All trailers/boats will be slightly different, but basically back the boat in so most of the bunks are under water. Pop in and out of idle to drive it on. The trailer should be out enough so the boat does not get on totally floating. Then get the rudder straight and slowly give it gas to push it up. I prefer to leave the gas on some f need be( solo style) while I hook up the turnbuckle an winch. Slow is better than charging onto the trailer. The straighter u back in the less likely the boat is to move towards one side or the other when pulling the rig out of the water. Basically what homey above me said. With a little practice you should strive to be able to do it faster, smarter, and better than anyone else all by yourself.
Last edited by mojo; 06-01-2012 at 6:28 PM.