Catching your own lunch provides a unique kind of satisfaction.
Now imagine being so lucky you always have high yields.
Later on in the day, you organize a BBQ and enjoy a luxurious meal with friends, out in the sun, on your pontoon boat.
This is not some distant fairy-tale. All you need for the story to go exactly as described above is a top-quality fish finder and a grill that blows the competition out of the water (you already caught all the fish so there’s nothing left for them there, anyway).
How to Choose a Fish Finder
If you’re at all serious about your fishing, you probably already own a fish finder or are considering getting one.
All fish finders use the same technology. They have a built-in sonar that helps you see not only schools of fish, but also individual fish and the surrounding underwater area. Thanks to these properties, you can find the fish you’re looking for and learn more about what kind of places they prefer for hiding.
Top Fish Finders
Lowrance HDS-9 Gen3 Insight
There’s a reason Lowrance is #1 on this list. It has many advanced features that more than justify its steep price tag of over $1000. This investment will last you for years. Some of the features include:
- down and side imaging
- temperature tracking
- optimized for use in both shallow and deep water
Garmin Echo 551dv
Garmin is very well-known for making GPS navigational systems for cars, but they’re also more than present in the fish finder industry. When it comes to this model, there is almost nothing it can’t do. Its features include:
- using sonar and down imaging technology
- split-screen viewing
- dual beam transducer (500 W, 2300 ft reach)
- bottom lock feature
How to Choose a Grill for your Pontoon Boat
Time to throw that fish on the grill! Make sure you’re actually getting a grill that can take on the challenge of being close to the water (no matter if it’s freshwater or the sea). The best grills for pontoon boat are:
- made of corrosion-resistant materials
- can be attached to square railings
- always stays lit (can take a bit of wind and rocking
Best grills for your Pontoon boat
Extreme Marine Products Cuisinart Grill
This grill comes with pre-installed brackets and is easy to install on your railing. Features:
- locking lid
- stainless steel burner and dip tray
- handle for easy transport
- large cooking area
Kuuma Stow and Go Tabletop and Mountable Grill (Propane or Charcoal)
This grill comes in two versions: propane and charcoal. It can be used with refillable propane tanks or disposable fuel tanks. Features:
- stainless steel construction
- removable grease tray
- easy to mount
Smoke Hollow Grill Modified for 1.25″ Railing on Pontoon boats
This is a heavy-duty grill that you can use on your pontoon or anywhere else outdoors. Features:
- large cooking area (305 in)
- stainless steel grid and drip tray
- locking lid and foldable legs
Choose products that use the latest technologies and are made of most durable materials.