summer and fall are in the forecast, consider these tips from BoatsUS on preparing and protecting your boat. Click on the images below to download these tips as printable PDFs. ...


Using Your Livewell: Get the most out of this convenient and useful feature (1965 views)  


Created on Oct 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
Grady-White livewells are fully insulated and equipped with a full-column distribution plenum to evenly circulate fresh seawater from top to bottom. Watch this short video to learn how to use this handy feature.   ...


Catch and Release Flags (1764 views)  


Created on Jun 12, 2009 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
 Grady-White photographs often show our boats with fish flags flown upside down. Flying an upside down species flag means a particular kind of fish has been caught...


Secure Those Lures! (1439 views)  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2009 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
Capt. Missy Becker shared with the Punta Gorda Grady Fest folks a creative way to keep hooks and lures on rods from snagging things when not in use. Hair clips!  ...


Freezer Box Operation: This useful option extends your boating possibilities (1274 views)  


Created on Nov 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
The freezer boxes on several Grady-White models can be used as freezers, refrigerators or insulated storage. To ensure the most efficient operation possible, watch this short video on freezer box usage.   ...


Freezer Box Operation: This useful option extends your boating possibilities  


Created on Nov 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
The freezer boxes on several Grady-White models can be used as freezers, refrigerators or insulated storage. To ensure the most efficient operation possible, watch this short video on freezer box usage.   ...


Using Your Livewell: Get the most out of this convenient and useful feature  


Created on Oct 12, 2012 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
Grady-White livewells are fully insulated and equipped with a full-column distribution plenum to evenly circulate fresh seawater from top to bottom. Watch this short video to learn how to use this handy feature.   ...


Secure Those Lures!  


Last Modified Jul 23, 2009 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
Capt. Missy Becker shared with the Punta Gorda Grady Fest folks a creative way to keep hooks and lures on rods from snagging things when not in use. Hair clips!  ...


Catch and Release Flags  


Created on Jun 12, 2009 - in From Start to FINish: Fishin' Tips    
 Grady-White photographs often show our boats with fish flags flown upside down. Flying an upside down species flag means a particular kind of fish has been caught...


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