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How to Insure Your Boat…

The long hours of research and shopping for a boat are behind you. You made your pick, signed on the dotted line, and that brand-new boat of your dreams will be ready for delivery next week. What’s next? Insuring your new investment would be a prudent move. With that in ...

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Maximizing Tournament Success…

South Florida’s sailfish tournament circuit represents one of the world’s most equipment-intensive, information-driven and competitive-angling disciplines. And few people are more capable at it than Capt. Jon Cooper of Contender Boats’ C1 factory team, which this year campaigned the new Contender 44 ST. This big center-console fishing machine features state-of-the-art ...

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New Fishing Boats for 2019…

The new crop of fishing boats runs the gamut. The common theme seems to be the melding of features for both dedicated fishing and family weekend fun, with integration of purpose and versatility prevailing in these modern, angler-friendly designs. Designed for comfort and efficiency in cruising, family time and casual ...

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Recipe: Grilled Grouper…

Renowned for its rich flavor and exquisite texture, grouper also has the ideal density to grill to perfection without getting dry. The potatoes on a zesty lemon-dill vinaigrette offer a nice contrast to the tender and slightly bitter wilted greens, while the fried capers add a touch of crispiness to ...

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Where to Fish in May…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors list the best two locations to go in May for your favorite saltwater species, plus notes for each location about why the bite there is hot. First choice: MexicoSecond choice: Hawaii An influx of blues muscle in on the striped marlin’s usual hunting grounds along ...

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Side-Scan Sonar Tips…

Side-scanning technology, in its basic form, shows the bottom and water column off both sides of a vessel at programmable distances or, if desired, strictly off its port or starboard side. It also provides imaging from directly beneath a vessel. This technology continues to evolve, with enhancements like 3D imagery ...

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Northern California Halibut Fishing Tips…

Everything is just right. Set up with four weighted lines rigged with live bait, I follow the edge of an outgoing tide using a stop-and-go method known as motor mooching. The audible whoosh from surfacing humpback whales as they form a feeding circle catches our attention. To our east the ...

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Fishability Test: Grady-White Canyon 456…

During a 60-mile run for a day of swordfishing off Morehead City, North Carolina, the ­45-footer showed its mettle. The deepwater gladiators failed to cooperate; nevertheless, the Canyon proved the perfect platform for any offshore hunt. Boasting a 14-foot beam, it offers a roomy ­cockpit with port- and starboard-side doors ...

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Boat Camping Tips…

Staying overnight in remote fishing spots is an appealing prospect for adventurous anglers. Spoil islands in the Intracoastal Waterway, barrier islands in the Gulf and Florida’s Everglades National Park are popular primitive camping destinations by boat. Here are some factors to consider when planning for your own expedition to unpopulated ...

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Striped Bass Fishing…

Striped bass (Morone saxatilis) are one of the most sought after gamefish in the United States. Silver and white with distinctive black stripes, they grow to impressive size, hit a variety of natural and artificial baits, and prove hard fighting adversaries. For some enthusiasts, striped bass fishing dons the mantle ...

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