7 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe on Your Next Boat Trip

Summer is just around the corner and what better way to kick-start your summer than a boat trip with your dog

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Summer is just around the corner and what better way to kick-start your summer than a boat trip with your dog! Before you set your sails, read these 7 tips on keeping your four-legged friend safe on your boating adventures.

Life Jacket

When it comes to boating trips with your trusty companion, remember to put a personal flotation device on them. They’ll love you for it when they’re swimming around playing around in the water. There are different types of life jackets for dogs so before you strap one on for they make sure you got the right sized jacket.

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Dogs really enjoy swimming, just as much as we do! Swimming is also a great way for your dog to cool off during the scorching hot summer days. Forget walking your dog, let them swim to get their daily exercise while having a bit of fun at the same time!

Emergency Safety Kit

When it comes to your dog’s health and safety, an emergency safety kit will do wonders. I’m not just talking about doggie bandages; I’m also talking about doggie treats and toys. Being properly prepared on your boating trip with your dog will make your trip ten times better. Some emergency items to pack on your trip:

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Extra Towels or Blankets

An extra dry towel for your dog will be helpful when all you have are wet towels still waiting to dry. This is especially helpful to keep your dog warm after playing in the cold water.

Doggie Treats

What dog doesn’t like doggie treats! It’s always nice to reward your dog when they’ve done a heroic act or simply behaving well.

Spare Poop Bags

This is self-explanatory. If your dog needs to go, they’ll go.

Let Pet Explore Docked Boat

Before you and your dog set off on your excursion, let the dog sniff around the boat prior to leaving the dock. This lets your dog get acclimated to the small space and the sensation of being on the water.

Bring Fresh Water

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Pack collapsible food and water bowls with the fresh, bottled water to keep your dog hydrated. The body of water where you are boating might not be safe for dogs (or humans) to drink. Water is especially important if it’s a hot, summer day.

Can Your Pet Swim?

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Your first reaction might be, “of course he can; he’s a dog!” While many dogs ARE great swimmers, they aren’t born innately knowing how to swim. Some dogs just don’t like water and dogs should never be forced into the water without knowing how to swim or if they don’t enjoy it.

Apply Sunscreen

Yes, dogs can get sunburnt, too! Many pet stores sell special sunscreen made just for dogs. If you can’t find dog sunscreen, the ones for babies or sensitive skin might be okay. Read the label first!

Practice with a Short Trip

You’re ready to go boating with your dog. If it is your dog’s first time, you should keep the maiden voyage short and sweet. With that, you’re all set to embark on your boating adventure.

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States

If you’re looking for a Boat Storage Facility to securely store your boat, Pro RV & Boat Storage has got you covered! Here at Pro RV & Boat Storage, we offer a wide selection of parking units to accommodate for your need. To learn more about our storage facility, please check out our website at https://prorvandboatstorage.com/.

 

5 Must-Have Items for Your Boat

Boating is a centuries-old recreational activity which is still very fun for fishermen who want to chase a good catch as well as families wanting to enjoy time together on the water.

Boating is a centuries-old recreational activity which is still very fun for fishermen who want to chase a good catch as well as families wanting to enjoy time together on the water. Just like most activities in life, boating comes with its own set of hazards like personal injuries, the risk of drowning, a failed motor which could lead to getting stranded on the water and being caught in extreme weather conditions.

In order to enjoy safe boating, it is essential to have the right equipment every time you go onto the water so that you can be ready to handle any unexpected problems that you may encounter.

Ensure that you have the necessary safety tools on your boat every time. Some tools you may want to consider include:

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  • Life Vests

Make sure that you have enough life vests on your boat for every passenger and that they are the right sizes.  Since life vests come in different sizes, styles and buoyancy ratings, one which works well for an adult may not work well for a child and vice versa. You will want to make sure your boat has US Coast Guard approved buoyancy devices in a size appropriate for each passenger.

It is also important to inspect the jackets annually to ensure that they are in proper condition and replace them when they become worn.

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  • Fire Extinguisher

Overlooking this vital item is one of the biggest mistakes that boaters can make. Boat engines and wiring, just like any other motor-operated equipment, is prone to fires. Fire can be a big concern on the water. Before you head, ensure that you have a charged extinguisher on your boat that is in good working condition.

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  • First Aid Kit

This is a must-have item which serves a wide range of uses, ranging from treating a sunburn, insects bites to severe cuts. Lack of a first aid kit can turn a minor injury into a major problem. Premade first aid kits can readily be found at your boating supply store, local drug store and even on Amazon. Be sure to check the contents of the kit at least once a year as some first aid items may expire over time.

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  • VHF Radio

Sometimes in life, we run into trouble, and we may need help. If your boat happens to a breakdown in the water, or you need emergency assistance, you will need a communication device to alert others of your problem. This could be a request for rescue services or a call for a tow in. VHF Radios come in handy at such times.

They come in various sizes, from handheld to larger fixed mount sizes with different features and distance ranges. Before leaving the dock, make sure that you have the right type of VHF radio. Your local boating supply store can help you with making sure you have the right size and type for your boat. Remember, channel 16 is the International Distress channel and can be used to reach emergency assistance if necessary on the water.

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  • Rescue Strobe Light

This is an item which makes it easy for you to get located if you need assistance and it is not expensive. It has a high-intensity flashing beacon which is visible several miles away. It’s available in several styles including those that gets mounted on the boat to ones that are attached to life vests. This makes a great addition to the safety equipment on your vessel.

The items as mentioned above are some of the necessary safety devices that you should have to stay safe on the water regardless of the type or size of the vessel you are using. You may need additional items like weather instruments or a GPS. Local boaters, your boating supply store, and boating clubs can help with other items that are useful for your vessel. You can protect yourself on the water in many other ways, so, ensure that you have the right equipment in good working condition.

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States

If you’re looking for a Boat Storage Facility to securely store your boat, Pro RV & Boat Storage has got you covered! Here at Pro RV & Boat Storage, we offer a wide selection of parking units to accommodate for your need. To learn more about our storage facility, please check out our website at https://prorvandboatstorage.com/.

 

 

 

 

5 Tips For Storing Your Boat

For most people, owning a boat is a luxury, and it is not needed daily. Those living in places without large water bodies do not need to use boats regularly; instead for them, boating is a hobby.

For most people, owning a boat is a luxury, and it is not needed daily. Those living in places without large water bodies do not need to use boats regularly; instead for them, boating is a hobby.

This is why extra precautions need to be taken for storing and maintaining your boat when it will be unused for long periods. The last thing any boat owner needs is to spend money on damages which could have been easily prevented.

These 5 tips will help you store your boat safely:

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  • Empty The Fuel Tank

Your boat’s fuel will determine how long your boat will remain stored. Therefore, you should either treat the gas or remove it.

If you intend to store your boat for only a few months, you may want to fill the tank with a good quality fuel stabilizer. You then need to run the engine for several minutes for the oil to reach the engine and you will be good to go.  The amount of fuel stabilizer needed depends from product to product so be sure to consult both your boats manual as well as the recommendations on the specific fuel stabilizer you purchase.

If your boat will be in storage for more extended periods, like a year or so, then it is advised that you drain all the gas. Remember that fuel, just like grocery, has a shelf life, and long periods of stagnation will lead to the formation of gum, clogging, and blocking of lines, tanks, and carburetors.

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  • Dry It Out

Once you have dealt with the fuel issue, dry out your boat completely. Use this time to also check for leaks since water can get into your boat through anywhere where there is a leak. Pay close attention to your hatches and vents. Inspect your boat thoroughly, both inside and outside and dry any water present.

Stagnant water that collects in your boat can cause mold issues as well as lead to rust.  By drying the boat completely before storage, you are helping to minimize the risk of damage due to standing water.

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  • Accessories: Trailer Hitch Locks, Wheel Chocks and Boat Covers

When storing a boat in a parking facility like ours, some boat owners will purchase accessories to help keep the boat/trailer in great condition. Items like wheel chocks and trailer hitch locks ensure that the boat and trailer stay where you park them and aren’t accidentally moved by someone with the wrong unit number.

Boat covers will help to prevent the suns rays from damaging the boat interior and fading the boats paint. Covers come in a wide variety of materials. The best covers have multiple tie-down points which will help keep the cover secure on the boat while it is in storage.

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  • Trailer Maintenance & Towing Vehicle

When transporting your boat to and from your unit, make sure that the towing vehicle and trailer are in good operation. It is essential to check the vehicle’s manual for safety tips, rules, and instructions on boat towing capacity.

Make sure the towing vehicle is checked for fluid levels and that the hitch is appropriate for the vehicle being towed. You will also want to make sure both vehicles have good tire pressure and the towing chains are properly secured.

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
  • Boat Storage at Pro RV & Boat Storage

Our facility works well for boat storage. We offer a variety of parking spaces and are glad to help you find on that is sized right for your boat and trailer. Our secure gate access will allow you to rest easy at night knowing your boat is safe and secure.

We are just a call away! Call now at (214) 995-3078.

If you need any questions answered about spaces to park your boat, get in touch with us.

Experienced storage professionals are in charge of Pro RV & Boat Storage and would love to help you out!

Prepare Your Boat for the Winter

Winter is coming and you may need to give your boat a little extra care and attention this time of year. 

Winter is coming and you may need to give your boat a little extra care and attention this time of year.  Boats are like instruments and they need proper care in order to function at their best.  Harsh winter weather can destroy the interior or exterior of your watercraft if it is not fully prepared.  To be sure your boat stays in shape for when the weather gets warm again, here are some tips for winterizing your boat.

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The best place for your boat to be during winter is out of the water and covered with a sturdy tarp or some other kind of cover.  Make a list concerning all of the steps you need to prepare the boat.  You should seek a professional if you have never winterized a boat or seek a friend who has experience.  Always seek professional help if you have no experience before you try winterizing your boat.  Here is a general guideline for areas of your boat that should be prepped for winter.  Other resources online will have more detailed information.

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For the inboard engine, warm it up and drain the oil while it is still warm.  Change the oil filters, then flush the engine with fresh water.  Use a pickup hose from the water pump and circulate antifreeze through the manifold.  Start the engine and allow the antifreeze to circulate.  The water should exit the exhaust.  This whole process depends on whether you have a ‘raw water’ or an ‘enclosed fresh water’ cooling system.  Change the fluid in your transmission.  Spray fogging oil into each cylinder after removing the spark plugs.  Use either WD-40 or some fogging oil to wipe down the engine.

Another concern is the Stern Drive.  Remove any plants or barnacle that may have wound up in the lower unit.  Drain the gear case.  Check the oil for moisture.  If there is excessive moisture it could indicate that there are leaking seals that need to be repaired.  After removing plant life, clean the lower unit with soap and water.  Check the stern drive for cracks or pinholes if it has a rubber boot.  Check levels of fluids in hydraulic steering or lift pumps and grease all fittings.

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Now for the outboard engine.  Use flush muffs or the flushing port to flush the engine with fresh water.  Remove the cowl and start the engine, spraying fogging solution into the air intakes on the front of the engine.  Leave the engine running and remove the fuel line.  Continue spraying the solution until the engine dies.  Make sure to run the engine with the fuel line removed to burn all fuel from the carburetors.  Apply water resistant grease to propeller shaft and threads, then in the lower unit, change the gear oil.  Lubricate the exterior of the engine with polish and wash it down with soap and water, making sure to rinse completely.

You’ll also want to work on taking care of fuel, bilges, the fresh water system, the head, and the interior, depending on what your manufacturer says.  Also, whether you are storing your boat in the water or out of water matters.  You can check out http://www.boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/winteriz.htm to find more information on how to winterize depending on how you are storing your boat.  Remember to always consult your manual and a professional’s help before doing any work on your boat.

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States

These helpful tips will prepare your boat for the upcoming winter.  If you’re planning on storing your boat at a storage facility, it’s important to think about whether or not the storage facility can provide the necessary protection for your boat. Here at Pro RV & Boat Storage, we specialize in boat storages and we also understand the necessary measures needed for secure boat storage. Pro RV & Boat Storage is one of the best boat storages in Anna, Texas. To learn more about our storage facility, please check out our website at http://prorvandboatstorage.com/today!

 

 

RV Storage at Home vs. Storage Facility!

First and foremost, before we dive right in, I want to be completely transparent and one hundred percent honest with you guys.

First and foremost, before we dive right in, I want to be completely transparent and one hundred percent honest with you guys. In this comparison, I’m most likely going to be biased in favor of storage facilities. Frankly, because I, myself use a storage facility. With that said, this comparison will be strictly composed of my own personal experience as well as my own opinion about home storage versus a storage facility.

Let’s get started! RV storage facilities provide an easy solution for people who want to enjoy an adventurous lifestyle without the hassle of sacrificing their garage space. Although many people have managed to store their RV’s at home, there are some unique features that a storage facility offers that our homes most likely does not. Here is my list of reasons.

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More Room – Generally speaking, storing an RV at home can be a little tricky. Depending on the size of your RV or the size of your garage, you may face some difficulties such as not having a big enough garage or backyard. For the average RV owner, most household garages are not built to store our RVs. However, most households do have a big enough backyard to park their RV. Now there is an alternative parking solution and that would be to park in your driveway. But that is of course if you don’t mind parking in and out of the driveway every single day. And if you’re wondering if you could Street Park, think again! There’s a homeowners association that doesn’t allow RV street parking.

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More Security – Before we get into this topic, I’m not implying that your home isn’t safe or secure. I’m just saying that storage facilities are designed for security and they pride themselves on protecting their tenant’s assets. Whereas at home, any security measures you want taken are entirely up to you. At a storage facility, you’ll most likely receive a few if not all of these features such as an electronic passcode for your unit, security cameras, locked gates, individual unit security alarms, and even on-site staff to keep an eye on things while you’re away. Now, these are just a few of the features that a storage facility has to offer.

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More Protection – As an RV owner, I can say with the utmost confidence that RVs are pretty sturdy and are built to withstand most elements. However, even the mightiest can fall when they’re not properly maintained or protected. This is especially true when we’re talking about our RVs. Depending on our geographical location, we may be more susceptible to high humidity, rainfall, snow or various other extreme elemental concerns. I highly recommend using a storage facility during the off-season such as winter if you live in a colder region. Protect your RV from the elements with an in-door storage unit. Now to be fair, an in-door storage unit is a bit pricier but the investment is well worth it in the long run.

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Like many of us, we only whip out our RVs from our storage facility or from our backyard when we plan on going on an adventure. Generally speaking, my family and I only travel to a handful of our favorite destinations every few months or so. Needless to say, RV owners have the opportunity to explore new places without spending a lot of money on travel expenses while enjoying a level of comfort similar to their own home.

Pro RV and Boat Storage | 2298 FM Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV and Boat Storage | 2298 FM Anna, Texas 75409 United States

If you’re interested in storing your RV in a storage facility, come on down to Pro RV & Boat Storage and check out what our facility has to offer! Here at Pro RV & Boat Storage, we have a wide selection of RV parking storages that’ll ensure the protection of your RV. Pro RV & Boat Storage will give you a peace of mind when you store with us. To learn more about our storage facility, please visit our website at http://prorvandboatstorage.com/ today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 Helpful Tips for Preparing your Boat for Winter Storage

Winter is coming! As winter slowly approaches with all its coldness and shivers, we must be ready to defend ourselves and our boats.

Winter is coming! As winter slowly approaches with all its coldness and shivers, we must be ready to defend ourselves and our boats. One of the best ways to protect our boats from the harsh winter weather is to use a storage facility. More specifically, inside boat storage, storing your boat inside is definitely one of the best ways to help protect your boat from the cold weather. Now before any misunderstandings arise, I would like to note something. I’m not saying that when winter rolls around to just dump your boat at a storage facility with absolute certainty that’ll be completely fine. What I am saying is that before you store your precious boat at a storage facility, there should be a checklist you should complete before the storage. This’ll help prepare your boat for the long winters so when spring rolls around it’ll be in tip-top shape. So what could possibly be on the checklist you might ask? Here is a list of 5 important must-dos to help protect your boat for winter storage.

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Number 1 | -Thoroughly Clean Your Boat Both Inside and Outside – This may seem like a no-brainer but this simple task is often disregarded. Most people do a pretty great job cleaning the outside of the boat after taking it into the water and back into storage. By a good job I mean most people wash the topside, bottom, and deck with a coat of wax. However, people typically forget about the inside of the boat. I’m talking about the propellers, engine and other important components such as the fiberglass in fiberglass boats. Additionally, don’t forget to clean the widescreens as well as well as spray hoods. Once you completed your boat cleaning, it’s important to make sure your boat is one hundred percent dry before storing it. A boat that’s been properly cleaned will help keep dirt and corrosion from occurring.

Number 2 | -Flush the Cooling System – Thoroughly flush the engine with fresh water to remove any excess salt, dirt, and corrosion. This specifically rings true for both inboard and outboard boats with raw water cooling systems. Depending on the climate you’re currently living in, you should invest in anti-freeze. If so, you can run anti-freeze into the cooling system by attaching a pickup hose from a container of anti-freeze to the motor’s water pump.

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Number 3 | -Double Check the Little Things –One of the most overlooked tasks are the little things, the small components that we often pay little to no attention to. I’m talking about the nuts and bolts of the boat. Though they may be small they are critical components of the overall health of your boat. On sterndrive boats, for example, make sure to apply marine grease to the fittings on the gimbal bearing and engine coupler. Now go around your entire boat and lightly apply moisture displacing lubricant to the myriad moving metal parts onboard such as hinges, latches, push-pull switches, ratchet mounts, bow rollers, and linkages. For boats on trailers, this is the ideal time to grease the trailer wheel bearings using quality grease. If you haven’t done it yet, definitely mark this as a must-do. Additionally, if you haven’t already, pull and inspect the wheel bearings for wear and water intrusion and replace if necessary. Last little things to double check are the propeller. Remove the propeller to inspect for fishing line and shaft seal damage, then coat the propeller shaft with quality water resistant grease.

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Number 4 | -Perform a Health Check-up on your Boat –Ensure your boat is in tip-top shape with a performing a thorough inspection. Every end-of-season winter storage checklist should include a routine health check-up. This would include changing the engine oil and the oil filter on the stern drive, both inbound and outboard engines. This could easily be done after the engine is slightly warmed up to help flush out sediment and impurities with the discarded oil. Once completed, you’ll then move on to refilling the engine with the appropriate oil based on the manufacturer’s recommendations. Moving along we’ll be draining and re-filling your boat’s outdrive gear case or outboard lower unit. The reason behind his simple task is to prevent any water or impurities from freezing in cold water and causing damage to the insides of your boat. Here’s a little pro tip, when draining be on the lookout for water intrusion which usually causes the gear oil to look milky and discolored. If moisture is present, this is a clear indication that there’s a leaking seal that needs to be inspected and repaired as soon as possible.

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Number 5 | Cover Your Boat –The best protection option for your boat is to store your boat in an enclosed, climate-controlled facility.  Now that’s top of the line protection for your boat. However, these options are best utilized depending on the kind of climate you’re in. If for example, live in a cold windy state with snowfall, and then an enclosed storage may be a better option than an outdoor storage. With that said, there are other options available to help protect your boat such as a good cover which will be the first line of defense against the elements. Now there is one thing to note if you plan on going with an outdoor storage unit and that’s to prop up the cover to prevent water from pooling in low spots. You may also want to park your boat under a good protective canopy to minimize the exposure to the elements.

These helpful tips will prepare your boat for the upcoming winter.  If you’re planning on storing your boat at a storage facility, it’s important to think about whether or not the storage facility can provide the necessary protection for your boat. Here at Pro RV & Boat Storage, we specialize in boat storages and we also understand the necessary measures needed for secure boat storage. Pro RV & Boat Storage is one of the best boat storages in Anna, Texas. To learn more about our storage facility, please check out our website at http://prorvandboatstorage.com/ today!

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States

 

 

 

Top 3 Boating Activities this Season – More Ways to have Fun Boating

Autumn is finally here! It’s about that time we back out our Boats from our Self-Storage and into the waters!

Autumn is finally here! It’s about that time we back out our Boats from our Self-Storage and into the waters! What better time than now when the season is transitioning from summer to autumn! The thought of the warm summer winds shifting to a cooler autumn breeze. Ah yes, the perfect time is definitely now! What better place to feel the seasonal weather change that’s taking place right now than in the sea! That’s right! Take advantage of this moment and take your boat out into the waters before winter comes! There’s so many activities that you and your friends and even family can do when you’re out boating! Check out these 3 exciting activities you can do while boating!

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1) Hold on tightly for the Watersports – Let’s be honest here, it’s pretty fun just being on a boat. Just relaxing and cruising across the waters while enjoying the breeze and scenery. Yep, being in a boat is definitely fun, but did you also know that being behind the boat is also fun? That’s right! Skimming along the water on the latest tow-able! Hang on tight and let the boat do all the work! There’s also the option of inflatables which are the easy choice, a one size fit all, that doesn’t require any athletic skill or balance. Just give a heads up to your responsible driver of how fast you would like them to go. But that’s a difference story if you’re interested in a greater challenge! We highly recommend skiing and waterboarding! Those are very popular, difficult and challenging. It’ll enable the rider the ability to zip in and out of the water and even catch some air time! This is just one of the incredible water-sport activities that you can enjoy this autumn!

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2) Be Patient and Cast your Fishing line – Casting right into it, before anyone has the chance to comment about fishing. I’d like to address the fact that fishing, although may take some time to land a catch it’s actually really fun just waiting for the catch. Imagine yourself on a boat with your friends and family with your line cast out into the waters. You guys can enjoy each other’s company by catching up, playing another side game, eat & drink together and so much more! All the while, you guys are waiting for a catch and when that catch finally happens, it’ll only add on to the excitement you were already having! In other words the catch is an added bonus of excitement in your day! Yep! You don’t need a dedicated fishing boat to go fishing! Fishing can be done from any boat and it requires minimal equipment. All you would need is a fishing rod, bait or lure and a cooler to store your catches. Just don’t forget your fishing license! Before you venture into the waters and start fishing, be sure to double check your state’s fish and wildlife agency or department of natural resources before casting your line!

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3) Go off an adventure by Coving – Off-Off and away! Every lake, river or waterway has a cove or two with some being particularly more known and popular than others. With that said, these particular cove spots are the typical gathering spots where fellow boaters band together. These coves are a great place to socialize with fellow boaters or to just have a relaxing time enjoying the view. What’s a better way than to spend this amazing adventure to the cove than with your friends and family! This may even become a new usual spot for you guys and maybe even an annual gathering location! Keep in mind that there are usually a couple coves out there and each one different than the next, so find one that fits you and join in on the fun! Gather your friends and family for an excursion by venturing to these beautiful coves near you! Adventure is waiting and there are some adventures that are exclusively for those with boats! That’s right! That means you! So get out there today!

Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States
Pro RV & Boat Storage | 2298 FM 455 Anna, Texas 75409 United States

After an incredible day out in the water, it’s about that time to take your boat out of the water. Before you do so, it’s advised to properly clean the boat by rinsing the dirt and residue from the boat to help preserve its longevity. When all is said and done, your boat is now ready to get back into your Self-Storage facility, where it’ll be safely kept and stored until the next outing. For your boat’s storage needs near Anna, Texas come on down to Pro RV & Boat Storage. We have a wide selection of boat storage parking for you! Rent or reserve online today at our Pro RV & Boat Storage facility today! Call us at 214-995-3078 for additional information or visit our website at http://prorvandboatstorage.com/ now!