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Jay-Simple. Tie a rope about 1/2 again as long as the boat to the bow and the other end to the back of the vehicle. Back up the trailer into the water until the boat floats free and back away from the trailer. Then very slowly go forward with the vehicle until the trailer is back on the ramp and the boat is just behind the trailer in the water. Disconnect the rope from the back of the vehicle and you can then get in the boat and take it wherever you want.

I been doing this for more years than I can remember. It works every time. Once you do it a half dozen times, its second nature. Ed
 

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Guideons do make it alot easier. Just drive the boat onto the trailer-its a little tricky if its windy but just say a hail Mary and give it the gas. ;D Ed
 
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