Bass Fishing Battle | Dude Perfect

This is big, folks. Dude, I think it's a pretty good one. It's pulling my boat. Woo hoo! Oh, it's a big fish!

Oh, it's a big fish! We're Dude Perfect. Welcome to Bass Fishing Battle. Here we go https://outsideguru.com/fishing/best-spinning-reels-under-100/!

Woo! Dude Perfect. For round 1, each dude will have six fishing poles. Once you catch a fish, you move onto the next pole. The fastest two times move on to the finale.

What's up, guys? Ty and Gare. Welcome to Bass Fishing Battle. We are in boat 1. Good luck to you, Gar. We're not necessarily on a team.

But we are in the same boat together. The other guys have dubbed this "the struggle boat." We take great offense to that. Extreme offense.

We are so offended. I'm on my own because I drew the short straw. But, honestly, I'm going to look at that as a positive. Coby, my butler, is going to be driving the boat today. I've never driven a bass boat.

But the thought of Cory driving this boat is the only thing worse than me having to worry about it. Clouds coming out anytime soon today? No, you need some sunscreen?

Probably. Folks, I've got a little bit of a history of fishing. I'm looking for a championship. Start our timer when the first bait hits the water.

Start the timer in 3, 2, 1. It's a beautiful day for fishing, boys. Oh, there we go. Oh, it's not a bad fish right there. Ah, OK. There we go.

Not a big one, but fish on the board. Moving on to the Kid Caster. Oh, wow, this feels weird.

This is big, folks. I just gotta get him in the boat. I'm a fish kisser. It's a must.

Dude Perfect, Kid Caster, one of my personal faves. Oh, that can fly. Oh, oh, Gary's got himself a fish.

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How To Fix Spider Cracks, Hairline Cracks, and Crazing in Boat Gelcoat | BoatUS

Hi Mark Corke here from BoatUS Magazine. Today I'm going to show you how to repair spider cracking in gelcoat. Before I start, don't forget if you find this video useful give us a like below, add a comment, and don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel. Before we start doing any repairs, I've got to make sure that the boat's nice and clean. I've already washed it down but my next step is just to give it a good wipe down with some acetone just to remove any remaining contaminants.

So before I do any work to the actual gelcoat itself, I'm going to mask it off so that we don't get splashes and things on the rest of the boat. [UPBEAT MUSIC] Just painting on some gelcoat is rarely effective so what I'm going to do is I'm going to open up the cracks with my Dremel tool and that will give the gelcoat something to bite into and also give us a much better repair. [GRINDING] I've finished the grinding, and if you look carefully you can just see that I've gone down through the gelcoat and barely scraped the laminate underneath. That's because we don't want to make huge gouges we just want a very shallow ones just for the gelcoat to have something to bite into I get a lot of questions about gelcoat and you'll notice that this is Spectrum Color. This is just one manufacturer that makes gelcoat.

They come in loads and loads and loads of different colors. This is obviously Grand Banks white because I'm working on a Grand Banks, but whatever boat you have they can probably match it up to suit. Because this is a huge gallon can of gelcoat, I find the easiest way to decant it is to use a syringe, so I'm going to suck up a syringe full of gelcoat and then I'm going to squirt this into a paper cup. One thing that many people do is they mix up way more gelcoat than they actually need. You'll see how much I've got in here.

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