A number of hunters and fishermen drown every year simply because they don't act as responsible navigators. They overload the boat, get up, don't use PFD, or take other necessary precautions when navigating. Everyone should stay low on the boat and the equipment should be evenly distributed. A person standing on a boat does not have the same balance as a person sitting.
A person who fires a gun while standing could easily lose balance and fall overboard. If you're paddling, a fiberglass canoe is faster and can carry more equipment and hunters without tipping over. There's no doubt that hunting from a boat comes with additional responsibilities, but to avoid ending up in the water, you might want to take note of the following points. You shouldn't even think about getting close to the water, let alone getting on a boat if you don't know how to swim.
Similarly, more hunters die every year from drowning and the effects of hypothermia than from gunshot wounds. Hunters often need a boat to chase waterfowl, but new boats and outboards covered in camouflage can definitely be an economic problem. Jon Boats are flat-bottomed boats with two or three bench seats ideal for fishing, hunting or civil protection during floods. If you are taking your dog on your hunting trips, be sure to teach him how to swim as well.
If there are going to be two hunters on a single ship, the first person must sit on the bow pointing forward after the first gun is on the ship. It's also important that if you bring a hunting partner or anyone else, they also know how to swim. Before you think about hunting from a ship, you need to be able to control and maneuver it properly with ease. However, don't forget about your feet, wear thick socks and hunting boots that are well insulated to keep your feet from getting cold.