Boating in Canada? Don’t!

Don’t boat without having passed your boater exam this summer. I have decided to take up canoeing and kept on hearing about the boater exam and since I have a lot of British Columbia lakes free camping information on TracksAndTrails.ca, I decided to find out who needs to get this certification. It turns out that […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 19, 2011
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Don’t boat without having passed your boater exam this summer. I have decided to take up canoeing and kept on hearing about the boater exam and since I have a lot of British Columbia lakes free camping information on TracksAndTrails.ca, I decided to find out who needs to get this certification. It turns out that I won’t need to take the Boater Exam since I operate a canoe but many of the lakes that are in British Columbia allow motorized boats. Anyone who operates a motorized boat will need to take the Boater Exam. After a bit of research I found a great place to study for and aquire your Boater licence. Take the Boater Exam here.

Don't forget the boater exam before your next fishing trip

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  1. Jennyi915

    i really think that a boat cover is the right way to go, but my parents think that a tarp will do the same thing. what do you think? I looked online and found this with 20% off http://boatcovers.bestdealsoffer.com . let me know.

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Step 1.

Fluff the fatwood by scraping the stick with the edge of your striker. If a hunting knife is available, use the BACK of the blade to fluff.

Step 2.

Practice getting a spark to land on the pile of fluffed fatwood by using your ferro rod and the edge of your striker.

Step 3.

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