When an AIS receiver is integrated into your marine electronics system, other vessels equipped with an AIS transmitter are shown on your multifunction display as isosceles triangles. AIS targets are viewable on chart pages and radar screens.
Category Archives: Gear
Our January Quiz is now closed. Stay tuned for the winners to be announced.
If your vehicle doesn’t have a backup camera, and you are often alone hooking up your boat trailer, this article could very well change your life.
Looking for a unique gift for the fisherman who has everything? Look no further than this list of easy, useful, and fun gifts—something for everyone here.
Installment #4 for 2018. "Gear for the Year" is our award-winning fishing tackle and gear round-ups for fishing Vancouver Island, and the British Columbia Coast.
2018's best gear for fishing and enjoying boating on the West Coast of British Columbia, and beyond.
Welcome to our newest column featuring the latest and greatest in drool-worthy, must have gear for the year! Get your ‘hooks’ into these. We have, and we did well! We’ll update you with new gear that we’ve tried every month. If it appears here—it’s Gear for the Year 2018: Part 2...
If you haven’t had a look at Fell Marine’s MOB+, I strongly suggest you do. I think it’s one of the best safety devices I’ve ever come across. Simply put, it’s a wireless cut-off switch that you can pair with up to four fobs...
Welcome to our newest column featuring the latest and greatest in drool-worthy, must have gear for the year! Get your ‘hooks’ into these. We have, and we did well! We'll update you with new gear that we've tried every month.
May on Vancouver Island brings with it almost every insect hatch that occurs on the island. March and April see the midges start and they are still going gangbusters on the lakes and ponds.