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Fall Fishing for Redfish…

Right here.” My buddy’s words were laden with frustration and confusion. He gestured with his rod in one hand and his empty other hand to the flats surrounding us. “Right here. I’m telling you that for the last three months we’ve found reds right here, and now, nothing.” For several ...

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How to Snell a Hook…

A snelled hook is popular with marine anglers who want a strong, sure connection, particularly for tuna, billfish, grouper and hard-charging inshore locomotives like bull reds. Snelled hooks offer maximum strength, provide a straight pull through the hook shank and telegraph bites quickly up the line. Here’s how to snell ...

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Trolling for California Halibut…

As we troll the flats west of Berkeley in nearly wadable water, to our south the newly minted San Francisco- Oakland Bay Bridge glints in the morning sun, with the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to the north. Despite being in the center of a busy urban environment, the fishing is good. ...

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Boat Test Yamaha 210 FSH…

The Yamaha brand is synonymous with innovation, so fittingly it’s the first to roll out a 21-foot jet-drive center-console, the 210 FSH, designed and rigged to serve the needs of avid anglers and their families in a variety of inshore and offshore situations. For those unfamiliar, the Yamaha jet drive ...

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Boat Test SeaVee 290B…

SeaVee Boats, a heralded Miami builder, again hits it out of the park with the new revamped version of its popular 29-foot center-console, an easy-to-trailer offshore and nearshore performer with an impressive list of standard features and a wide range of available options. Undoubtedly, the 290B has been designed to ...

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Fall Fishing for Gulf Coast Flounder…

On the south end of Sabine Lake, on the Texas-Louisiana border, the mouth of a bayou creates a conveyor for flounder where it empties into the lake. They ride the incoming tide into the bayou and feed on shrimp, mullet and shad. Then, as the tide turns and begins to ...

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Sailfish Boats…

Enjoy the freedom of true versatility with a fishing boat that exceeds expectations for anglers and families alike. For more than 30 years, Sailfish has thoughtfully designed, expertly engineered and masterfully crafted their premium lineup of fishing boats. Their boats have always been designed by anglers for anglers – equipped ...

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Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint…

Achieving optimum performance from your boat depends on several factors, including hull design, horsepower, propellers, weight and wetted surface area. Anything that adds more friction impacts speed, handling and fuel economy. That’s why keeping hulls that remain in the water for extended periods free of marine growth is so critical. ...

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East Coast Fall Mullet Run…

The morning was a washout. Nobody had caught any fish. I sat sipping coffee in the parking lot of a Jersey Wawa about noon when I got the call. “Get down to Seaside, man. Mullet are being destroyed,” said Charlie’s Bait and Tackle shop owner Pete Kupper. I hit the road. ...

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Rod Maintenance Tips…

When it comes to tackle care and maintenance, reels get the most attention and rightly so. Reels have more working parts and all must be functioning properly to maintain drag pressure and recover or pay out line during use. Rods, on the other hand, don’t require as much care, but ...

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