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Improve Your Casting…

Tailor Your Tackle Accurate casting begins with the proper tackle choices. The rod and reel must be tailored to the targeted ­species and the fishing situation for best ­performance. Opt for the smallest reels and lightest lines that will get the job done without stacking the odds steeply in the ...

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Fishing Surface Chuggers…

It was among the wildest aerial displays by a dolphin I’d ever seen: A totally green fish — hooked on a chugging plug that Carl Grassi pitched alongside a floating board — charged toward the boat, rocketed six feet into the air and cleared the entire cockpit. I cowered beneath ...

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Invincible Boats 42 Center Cabin: 2017 Boat Buyers Guide…

Invincible boats share a patented, ventilated stepped hull, designed by renowned naval architect Michael Peters; its air-fed tunnel boosts speed and smooths the ride, along the way producing the lowest drag coefficient possible. Featuring a molded stringer grid, the hull is built on plugs and molds precisely crafted with ­computer-directed ...

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Grady-White 236 Fisherman: 2017 Boat Buyers Guide…

When your boats are the most often reviewed in a survey like ours, you know you’ve launched a popular fleet. And when those surveyed place your brand among the top handful of aggregate scorers, they’re saying you’ve built some great boats. Grady-White has done both — again and for more ...

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Carolina Skiff Ultra 24: 2017 Boat Buyers Guide…

Carolina Skiff calls any of its more than 60 models and sizes “the most durable, versatile, stable and economical boat on the planet,” and those who have owned or experienced a Carolina Skiff echo that assessment. They cherish a boat they call rock solid, enjoyable and affordable. The fourth-most cited ...

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Pioneer Islander 222: 2017 Boat Buyers Guide…

Roy McSwain and Mike Holmes freely and proudly admit their company, Pioneer Boats, is not the industry’s biggest. But they’ve launched more than 3,000 hulls, standing behind each of them with customer service that fosters both pride and loyalty. Pioneer makes its boats with biaxial, quadaxial and iso-based resin/gelcoat systems, ...

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Catch Trophy Tautog…

Over the past two years, something happened to tautog along the mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts. They’ve gotten huge! Any tautog over the 10-pound mark is generally considered a lifetime fish. Yet during a blustery December day, Capt. Al Crudele, Sean Reilly and I were fishing for blackfish on Bayhound, anchored ...

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Panama Offshore Fishing Highlights…

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Gear Up for Marlin…

Fishing for marlin sits at the top of our sport in terms of challenge, excitement and satisfaction. Marlin fishing is a game of variables, and the more you can eliminate, the greater your chances for success, the more effective you’ll be and the greater the thrill in battling one of ...

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Topwaters in the Dry Tortugas…

The surface ruptured with a violence I wasn’t used to — not the staccato pop of a snook, but an explosion of something round and angry. My buddy’s huge popper vanished and his Stella 14000 — drag nearly locked — groaned as the fish surged to reach a patch reef ...

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