Trailering Olympics

Top tips for helping improve your boat trailering abilities.

Trailering Olympics

Our three Trailering Olympics contestants ready for the challenges that lie ahead of them.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Editor Robert Stephens lining up the rigs.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

John Linn backing his boat and camper combo up the narrow dead end road.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

John Linn cautiously backing up his trailer.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Linn using an available driveway to get his rigged turned around.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

John Linn showing that all you need is some patience and a good sized mirror to get out of a jam.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Fred Leisenheimer navigates his way down a seldom used boat ramp.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Leisenheimer easily gets his boat in the water even with Robert doing his best to distract him.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Walleye Dan Eigen steps out to survey the boat launch situation a little more carefully.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

John Linn checking his mirror on the way down the ramp.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

John Linn plotting his strategy in the resort parking lot.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

And his parking plan pays off.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Dan Eigen checks out the remaining spots as he enters the parking lot.John Linn

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Eventually Eigen spots a space that he likes, but can he make it work?John Linn

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Of course he can.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Fred Leisenheimer easily finds a place to park his rig for the night.John Linn

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John Linn pulls his truck in for some fuel.John Linn

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At this point, it's all fun.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Dan Eigen pulls his trailer through the drivethrough without a problem.John Linn

Trailering Olympics

Fred Leisenheimer is rewarded for his successful trip through the drivethrough with some ice cream.John Linn