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.

 

Portable Rod Holder  


Created on Apr 02, 2014 - in Customer-ization: Owners' Personal Touches    
For a quick and easy rinse of my fishing rods I cut 7 or 8 17 inch pieces of PVC, filled a 5 gallon bucket about halfway with cement, placed the PVC pieces around the perimeter of the bucket. Once the cement hardens you have a nice dockside rod holder that is portable. Remember to raise the hand...


Trailer Maintenance Tips: Bearings, Tires and Spare Parts (1739 views)  


Last Modified Jun 12, 2009 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
Bearings The wheel bearings are the most important maintenance item on your trailer. Every time you launch your boat, the trailer axles and wheel bearings are submersed in water at least twice. Trailer bearings get ...


Quick-Reference Trailering Checklist (1113 views)  


Created on Jun 12, 2009 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
 Before Trailering Properly attach the hitch, safety chains and emergency brake system cable securely to the vehicle. Retract and or swing the tongue jack up and secure it. Plug the trail...


Remote Boat Latch (975 views)  


Created on Jun 23, 2010 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
I recently purhcased a SNAPPER Remote Boat Latch and it works great for launching and trailering my boat. I'm an older boater and the boat ramp I use is busy. This let's me get in and out of the water quickly. I also don't have to stand on the tongue of my trailer to winch the boat anymore. ...


Raft-up 101 (894 views)  


Created on Jan 05, 2011 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
The following is a short list of items to remember when rafting 2 or more boats. First, what to bring: 1. Plenty of fenders for both sides of your boat. Fenders can never be too big or too many.  2. Plenty of dock and spring line. A...


Raft-up 101  


Created on Jan 05, 2011 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
The following is a short list of items to remember when rafting 2 or more boats. First, what to bring: 1. Plenty of fenders for both sides of your boat. Fenders can never be too big or too many.  2. Plenty of dock and spring line. A...


Remote Boat Latch  


Created on Jun 23, 2010 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
I recently purhcased a SNAPPER Remote Boat Latch and it works great for launching and trailering my boat. I'm an older boater and the boat ramp I use is busy. This let's me get in and out of the water quickly. I also don't have to stand on the tongue of my trailer to winch the boat anymore. ...


Quick-Reference Trailering Checklist  


Created on Jun 12, 2009 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
 Before Trailering Properly attach the hitch, safety chains and emergency brake system cable securely to the vehicle. Retract and or swing the tongue jack up and secure it. Plug the trail...


Trailer Maintenance Tips: Bearings, Tires and Spare Parts  


Last Modified Jun 12, 2009 - in Follow Me: Trailering    
Bearings The wheel bearings are the most important maintenance item on your trailer. Every time you launch your boat, the trailer axles and wheel bearings are submersed in water at least twice. Trailer bearings get ...


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