When operating solo at tournament time, it's not uncommon to see a number of anglers float off their driverless boat, park and then have another participant provide a ferry ride. Probably not a technique you'd want to try at home, but add a boat driver to the equation, and it becomes a fast, efficient way for two people to clear the ramp. (This technique might not be advised on steeper ramps, where you might want to wait and unhook the bow right at the edge of the water, then back the final couple of feet.) Make sure the tow vehicle's gas tank isn't near empty when launching on a steeper ramp. Fuel pickups are generally located in the front of the tank, and if your vehicle is on an incline, it might stall out as the fuel runs to the back of the tank.