In the spirit of looking for and selling the finest quality boats in todays market, we have added Robalo Boats. They are made in Nashville Georgia and have a fine campus to make great boats. They have been in business since 1968. Robalo Boats makes a premium quality boat for the busy person who needs a solid boat package to fish or relax on. Our boats are equipped with the proven Yamaha 4-stroke engines. Stop by Greenville Marine and see the new boats that we have in stock. Happy boating and tight lines, Kathy,Ann and the guys….
Greenville Marine & Sports Center’s hunting supplies in Greenville, NC are the best in the area. We know that the final Summer months means that you wanna get out on the water while you can. Getting out on the water is a great recreational activity, but it also does come with its risks. Water is actually a highly reflective surface for the sun to bounce off of. Because of this, it’s very important to be strict with sun safety while boating. Here are tips to take care of your skin while boating!
When you go out on the boat, you should be using 30 SPF at the LEAST. Make sure that you apply an ample amount of sunscreen. Do not skimp on this. Also make sure that you put on sunscreen before you even get on the boat. It takes about 30 minutes for the Sunscreen to really kick in, so make sure that you put this on before you head over to the boat. Also make sure that you have enough to reapply. You should aim to reapply every 2 hours–this depends on if you’ve gotten in the water or have been sweating. Being diligent with your sunscreen is an important step, do not skip it.
Your face is extremely sensitive to UV Rays. Make sure that you find a hat that you feel comfortable in. It’s a great way to give your face and scalp some relief from the sun. Typically wide brimmed hats work the best, but a simple base ball cap will do as well.
3. Seek Shade Often
If you don’t need to be in the sun, sit in the shade. Sitting in the shade lets you give your skin a slight break from the sun that it needs. Being on the water is hard on your skin because the sun is reflecting all over the surface of the water. Sitting in the shade lets your skin breath after being on full blast.
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Greenville Marine & Sports Center has been serving Pitt and Beaufort counties and Eastern North Carolina for 44 years. We are your local boat, motor, and trailer dealer for Bayliner, G3 Boats, Cypress Cay Pontoons, May-Craft, Nautic Star, Tidewater and Phoenix Bass Boats. We sell Yamaha and Mercury engines. We have an experienced sales and service staff who would love to help you with a new or used boat purchase right here in Greenville, NC. Contact us today!
Greenville Marine Outdoor Shop specializes in the best hunting supplies you can get in Greenville, NC. Our first priority is our customers’ safety. Before you go boating, we want you to know all the information possible. Here is a list of safety equipment you need before you go boating!
1. Proper Registration
Having your boat properly registered and inspected is one of the most important parts to boat safety. Making sure that it passes inspections is both safe and the law. Make sure that your are placing the number stickers are at the front of the boat and in plain sight.
2. Personal Floatation Devices (PFD)
You must have AT LEAST one PFD on your boat at all times. Even if you’re a strong swimmer, you never know when you’re going to need one of these, though you should have one per passenger. Make sure that you have your PFD’s in plain sight and easily accessible for all your passengers.
You need some type of sound producing device on board at all times. Another acceptable device could also be a whistle. This device just has to be able to cut through and be heard. You never know when you’re going to have to signal to warn others or ask for help.
4. Fire Extinguisher
If you have a boat with a motor, then you have to have a fire extinguisher on board. Fire extinguishers are extremely important just in case of a fire emergency that you could have on board. It’s also the law.
5. Visible Distress Signal (VDS)
In case of an emergency VDSs are extremely important to signal for help. Make sure you have a VDS for both day and night.
6. Safety Checklist
Having a safety checklist is a great back up to make sure that you aren’t forgetting what’s important. Make sure that you have it laminated to protect from water damage and is in plain sight.
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Greenville Marine Outdoor Shop specializes in the best hunting supplies you can get in Greenville, NC. We have a great selection of rods, reels, fishing tackle, clothing, various supplies, and now a hunting department. We have guns, ammo, and hunting accessories. We want to be your one stop destination for rods, reels, tackle, hunting equipment, guns, ammo and boats, motors and trailers. Come by to check us out in Greenville, NC and contact us today!
Greenville Marine and Sports Center specializes in your best collection of hunting supplies in Greenville, NC. We believe that fishing is the perfect activity for these hot Summer months. Fishing is already a great activity, but did you know that it’s also good for your health? Here’s 3 reasons why fishing is a fun and healthy activity!
1. It’s Good For Your Heart
Fishing is good for your heart because you’re constantly in motion. Just getting outside and walking to where you need to fish is a going to get your heart rate up. You’ll also be given an effective workout just reeling in fish, whether they’re large or small.
2. It’s Good For Your Mental Health
Fishing provides a unique opportunity to unplug and reconnect with what’s important. Taking the time you need to practice mindfulness is important to recharge. People who take regular breaks and practice mindfulness often find that they have better focus and a overall better well-being. According to the American Psychological Association,
Mindfulness meditation practice and self-reported mindfulness were correlated directly with cognitive flexibility and attentional functioning (Moore and Malinowski, 2009).
Taking the time for mindfulness is important both for your well-being as well as your work life. Fishing is a great way to practice that!
3. It’s a Good Low-Impact Activity
Fishing is a great way to get exercise while also being low-impact. Baiting and reeling increases your dexterity, and keeps y0u flexible while exercising muscles you may not use too often. In general fishing also gives your the chance to breath in fresh air and soak up some vitamin D!
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Greenville Marine and Sports Center specializes in your best collection of hunting supplies in Greenville, NC. We have a great selection of rods, reels, fishing tackle, clothing, various supplies, and now a hunting department. We have guns, ammo, and hunting accessories. We want to be your one stop destination for rods, reels, tackle, hunting equipment, guns, ammo and boats, motors and trailers. Come by to check us out in Greenville, NC or contact us today!
Greenville Marine & Sport Center is your one stop when it comes to hunting supplies in Greenville, NC. Now that Summer is in full swing, the last thing you wanna do is sit inside. Get outside and embrace all the sports you love this Summer! Now is also the perfect time to invest in all the hunting, outdoor sport, and recreational supplies you may need. Summer is also a great time to get out to the water and go fishing. Here are 5 reasons that you should try fishing!
1. It Relieves Stress
Just getting outside and going out on a boat gets you away from all the stress from the ‘real world.’ This is your chance to get back to the roots and enjoy the simple things. Just being around the simple joys of nature is incredibly relaxing. Fishing also is a way to do an activity that is unplugged and very reward.
2. It Can Forge Bonds
This is the perfect opportunity to bring your children, cousins, friends, siblings, or your significant other. This is the perfect time to connect without the distractions of technology. It’s just you and a whoever is important to you in your life. This stress-relieving activity is a great way to unwind and reconnect over a fun activity. Even if you don’t catch anything, just the time spent with who matters is what’s really important.
3. Fish Are Healthy
Fish is low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein. This meat is honestly a super food. There’s nothing more fulfilling then really earning your meal. You’ll get exercise and then can reward yourself with meat that is really going to nourish you.
4. It’s Just Fun!
Getting really good at fishing is really hard, but super rewarding. You’ll find your self living for the challenge and the thrill of tracking down and catching your meal. There’s nothing quite as fun as really getting good at something and reaping the benefits. You’ll get back in touch with nature, forge bonds, and stay healthy. What could be better?
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Greenville Marine & Sport Center is your one stop when it comes to hunting supplies in Greenville, NC. We have been serving Pitt and Beaufort counties and Eastern North Carolina for 44 years. We want to be your one stop destination for rods, reels, tackle, hunting equipment, guns, ammo and boats, motors and trailers.
Come by to check us out in Greenville, NC. Feel free to contact us today!
2017 Summer Starts Now Rebates for Bayliner boats is on… From now until June 18th.
There’s nothing that Greenville Marine values more than safety when it comes to guns and ammo in Greenville, NC. That’s why we wanted to give you the tips you need when it comes to gun safety and hunting. A lot of mishaps and accidents happen when people don’t quite recognize the weight of responsibility when it comes to fire arms. Guns and ammo are designed to kill, and that comes with a huge responsibility for those handling it. Safe fire-arm practices are second-nature to the well-trained hunter. Follow the tips below to be a effective, responsible, and safe hunter this Summer!
1. Know Your Safe “Zone of Fire”
Staying strictly within your zone of fire is one of the most important practices when it comes to gun safety. Your zone of fire is a 45 degree area in front of you. You are never to fire outside of these 45 degrees. Anything outside of it is not within your eye sight and is not considered safe to pursue. Your zone of fire is also changes every step and move you make. Make sure each position you take is safe. Be aware of where your other hunting partners are and be sure to communicate with your partners constantly.
2. Practice Control
Hunting can be thrilling, but be aware that this can also lead to reckless behavior. Make sure that you keep your excitement in check and that you don’t let it cloud your judgement. If you feel like your excitement is getting the better of you, then you need to slow down and take a break. You should also communicate this to your partners, and they should respect your decision. Safety is the most important part of the hunt, and no kill is worth risking safety. It’s also statistically proven that the calmer hunters yield better results.
3. Practice Makes Perfect
Going to a shooting range and practicing hitting targets is important for any hunter at various levels. Before you try hunting for the first time, have new equipment, or you’re well seasoned, you should constantly be practicing your skills. You should be consistently hitting your targets at the range. If you are finding that you don’t do well at the range for whatever reason, then you are not ready to hunt. That’s okay! Practice is the best way to get better, and if you’re determined, then you should be ready in no time!
4. Know Your Target
If you can’t clearly make out what you’re shooting, then you should not shoot! Anything you shoot should be 100% clear to you. It’s not worth taking the risk.
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There’s nothing that Greenville Marine values more than safety when it comes to guns and ammo in Greenville, NC. We have been serving Pitt and Beaufort counties and Eastern North Carolina for 44 years. We want to be your one stop destination for rods, reels, tackle, hunting equipment, guns, ammo and boats, motors and trailers.
Come by to check us out in Greenville, NC. Feel free to contact us today!
Greenville Marine & Sport Center in Greenville NC knows that with Summer just around the edge that many of us are going to be hitting the water soon. Buying a boat is one way you can hit the water in style, however, this can be a hard decision to make. We’ve compiled a list of things that you must consider before you buy a new boat.
1. Is it Affordable?
Too many buy the boat of their dreams without thinking about the true cost and responsibility that comes with owning a boat. There is the cost of the boat itself, the monthly maintenance cost, and the annual cost. Boats are also extremely inefficient when it comes to gas or diesel because the boat uses more energy pushing through water. When thinking about the expenses, the general rule is you should expect to pay between 10-15% of the replacement value per year.
2. What Will The Boat be Used For?
Boats are used for many different ways. The best thing to do will be to consult your salesperson. Some people use boats for fishing, sailing, cruising, water sports, etc. The list is endless. Be sure to think of all the people in your family and what their desires are for trips on the water. This will help you decide what type of boat is the best for you.
3. Where Will it Be Used?
This really comes down to whether you boat will be used for salt water or for freshwater. You need to determine how big your trips are, how many people would be going, what activities will you be doing, etc. Again it’s best to consult your salesperson on the places you’ll want to take your boat. You should also learn what are in the boat’s capabilities.
4. New or Used?
This plays a lot in to deciding whether or not the particular boat is affordable. Though older boats will be more affordable, you also have to be aware of the cost it will take to maintain an older boat. You should buy a new boat if you can afford to have someone fix it, or you have the time and knowledge to fix it yourself.
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We are getting new Tidewaters and Nautic Stars in finally.. Come see the new 21CC’s and 22cc’s that have come in … They are being loaded onto the website too.. Thanks
1. Mark Up Your Soft Baits
Add some realistic patterns to your soft-plastic baits with some permanent markers. This gives them a unique fish-attracting appearance.
2. Cut Down on Tangles
The wind knot can be prevented and greatly reduced if you flip over the bail manually on your rotating reel after you cast. This will prevent the line from twisting as it moves its way from the bail to the line roller, which is what it does when if the bail snaps shut by itself by turning the reel handle.
3. Dress-Up The Jigs
Diamond jigs are a classic striped bass, bluefish and cod lure that can be dressed with a bare hook, a colored tube, or a feathered Siwash hook. The faster you can switch out these different dressed hooks to find the color and style that the fish are responding to, the faster you will be into fish. To do this, replace the split ring on the bottom of your diamond jig with a sturdy lure clip and swap out hook styles.
4. Stay on Top
5. Cripple Your Baitfish
Frisky bait can be tough for predators to chase down. To slow it down, try clipping the tail fin with a pair of small scissors down the middle of the tail.