jay.bush1434· I Love microskiff.com!
I live on the water and boat is in a lift behind my house. I have a fuel water separator with a clear sample bowl I can check easily and drain out if needed. So far, never had any issues. I always use fuel stabilizer in the recommended amount for the fuel I'm adding. I track my fuel burn and will fill up when I start getting low. Low is relative to the how far I'm going to fish on the next trip. I get 6-7mpg and if I'm just fishing in my back yard I'll add 5 gallons from a gas can. If I'm not going to use the boat for a week or so or I am low, I'll run the boat over to the fuel dock and fill up. It costs more but it is very convenient and is quality fuel with.