About Me

I am a retired war veteran and I absolutely love spending most of my time on the lake in my inflatable fishing boat. I decided to create this website so I can educate people about fishing with inflatable boats, and why they're one of the best alternatives out there.

I am also a content writer at Inflatables Guide.


Because people think that just because a boat is inflatable, it's not meant for outdoor use.  Most people actually think that inflatables are only meant for pool use, which couldn't be further from the truth. My aim with this little website is to hopefully change your mind and make you see why inflatables are awesome.

Functional interior - what a great idea!

Utilitarian inside, what sort of word is that even? All things considered, I came around this article on freshome.com which talked about practical inside and the contemplations you ought to make when you're outlining your home.

They presented a couple of things to consider when you're planning your home.

Arrangement with a reason

When you arrange your home, consider the capacities that each space will have. Do that before you even begin to consider shading plans and stuff.

Inside outline changes after some time

Some individuals might need to bet everything from the earliest starting point. Suppose you purchased another extravagant house which you payed a better than average measure of cash on. You're suffocating in home loan and now you need to outfit your home with costly and jazzy furniture. All things considered, reconsider before you even begin hitting the stores. Inside configuration changes and suppose you'd be purchasing a blue costly couch that is truly popular atm. All things considered, in a couple of years these patterns will pass on and after that you'll be sitting in a costly couch that is traded off as far as usefulness and solace and you wont have the capacity to receive your cash consequently.

Useful spaces are more important.

So when you arrange you condo or house, ensure you utilize the utilitarian spaces.

My sister called me a couple of weeks back. Her child is 4 years of age now and has been dozing seriously the last couple of weeks. He's moving alot while he is snoozing so he's been dropping out of his bed alot. At that point I began to think on the off chance that I can utilize these focuses that I got from the freshome.com article and take care of her issue.

We began to search the web for bed rails that will keep her child to drop out of bed. We discovered this a la mode and very discrete bed rail from regalo bed rail brand, which is an entirely straight forward brand concentrating on childrens security in overnight boardinghouse general. We additionally got it in a pleasant white shading in lattice which is awesome since the dividers in her children room is white.

We came across the article on this side which has some reviews on regalo bed rails.

At any rate, I trust you got something out of this article and bear in mind, consider the practical spaces in your family unit before purchasing extravagant furniture:)


Interior through the decades

So as you probably are aware me, I get a kick out of the chance to look through pinterest consistently when I'm commutin to work and this week I discovered this infographic, man I adore infographics. Such an extraordinary approach to present data, and the best of everything it keeps you intrigued and you simply need to look over the distance down so you can make your decision about the subject or whatever the infographic is exhibiting.

This infographic portrays inside outline during that time and what it has advanced to until today.

This infographic would be incredible to take a gander at after you'd been at an outline gallery or somewhere in the vicinity, to have the capacity to reflect about all the configuration from various decades you could really make sense of from which age the configuration is from.

At any rate, bunches of work to do now, I'm outlining a seat for my corridor. One thing I can't stand is to stand while I tie my shoes, so now I have chosen to fabricate my own particular seat so I can sit on it whenver I'm leaving for the condo. I'll post some photos of it on my online journal later!

Stay in contact and leave a remark on the off chance that you like what you're perusing :)

Check out the infographic below:

3 Reasons Why An Inflatable Boat Is Better

You'd think I would list a hundred of different reasons why inflatable boats are the best. Well, sure I could do that but I bet I can convince you with just three simple reasons.

Reason 1 - Portability

Large solid boats are cool, they're fast and can store tons of weight and other fun stuff, but all that size comes with a prize.  Unless you own a lot of land, you'll need to rent boat space, and that get's expensive quick, especially if it's a lousy summer with plenty of rain. With an inflatable, you never have to worry about being limited by your own home, since all inflatable fishing boats can be collapsed into a small and neat package. In fact, almost all inflatable fishing boats can be stored underneath a relatively normal sized bed without any problems.

Reason 2 - Price

An inflatable boat costs about a fraction of the cost compared to a "real" boat. You can actually get away with as little as $100 when buying an inflatable fishing boat. Try to find a solid boat for that price, the only boat you'll find will be a junk boat that needs plenty of fixing before it even can get wet. With  $100 you can buy a brand new inflatable and hit the lake, river or ocean the very same day.

Reason 3 - Easy Maintenance

Because inflatable boats are mostly made from fabrics like PVC and Hypalon, repairing them is as easy as gluing on a patch of spare fabric. This makes it easy for non-handy people to fix inflatable boats with holes or punctures. These fixes are also very quick and usually do not take more than 15 minutes to complete. The only downside with gluing on patches is that you'll need to wait 24 hours before the glue is completely hardened.


As you can see, these three reasons are well enough to motivate a purchase. Space saving, cheap and easy to take care of. Now of course there are downsides to inflatable fishing boats as well, they're not as fast, not as durable and cannot carry as much weight as their solid counterparts, but for the amount of money you're paying you're getting a whole lot of value!

I'd say that unless you really need that added durability, weight capacity or speed, an inflatable boat will do just fine. With that said, inflatables can be very fast too, and the larger inflatable boats can take 20 HP gas motors.

For a more detailed guide please visit http://inflatablesguide.com/articles/best-inflatable-fishing-boats