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New Boats for 2018…

Versatility, speed, efficiency and comfort are the key design considerations in this year’s rollout of new fishing boats. Anglers have never had it so good when it comes to choosing a new boat that makes substantial compromise a thing of the past. Boston Whaler 210 Montauk The introduction of the ...

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Sesame Crusted Salmon Recipe…

This combination of textures and sweet and savory flavors results in a palatable meal with a touch of spice you can easily prepare in 45 minutes or less. Recipe Sauce1. Combine the honey and warm water in a bowl, add grated ginger, garlic and fish sauce, and let sit for ...

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Fly Fishing for Tripletail…

Tripletail roam the world’s subtropical and tropical waters, both offshore and inshore, usually relating to some sort of structure — floating or otherwise. Off U.S. coasts, they’re most abundant from Georgia through Texas, with Florida being the epicenter of tripletail fishing from late fall until spring. This past fall and ...

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Top 10 Baitfish Flies…

While flipping through a couple of wholesale fly company catalogs recently, it occurred to me that the number of saltwater patterns has skyrocketed in the last few years. I’ve been tying for over 40 years, but the increase in fly-tying innovation aided by new materials has greatly raised the bar. ...

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Top Tarpon Lures…

Tarpon are on the move and it won’t be long before the migration heads north along the Atlantic and west into the Gulf. Revered as one of the top inshore game fish, these trophies will take a variety of lures and flies. Here are the top tarpon lures to have ...

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Radar Overlays Offers Safer Navigation…

Many anglers head out early to reach distant grounds by daybreak, and sometimes dense fog closes in while they are out fishing. When visibility is limited a chart plotter and marine radar become valuable in safely guiding the way home. If you have both a chart plotter and radar networked ...

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How to Catch Live Bait…

If you prefer to fish live bait instead of lures, the choice is to buy it or catch it yourself. The cost of 100 shrimp is not prohibitive, but the prospect of forking over a $100 bill for handful of goggle-eyes might stretch the budget. That’s where cast nets, sabiki ...

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How to Net Fish…

Netting a fish is elementary in concept, providing the likes of small snapper, grunts and seatrout are the end game. However, netting challenges increase with the fish’s size, attitude and environment. For example, try netting a trophy cobia, snook or striped bass in a strong current, from an anchored boat. ...

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Trolling Motors and Pushpoles…

A number of inshore anglers who target tarpon, redfish, bonefish, permit or striped bass in shallow water would never dream of using anything but a push pole to propel their boats silently while they search for their quarry. Yet many of them probably never expected the advent of the whisper-quiet, ...

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Build a Leader Stretcher…

When using 60- to 100-pound bite tippets on casting or fly tackle for tarpon, rig the leaders and attach the lures or flies ahead of time. Placed in this stretcher for a day or two, with the hook in the bungee and the leader knot in the slot, they’ll lose ...

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