DIY boat storage tip – protecting the inside of your boat engine from corrosion

PROBLEM: As an angler, life often gets in the way of spending time on the water. Be it family, work, hunting or ice, extended sits can spell problems with your outboard engine. Without regular use, outboard motors are susceptible to aging fuel and even corrosion formation within the upper cylinder walls themselves.  The problem stems…

How to stabilize your boat fuel for the winter

How to stabilize your boat fuel for the winter

While late-season fishing is still going strong in many parts of the country, for others this is the time of the year to start thinking about tucking their boats in for the winter. Of course, you shouldn’t just park it in the shed for 4–6 months without at least some preparation. Proper fuel stabilization and…

Chad Morgenthaler standing by truck and boat

Keep Your Boat Running Strong, Season Long

Asked if he’s ever run into engine trouble out on the water, pro bass angler Chad Morgenthaler pauses and laughs before responding.   “I put thousands of hours each year on my rig and travel all over the nation to different bodies of water,” he says. “I have experienced just about every situation. Some of it…

Fleet Farm Exterior

Sea Foam and Fleet Farm Partner for Boat Giveaway

The Upper Midwest is boating country. Perhaps nobody knows that better than angling legend and Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame member Al Lindner, who calls Minnesota home.  “The fact of the matter is that the Upper Midwest has the best multi-species freshwater fishing opportunities in the world,” Lindner says.  Also a passionate Sea Foam ambassador,…