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How to Tie the Albright Knot…

The Albright Knot represents a reliable fishing knot for joining lines of unequal diameter or material. It’s especially useful for attaching a heavier leader or single-strand wire to single and doubled main lines. When you’re done, watch more how-to videos on fishing knots. Source link

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How to Tie the Perfection Loop Knot…

A Perfection Loop is used to secure a loop in the end or a line, whether tied large for attaching a removable weight at the end of a line, or small, to attach a fly leader to form a loop-to-loop connection with a fly line. Once you’re ready to hit ...

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New Outboard Motors 2017…

The current trends in outboards are more torque, reduced weight, snazzier looks and easier operation. So if you’re in the market for a new ride or looking to repower your current boat, there’s no shortage of great choices. Yamaha introduces several new products, including the next generation of 75 and ...

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All About 3-D Sonar…

For years David Dunn has been fishing for grouper off North Carolina’s southern coast, but a new three-dimensional sonar system has given him fresh insight into the fish-holding structure in the waters he thought he knew well. Dunn, director of sales and marketing for Garmin Marine, started using the Panoptix ...

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FLIR M100 and M200 Thermal Cameras…

The M100 and M200, FLIR’s most compact pan-and-tilt marine thermal cameras, both feature FLIR’s Boson high-performance thermal core for superior video image quality. When combined with Raymarine’s Axiom multifunction display, these cameras offer the ClearCruise alert system with thermal analytics that visually and audibly warn you whenever a possible hazard ...

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Top 10 Trout Lures…

Want to increase your trout catch count when each day ends? Start by adding these dependable fishing lures to your arsenal.   Made of hard and soft plastic or wood, topwater plugs mimic mullet, needlefish and other forage fish. Worked with short twitches of the rod tip, “walk-the-dog” side-to-side movement ...

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Flounder Management Policies and Proposals…

Yet again, one of recreational anglers’ favorite targets is in fisheries management news. Unfortunately, it is on the bad news side of the equation. While there will always be natural swings in the populations of fish, a proposed reduction of 41 percent (at the time of writing this) for one ...

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Where to Fish in May…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors list the best two locations to go in April for your favorite saltwater species, plus notes for each location about why the bite there is hot. First choice: HawaiiSecond choice: Costa Rica The deep blue waters surrounding the Hawaiian islands hold more blue marlin this ...

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