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Tracker Marine's New Fish and Ski Combo Boat

Tracker Marine's New Fish and Ski Combo Boat
You’ve asked for it, and Tracker Marine has delivered! Introducing the all new Pro Guide Deep V-175 Combo Fish and Ski boat! This boat is loaded with family friendly features for serious anglers and those who just want to have a good time skiing, wake boarding or tubing on the water.                   ...

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Article Rating Posted on April 24, 2013 in: Marine News

Tracker Boats Named "Best Buys"

Tracker Boats Named "Best Buys"
Highly respected Consumers Digest has included three boats manufactured by Tracker Marine Group (TMG) among its “Best Buys” in powerboats in their  July/August issue and at ConsumersDigest.com. TMG was the only marine manufacturer with 3 boats named to the much-anticipated recommendations used by consumers when considering a boat purchase.     The NITRO Z-6 bas...

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Article Rating Posted on July 16, 2012 in: Marine News

Is Your Boat Overloaded?

Is Your Boat Overloaded?
Overloading a boat can indeed be dangerous. And the smaller the boat, the easier it is to become overloaded. Putting too many people and gear aboard reduces freeboard, increases instability and raises the risk of swamping in rough weather. Even in calm waters, an overloaded boat is more likely to capsize, especially if the boat makes an abrupt turn, or if someone on board suddenly shifts position.     ...

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Article Rating Posted on July 16, 2012 in: Marine News

Keeping Our Water and Beaches Clean

Keeping Our Water and Beaches Clean
Anyone who has been to a lake or the beach knows that there is a lot of garbage floating around in the water and ending up on shore. Most of this garbage is dumped by mindless or careless boaters and campers who do not understand the impact their actions can have on the environment.     Garbage in the water looks bad, and can cause problems for both wildlife and for boaters. A significant number of b...

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Posted on March 30, 2012 in: Marine News

Boating Ettiquette - Tips for a Pleasant Trip

Boating Ettiquette - Tips for a Pleasant Trip
Just as there are social norms you’re expected to know on land, you’ve got to know certain basic rules of boating etiquette if you’re going to be spending any time at all on the water. While it may feel like you’re the captain of your nautical domain, remember that a little consideration for your fellow boater can go a long way toward avoiding any misunderstandings or conflicts. You are responsible for your own wake and any damage done by it. If you’ve caused bo...

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Article Rating Posted on October 22, 2011 in: Marine News

10 Tips for Boating Safety

10 Tips for Boating Safety
Each year several hundred Americans lose their lives in boating accidents, nearly all of which could have been avoided with a few basic precautions. Remember, that most fatal boating accidents occur in boats 26' feet and under. Some tips to stay safe--   1. Wear a life vest. If you feel funny wearing the cheap, bulky day-glow orange PFDs, then spend $100 or so on the automatically inflating type vests that blend in with your clothes. They are USCG approved.   2. Make sure the condi...

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Article Rating Posted on May 31, 2011 in: Marine News

What's in Your Boat Insurance Policy?

What's in Your Boat Insurance Policy?
The Boat Owners Association of The United States has five hard questions you need to ask your boat’s insurance agent before your summer boating season begins. Their answers could let you know how worthwhile or worthless your current policy is:   1. Does your insurance company expect you to pay salvage costs that should be paid by them? Most people say the main the reason they buy insurance is to cover the “big things.” The most common types of catastrophic insurance ...

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Article Rating Posted on May 29, 2011 in: Marine News

A Look at the Nitro Z-6

A Look at the Nitro Z-6
Is a $50,000 price tag keeping you from taking your child or a grand child fishing? Maybe you want to start fishing in your local tournaments but the idea of spending so much on a boat has you second-guessing the idea? Nitro Z-6 Overhead   There are many of options available to get you on the water and if you’re looking for an inexpensive fiberglass bass boat, you just can’t beat the Z-6. This NITRO Z-6 is 17’6” long with a beam of 90”.  Beam is...

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Article Rating Posted on May 11, 2011 in: Marine News

Nitro Z-9, A Tournament Anglers Dream!

Nitro Z-9, A Tournament Anglers Dream!
20’9” of pure fishing domination! This is what I envision when I think about NITRO’S flagship model the Z-9. The Z-9 is every tournament anglers dream, its big, roomy and fast. What more can you ask for? How about a choice of more than 70 different options, from electronics to power poles you can build this boat to fit your exact needs. Best of all you can choose your own color and color combinations so you will have that one of a kind bass boat!    Nitro Z-9...

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Article Rating Posted on April 28, 2011 in: Marine News

Welcome to Our First Nitro Blog

Welcome to Our First Nitro Blog
Let me start of by introducing myself.  My name is Travis Roberts.  I have been at Rocky Mountain RV and Marine for the last 8 years or so.  My father and I are the proud owners of a Tracker Marine 2010 Nitro Z-7, powered by a Mercury 200 Optimax Pro XS.  We fish local New Mexico bass club tournaments along with fun fishing with our families and friends. In this blog series I hope to let everyone know about new innovations throughout the Tracker Marine NITRO line, as well a...

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Article Rating Posted on April 08, 2011 in: Marine News
  



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