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Michael Bankes of Bankes Boats & Delta Waterfowl here on the East Coast
Bankes Boats: For over 30 years Bankes Boats has been providing the discriminating duck hunter with top quality Duck Hunting Boats. Behind all our boats you will find one common goal: To produce a high quality product that is specifically designed to meet the needs of today's duck hunter, which will stand up to years of abuse, and offer a quality product at a reasonable price.
Delta Waterfowl: Today’s Delta embraces new approaches to habitat conservation and a focus on duck production. Delta has proclaimed a declarative position asserting our commitment to stand up for and by waterfowlers everywhere. This is a new Delta, an evolving Delta, that recognizes the world we live in is different than it was a mere decade ago. A world with new challenges and new opportunities.
Bankes Boats: http://www.bankesboats.com
Detla Waterfowl: http://www.deltawaterfowl.org
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Pitboss Waterfowl: http://www.pitbosswaterfowl.com
Barbara Jean says, "A lot of people have found ways to include the family dog in their boating fun. In this show, we'll talk about how you can do that, too. We've got lots of tips and tricks to share, whether you are planing a quick trips out on a pedal boat or a new life as a live aboard." Will Ann's dog Dixie have anything to say on this topic? Tune in to find out more.
For more details, visit our website It's My Boat!
Randy Hopper President of Ranger Boats is our Guest. We will be discussing the History of Ranger Boats, What makes Ranger the best of the best to buy, and the Future for Ranger. Call ins welcome. Questions will only be only allowed if it pertains to what the discussion is on the show.
*The views of the guest do not necessarily reflect the views of KayleesOutdoors or CatchTheMadness Radio Show.
Jack Allinson and Dylan Bailey join us with a preview of their IBEX 2013 seminar on surveying metal boats with NDT.
Join us to learn how these instruments work and find out differences between a spot radiometer, a thermal imager, and a radiometric infrared imager.
For more information, visit the full seminar description posted on the IBEX website.
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Remember what Nathanael Herreshoff said: "There are only two colors to paint a boat, black or white. And only a fool would paint a boat black."
We'll start you thinking about everything you need to know about gelcoat. What it is, how it affects a boat's construction, how to take care of it, how to repair it, and how to bring it back to that high-gloss beauty once it has started to fade.
But gelcoat isn't the only way to have a shiny hull: There's also paint, varnish, and new materials such as sharkskin.
Our guest is Mike Swietzer (Skagit Valley College). Mike is Department Chair of the college's Marine Maintenance Technology, located at Anacortes, Washington.
Barbara Jean promises she will tell us how she learned the finer points of watching paint dry at The WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, Maine. (Not for the faint of heart, she says.) And marine surveyor Pat Kearns will tell you what to look for in the shiny stuff before you fall too deepy in love with that previously own boat.
For more details, be sure to visit our website.
In this episode, Barbara Jean and her brother John recall some early boating experiences in Puffins and 210s in York Harbor, Maine, while blogger Rebecca Hawkes tells us how a common love of the water has helped her bond with a father that she has only recently come to know. We'll aslo talk about the ABCs of safety for new boaters, and maybe Ann's best friend Dixie will have word or two for boat dogs. Also, our Tweet of the Week features a very young Paul Newman.
Gold Loopers Jim and Lisa Favors will join us to discuss the story behind their popular book "Women On Board Cruising".
Chicago is one of the nation's top cities for having fun in the summer. I'll take you on a virtual architectural tour of the city aboard one of the boats on the Chicago River with docent and fellow journalist. Joni Hirsch Blackman. Then, it's back to Naperville for a swim at Centennial Beach, a picnic in the park and a last hurrah at the Naperville Jaycee's Last Fling! Join me at 10 a.m. tomorrow morning.
Tune in. You just might like what you're hear,.
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