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Avenger 24 Bay Boat Review…

Carolina Composites knows how to do an encore. Following the well-received launch of its Avenger 26 Bay, the builder has reintroduced the original Avenger hull with an all-new cap and deck layout, lower-freeboard sheer, offset transom and thoughtful standard features that make this 24-footer an extremely versatile model for the ...

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7 Best Flounder Lures…

Rig with 1/4- to 3/8-ounce jig head and slowly hop the lure across the bottom around dock pilings, jetties and oyster bars. Three-inch size in White Firetail or CAL Paddletail in Nite Glow/Fire Tail or Gold Glitter imitates small baitfish or shrimp.   Similar shape and action as the grubs, ...

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Smart Fishing Boat Upgrades…

There are many decisions to make before ordering a new boat or embarking on a makeover of your current ride. Besides choosing the boat model and suitable power, there’s storage, seating, livewells and various other features to think about. But don’t forget about perform­ance options. While they add to the ...

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Icom M605 VHF Transceiver…

Icom’s newest fixed-mount VHF transceiver, the M605, features a color display for optimal viewing under any lighting condition. A large 4.3-inch color TFT LCD display provides nearly 180-degree viewing along with high-resolution characters. The night mode screen provides comfortable operation in the dark. The M605 lets you set up the ...

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Catch Snook on Fly Anywhere…

One week last summer reminded me why it’s so great to be a fly angler in Florida, especially if you love snook. In the space of a few days, I caught linesiders in a mangrove-lined creek at sunup, on the beach at high noon, on an open grass flat in ...

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Tighten Loopholes on Billfish Laws…

It has been a long effort to try to conserve a group of fish that are some of the apex predators of the world’s oceans and the target of many sport anglers all along our coasts. They are the fishing dreams of many and the actual catches of a fortunate ...

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Keys to New Jersey Weakfish Success…

Capt. Dave DeGennaro clenched a fistful of grass shrimp in his hand, and in one motion, opened his palm and made an underhand throw, tossing a spray of grass shrimp into the waters of Barnegat Bay. The clear, green crustaceans flitted about, sinking into the water column, flowing back with ...

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The All New 350 Horsepower 4-stroke From Suzuki…

Over the course of our history in the marine industry, Suzuki has been recognized by the NMMA a total of 8 times for having the most innovative outboards. This recognition for innovation has been coupled with many firsts, including the first fuel injected 4-strokes in 1997, the first 250 horsepower ...

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Dual Strategies for Florida Dolphin this Season…

A line of sargassum stretched for about a half-mile, in 1,100 feet of royal-blue water off Islamorada in the Florida Keys. Capt. Shannon Attales and I had been running and gunning most of the morning, until this find. After looking for dolphin by cruising up and down the line to ...

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