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Riviera 72 Sports Motor Yacht Reviewed…

The design philosophy behind the Riviera 72 Sports Motor Yacht is simple, if a touch unorthodox for the Australian boatbuilder. The company wanted to produce a motoryacht that could compete on luxury with its perennially sexy European competitors while still retaining Riviera’s rugged DNA. The result, as I found out during ...

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Classic Plastic…

Pictured above: Photo by Mike Azevedo In an age where fluid dynamic simulations, 3D printers and space-age polymers are all used in designing new lures, we tend to forget about where some of our favorite “new” lures got their start. Some surfcaster favorites like the Daiwa Salt Pro Minnow, Shimano ...

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Viking Yachts' Revolutionary New Sport-Fish and Motoryacht M…

The Viking Yacht Company is not in the business of doing anything second-rate. There is no compromising on quality. Period. So, when Viking decided to re-enter the motoryacht segment, not only would it be chasing the big competitors, it also would be playing catch-up on 17 years of motoryacht innovations ...

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Fairline’s Targa 43 Open is All That…

Knife-shaped hullside glass stretches from just below the bow to just abaft amidships, blending with a straight-edge sheer line and a raked hardtop that looks like the wind has blown it back. Together, these design elements create the Fairline Targa 43 Open’s sporty profile. The express cruiser’s look comes from ...

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Logical Loops…

Right about now, Ol’ Man Winter has given most flyrodders a case of the blahs. To find relief from February’s doldrums, we head to the basement workshop to tie flies, clean tackle, listen to Jimmy Buffet tunes, and get ready for the first warm blush of spring. Making new loops ...

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Squarebill Crankbaits : A Beginner’s Guide…

Since Kevin VanDam won the 2011 Bassmaster Classic in New Orleans, the popularity of squarebill crankbaits has been on the rise. If you’ve never really used one, it might seem like a very targeted approach with their limited depth and potentially limited applications. For me, that hasn’t been the case at all. ...

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OTW’s Most Popular Instagram Posts of 2018…

Below are the 10 most popular photos posted to the On The Water Instagram account in 2018. Thanks to all of our followers who tagged us (#onthewatermagazine) and messaged us with great fishing photography throughout the year. A new fishing season starts in just a couple weeks, and we can’t ...

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Make Georgia's Golden Isles Your Next Destination…

They were more than 400 feet long and christened without names on their bows, so enemy forces in the Atlantic and Pacific wouldn’t know what cargo they carried. During World War II, some 16,000 craftsmen in Brunswick, Georgia, turned out 99 of the Liberty Ships, at one point launching four ...

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Cobia 240 CC…

A real double-threat boat, this 24-footer boasts a 17-inch draft that enables anglers to venture into shallow bays, while the deep-V and 21.5-degree deadrise on the proven Cobia hull help it conquer a moderate chop and treat the skipper and crew to a comfortable run to and from their favorite ...

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Sand Eels And Sauries…

Pictured above: Captain Bobby Rice with a summer bluefin jigged up around big schools of sand eels. As the sun rose over Stellwagen Bank, dozens (if not hundreds) of bluefin rose with it. Everywhere I looked, tuna vaulted out of the water, seeming almost gleeful as they sucked in mouthfuls ...

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