ALLENTON — At the top of All Out Marine’s
website, it says “Going ALL OUT for our
to know their dog’s name,” said Jeff Katzer,
sales and service manager for All Marine
business, 6638 Nickel Lane, Allenton, will
specialize in boat sales and repair, but
also fishing equipment.
trying to get back to family,” Katzer said.
“Everything is so commercialized. We’re
trying to go back a couple of steps and be a
business is co-owned by Jack and Tracey
Kuglitsch, who also own Hubertus Car Care in
Hubertus. They’ve owned that business for 15
wanted to do something a little different,”
and Katzer have been friends for more than
20 years. They are avid hunters and
fishermen and love the outdoors.
years ago, Katzer moved to North Dakota and
was a full-time fishing guide. He was also a
successful boat salesman.
three years ago, Katzer moved back to
Wisconsin. One day, he and Jack were talking
and the next thing they knew they had an
idea to open a marine shop. They wanted to
give customers an experience at a store.
want to pass on more of a family excitement,
hype atmosphere when getting a boat,” Tracey
Katzer and Jack also came up with was a
desire to have the best showroom possible.
built what we believe is the largest Nitro
and Tracker dealership in Wisconsin,” Katzer
said. “I have over 10,000 square feet of
day is a boat show. We have over 20 rigs on
the showroom floor.”
said a showroom of that size is important.
bigger showroom, more to look at, is the
biggest difference (compared to other
similar businesses),” she said. “It’s nice
to see what you’re getting.”
added he and Jack are a perfect match for
anglers. Between them, Katzer estimated they
have about 50 years of experience fishing
walleye and bass.
knowledge of fishing is going to be more
than the average boat dealer,” he said.
also know how to set up a boat for the
person that goes out on a weekend to
tournament anglers,” Katzer added. “I know
what boat will work best.”
question when you walk into the store? No
problem. Katzer said he and the staff will
welcome customers with a smile and an
attentive ear to address any and all
concerns. At the same, they’ll likely offer
you something to drink, such as a soda.
best thing you can have is the smile on
their face when they hook up the boat (to
the vehicle),” Katzer said. “That’s what I
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, All Out Marine
will host an open house. The hours are 10
a.m.-6 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday
and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.
Throughout the weekend, customers can sign
up for several raffle prizes.
the prizes are fishing guide trips with
resort stays, a kayak package and rod and
Saturday, professional angler Shawn Kahut,
along with Marc Jackson from Wacky Walleye
Guide Service in Door County, will be
1-2 p.m. Sunday, Hall of Fame professional
angler and the owner of Wacky Walleye Guide
Service, Capt. Dale Stroschein, who is also
with the U.S. Coast Guard, will give a free
(customers) to come back and ask questions,”
Katzer said, adding he wants customers to
call him on his cellphone if they have a
question while on their boat.
how I remember people being treated,” he