I love my Pro Angler and fish out of it at least 2-3 times a week. Mostly on the weekends. If I saltwater fish, it's no problem cleaning it. But if I fish my primary lake (225 acres in subdivision) it can be a chore. The lake is bordered by Cypress trees and has large stands of trees in some areas of the lake. While there are no lily pads, we do have a decent amount of duck weed around the lake.
After several hours of fishing, the first thing I have to do when finished fishing is clean the hull. It can't sit overnight for the next day of even hours as the yellow gum type stains from the cypress trees/duck weed will get into the plastic hull and in some cases cannot be removed. I usually have used several recommended items to clean the hull after each outing (Magic Eraser, bug and tar remover, etc.) and can usually get most of the yellow tar like accumulations off, but the bottom is slowly getting worse. If I can't keep it from collecting on the bottom, my goal is to keep the sides looking as well as I can.
Is there anything I can treat the hull with to keep this from happening? I have tried waxing the hull, RainX, spay on protectants, etc. and none are really effective.