Enter the #PlayCleanGoBoating Contest!

This contest is closed — stay tuned for the next one!

What are your favorite boating memories — from this weekend, this summer, or seasons past? Did you achieve your quest for inner peace from your kayak or canoe? Or have a blast on your motor boat? Perhaps you set sail for adventure. Any epic fish tales or waterskiing records you captured with your camera? 

In this contest, PlayCleanGo is encouraging you to look back at your social feed or camera roll and share your favorite boating shots

You could win an awesome prize to help you keep enjoying your time out on the water (see below)!

Here's how to enter:

  1. LIKE @playcleango on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter

  2. POST a photo of one of your favorite boating memories on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account. Your post must include #PlayCleanGoBoating. Tag @playcleango in your photo for extra points! ✳️ Make sure that your post is set to public so that we can view it.

  3. LIMIT one entry per person per contest.

Contest Dates: August 21 – September 4, 2019. Up to 3 lucky winners will be announced in September via our social media accounts.

Contest Prizes

Up to 3 lucky winners will be selected to receive one of the following prizes:

  • Pair of Wigwam socks (winner selects style & size)
  • Nikwax Hardshell DuoPack + Footwear DuoPack
And ALL winners will receive a free PlayCleanGo boot brush and swag bag!


4 Ways to Stop Invasive Species While Boating 

  1. CLEAN off visible aquatic plants, animals, and mud from all equipment before leaving water access.
    • Rinse equipment and boat hulls (with high pressure, hot water when possible)
    • Rinse interior compartments of boats with low pressure, hot water (120°F)
    • Flush motor with hot water (120°F) for 2 minutes (or according to owner’s manual)
  2. DRAIN motor, bilge, livewell, and other water containing devices before leaving water access.
  3. DRY everything for at least five days OR wipe with a towel before reuse.
  4. Anglers, DISPOSE of unwanted bait, worms, and fish parts in the trash. When keeping live bait, drain bait container and replace with spring or dechlorinated tap water. Never dump live fish or other organisms from one water body into another.


Spread the word, not the problem.