Western Bass Club event features preventative maintenance, just in time for spring

The Western Bass Club is sponsoring a free event Feb. 16 aimed at recreational boaters. The statewide club has asked Russ Baker, owner of Limit Out Performance Marine in Pacific, to speak about boat maintenance. His presentation, "Must Do Preventative Maintenance Tips for Your Boat Before Your First Outing on the Lake," will take place 7 p.m. at Kennydale Community Hall, 2424 N.E. 27th St., Renton.

  • Friday, February 4, 2011 4:07pm
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The Western Bass Club is sponsoring a free event Feb. 16 aimed at recreational boaters.

The statewide club has asked Russ Baker, owner of Limit Out Performance Marine in Pacific, to speak about boat maintenance.

His presentation, “Must Do Preventative Maintenance Tips for Your Boat Before Your First Outing on the Lake,” will take place 7 p.m. at Kennydale Community Hall, 2424 N.E. 27th St., Renton.

In addition to running one of Western Washington’s newest boat dealers and Yamaha service center, Baker also participates in fishing tournaments, as well as being a recreational boater.

Western Bass Club is one of the oldest fishing clubs in the state, having started in 1938. To learn more about the club go to www.westernbassclub.co. To learn more about Limit Out Marine, go to www.www.limitoutmarine.com.

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