Archive | May, 2010

Fun Fishing with a Remote Control Boat

12 May

Make Your Next Camping Trip Special-And Please don’t Forget the Radio Ranger

Fish Fun Remote Control Boat for Fishing

Vacation, Going Camping, and Radio Ranger, priceless

Going camping without my Radio Ranger Remote Control Fishing Boat is now something that I must turn back to get if I forget and if I don’t my kids won’t be too happy. I don’t care how far from home we are!

 To be honest, it is me, I’m the one, that isn’t going to be a happy camper without my little electric fishing boat. I actually got into R/C fishing when I was looking for something to help my little ones get interested in fishing, and to have a little more fun when we go fishing. 

This Quality Boat is Fun and is Going to Catch the Fish

32" Radio Ranger $59.95 http://www.rcfishingworld.com

The thing that surprises me about these Fish Fun Co. Rc Fishing Boats is there’s two ways to use them. My kids like being able to catch a fish with a piece of fishing line on the boat and retrieve it with the boat too. The boat does all the work, pulling the fish in with the remote controller the boat gives them a real thrill, like when they’re playing those video games. I like it too because they want to go fishing now. I can also use it along with my fishing pole. I like being able to drive my fishing line out 300 feet and dropping the line where I want. And I can go after the big fish in the lake. The line release works like a charm, a fish hit’s, line disconnects and I reel in the fish with my fishing pole. 

The only thing is I can’t get it away from the kids! 

When we first went fishing with the Radio Ranger my kids were so amazed and interested by this little boat that they were actually fighting over who got to use it. Previously, they were always complaining when I dragged them along to go fishing with me, now they get angry if I go without them! My son at only four years old caught his first Bass with the help of an RC fishing boat. I found the biggest problem about having a young fisherman like my son was the fact that he was unable to cast far enough. Of course, I casted for him and then when we got a bite I’d let him reel it in, but the Radio Ranger was responsible for his first 100% solo catch. When I go camping I no longer have to worry about my son and daughter running around all over the campground and causing trouble. They’ll literally Spend hours sitting in front of the dock trolling around the dock with the Radio Ranger.

A few things that I enjoyed about the Fish Fun boat’s were the fact that this boat is very easy to control, and my little ones with their limited motor skills were able to effectively steer it without getting into any trouble. The range of the Radio Ranger was also something I was impressed with, at a two hundred to three hundred foot range I can let my kids control it without too much worry about it going out of range. I also like the power of the Radio Ranger, having duel engines makes it easily strong enough to bring in any dock fish such as crappie and sunfish. My kids really enjoy trolling around the docks and doing catch and release for the smaller fish. 

The only downside, if you can call it a downside, is the amount of questions you’ll get from people asking where to get one. I guess it’s not every day you see a fishing RC boat like the Radio Ranger. Overall, it is the boat I recommend for anyone when they ask me what RC fishing boat they should get. It’s great for beginners to experienced users alike. One more recommendation, is invest in extra rc battery packs, because you won’t want to quit!

Get more information about these Rc Fishing Boats Go to Http://RcFishingWorld.com

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