How To Remove A Boat Prop (To Grease & Check For Fishing Line)
By: Joseph Simonds on May 15, 2019
It’s boat propeller maintenance time!
And if you think routine boat maintenance isn’t as fun a topic as catching bull redfish on topwater…
Maybe you’re right!
But regular maintenance is what saves you money and keeps you out on the water (and catching those bull reds), so you gotta do it!
We brought back the crowd-favorite Capt. Mark Johnson from FloridaKeysFunFishing.com to show you how to remove your boat prop to grease it and check for fishing line (which can lead to a slew of engine problems).
Watch the video from Capt. Mark Johnson below.
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How To Remove A Boat Prop [VIDEO]
Other tips from Capt. Mark Johnson:
- How To Dock Your Boat The Quick & Easy Way
- The Ultimate Spanish Mackerel Rig (Catches Mackerel Anywhere)
- How To Tie The Haywire Twist The Quick & Easy Way [Wire Leader Knot]
- The Best Wire To Leader Knot: Albright Special (With The Secret Hollywood Twist)
- How To Rig Shrimp On A Jig-Head Like A PRO (VIDEO)
Get more Capt. Mark “Hollywood” Johnson at FloridaKeysFunFishing.com.
What did you think?
Are you servicing your boat like you should be?
This is a quick and easy way to make sure braided line doesn’t ruin your engine, and your keep your prop greased.
Have any questions about removing your prop?
Let us know in the comments below!
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