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For people who love spending time on the water, summer wouldn't be summer without a boat. Boating for pleasure, fishing, water skiing, tubing and kayaking are all great ways to have fun in the sun while beating the heat. Choosing the right watercraft largely depends on what you plan to do on the water and your budget. And boating requires certain accessories to make the experience safe while you're having fun. Boats come in all shapes and sizes, but your first boating experience doesn't always mean spending lots of money. The following options make boating accessible and affordable for nearly every budget. If casting a line in the water is your idea of a great day on the lake, then a small fishing boat is the perfect watercraft. Inflatable fishing boats are one of the most economical ways to get out on the water. Easy to transport and maneuver, inflatable boats can take you to the most remote fishing spot with ease. Another easy-to-use boating option is the single-person pontoon boat. These boats are lightweight and easy to transport, plus they offer lots of storage space for fishing or camping gear. Pontoon boats are designed especially for fly fishing and feature an integrated anchor system, detachable foam fly patch and dual-side stripping apron. And no matter the size or capacity of your boat, don't forget things like boat covers, life jackets, emergency flotation cushions, marine batteries and fuses to keep your watercraft up and running and your passengers safe.