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(Provided by Minn Kota)

Minn Kota offers mail-in rewards for on-board battery chargers.Minn Kota aims to keep anglers charged up and ready to hit the water in 2016 by offering mail-in rewards on the purchase of select Precision and Digital on-board chargers between January 1 and July 1, 2016.

Anglers who purchase any two-, three-, or four-bank Precision on-board battery charger are eligible to redeem a $50 mail-in reward. Additionally, anglers who purchase any two-, three-, or four-bank Digital on-board battery charger are eligible to redeem a $30 mail-in reward.

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Get $100 reward card with Talon Shallow Water Anchor PurchasesMinn Kota® wants to keep anglers locked on their most productive fishing spots in 2016 by offering a $100 mail-in reward with the purchase of any Talon shallow water anchor between January 1 and June 1, 2016.

The reward offer includes all 8-, 10- and 12-foot Talons. With seven color options available – including Realtree® MAX-5® camo – there’s a Talon to match any boat.

Visit minnkotamotors.com/promotions for complete details and to download the mail-in redemption form.

(Provided by BoatUS)

Navigation lights like these don't pass muster, and don't make for safe boating (credit: Daniel Rutherford). With the latest technical advances in recreational boat lights - both for navigation and aesthetic purposes - recreational boaters have more choices than ever when upgrading their boat's lighting. However, the US Coast Guard wants boaters to know that some of the new lights aren't up to snuff and could increase the chances of a collision. It has found thatsome sold for navigation purposes don't meet regulations, and other aesthetic lighting products such as LED ropes and underwater lights may go against the light provisions of the nautical rules of the road. The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water shares these concerns has these three tips when shopping for or installing boat lights: