What's up on the Piedmont lakes?
I know, I know ...
No one can do anything as well as you can yourself.
In the event you simply run out of time and actually
need a boating product or service, well then ...
Here's Pilot's Marine Service Index
Need a Marina?
See the Marina Guide for the Piedmont lakes.
While you're at it, get some class, would ya?
Set a Course for Safety with
While you're thinking about your own safety keep in mind your dogs safety as well. Ugh, can you imagine anything more terrifying? Sure, you and I both know that dogs can swim - but in choppy open water, even a water-loving Lab could easily get pulled under and drown. That's something a lot of owners forget about when they decide to take their pooches out on their boats. Find these great tips for keeping your best friend safe on board at www.k9ofmine.com/dog-boating-safety/
Check out our new page for events happening in the Piedmont Lakes!
It's a guide to waterfront and water-access
restaurants on the Piedmont lakes.
Take a look at the Piedmont Fishing Guide
for a directory of fishing resources
on the lakes of the Piedmont
While you're checking your tackle box, you may want to take a look at the Fishing Report for the next few weeks.
You know ... so you'll have a clue.
On our cover:
A spark is "a small fiery partical thrown off from a fire." If sales are any indication, the fire is SeaDoo generally, with their Spark line, and its aggressive pricing, playing the part of the small fiery partical. The cover photo this issue really captures the fun one of these Rotax-powered machines can generate. See what else SeaDoo has to offer at Lake Norman Power Sports – www.LakeNormanPowerSports.com – or visit their showroom in Cornelius and at the Mid-Atlantic Summer Boat Show. Photo courtesy of SeaDoo, www.SeaDoo.com.