Hazards While Raft and Pontoon Boat Fishing – Yos Gladstone

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While we strongly recommend taking a hands-on course to learn proper form, this eleven chapter mini-course covers the basics of safety, preparation, river navigation, best practices and more. This is a great introduction to anglers who are thinking about purchasing a raft.
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Yos covers:
– Choosing a Raft
– Preparing For Your Trip
– Packing For Your Drift
– Getting in the Water
– Hazards
– Storing and Caring For Your Boat
– Rafting Ethics

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