The Best Mini Pontoon Boat for Fishing
Hello, I’m Brad Metzler with Pond King incorporated and I’d like to introduce you to the newest addition to our line of pontoon boats the Pond King Rebel. We manufacture seven different models from six to sixteen foot and this is our oneman fishing pontoon. I’d like to show you some of it’s very unique features. Building a stable small pontoon boat that would fit back the truck was definitely a challenge. Our solution was designing a narrow frame that would expand once it was.
Unloaded. The Rebel is only fortyeight inches wide in transport and expands to over sixty eight inches. It’s constructed completely from aluminum which makes it lightweight and rust free. The entire pontoon boat only weighs one hundred seventy five pounds so it’s easy to move around with the attached wheels. Once you’re near the water, pull the pins and use the handles to slide out the pontoons.
The pullout trays give you plenty of room for all your gear and the deck is coated with a spray on bedliner to give you sure footing in any condition. Replace the pins and you’re ready to load your battery and mount the trolling motor to the bracket. The pontoon boat includes a plug wired to the battery box. In addition to tan, the Rebel is also available in blue powder coating. The Rebel is so easy to launch.
You’ll be able to access even the most secluded ponds and lake areas. With a simple boat that is always ready to go you’ll be getting out on the water more often. Some of the best fishing is usually that quick trip out to a local private lake. You won’t be sacrificing comfort in this boat like most small rigs. It maneuvers easily and with its great stability you’ll enjoy being able to sit or stand while fishing. I hope you’ve enjoyed learning about our Pond King Rebel.
And if you like the style of the pontoon boat but you’d like a little more room for a second person we offer the Pond King Rebel XL that has an eightfoot deck with tenfoot pontoons and weighs only two hundred fifty pounds. It comes standard with the below deck battery storage and a trolling motor mount. With its six hundred fifty pound capacity it makes it great two man fishing rig or portable duck blind.
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Towing HowTo Back Up and Park a Trailer
Hi, my name is Stuart. I’m gonna try to show you how to back up a trailer today. The key term that I want to make sure everyone knows about is the hitch ball. The hitch ball is on a lot of cars and you’ll see it’s what is underneath this cover right here. It’s what the trailer grabs onto and connects itself to the car. The trailer will pivot on the hitch ball as you turn the car back and forth and the main thing you want to avoid is what’s called a jackknife situation and that’s what we kind of have set up here. If we were to back the car up another eight.
Inches or a foot, a very short distance, you could imagine as the bumper comes backwards, it would collide with with the tongue of the trailer and cause some damage to your car and to the trailer, so if we can avoid that, I think we’ll be okay. The key for me when I’m trying to explain to someone how to back up a trailer, is to get them to imagine that it’s like a wheel barrel that you’re pushing but instead of pushing the wheelbarrow with your hands, you’re pushing the trailer with the hitch ball of your car and so the key to doing this.
Is being able to control and know where you want the hitch ball to be turning and pushing the trailer from. If I want to get the trailer to go to my left I have to move my body to the right. My body in this case is supposed to be the hitch ball, so if I want to get the trailer now to move to the right I have to get my body or the hitch ball to the left, so that’s how I have to push it. If i want to make the trailer go this way to the left of the passenger side, of the left I guess, then I need to.
Get the hitch ball to the right of the trailer and i’ll turn the steering wheel to do that. Now that I’ve started going that way, if i want to make the trailer just continue in this arc and follow it around I’m going to need to back that wheel the other way and if I want to get the trailer to switch directions I gotta lock the steering wheel out all the way in that direction so that I can get the hitch ball on the other side of the trailer. Again, to avoid a jackknife, now I have to turn the wheel, yet again, the other direction but it’s kind of like doing these exaggerated movements when you’re pushing a wheelbarrow you just.
Kind of got to get your hitch ball where it needs to go.