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Keep all of your boating trips enjoyable and fun by learning about water safety. Learn the basic water safety tips, and then register to take a boating course online or in a classroom near you. Knowing water safety rules is the most important part of being a responsible boater or angler.
While there may be different boating and water safety tips that apply to different situations, there are general safety rules to remember every time you are on a boating or fishing trip. Following these basic boating safety tips or rules should become a habit.
The days leading up to a family fishing or boating trip are often filled with plenty of excitement and anticipation. For this reason, you may find it helpful to create a boat safety checklist or water safety checklist that you can review before each trip. Remember these water safety tips for relaxing, enjoyable days on the water with friends and family.
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