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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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Turn Ballyhoo Bait into Flying Fish for Dolphin…

Capt. Shannon Attales is passionate about his dolphin fishing. Skippering Warbird from Bud n’ Mary’s Marina in Islamorada, his A-game remains in full play, whether he’s running and gunning or trolling. And when he settles into dragging baits, he believes his edge over the competition comes from a spread of ...

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Where to Fish in July…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors give you the top two locations to go in July for your favorite saltwater species, plus guidance regarding why the bite there is hot and why you should plan your next fishing trip accordingly. First choice: Costa RicaSecond choice: Australia The FADs off Costa Rica’s ...

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Federal Red Snapper Season Reopens in Gulf…

Red snapper season will reopen for private recreational anglers in Gulf of Mexico federal waters out to 200 miles beginning Friday, June 16, following a revision of the 2017 season by the Department of Commerce and five Gulf Sates. Fishing will be allowed every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, including Monday ...

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Improved Accountability in Fishing Conservation…

It has been approximately 10 years since the National Academy of Sciences declared that the NOAA Fisheries data-collection system had some serious problems. To those of us who had looked at the output from those ­data-collection efforts, it was no surprise that the Marine Recreational Fisheries Statistics Survey (MRFSS) was ...

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Hurricane Preparedness Tips for Boat Owners…

With the official Atlantic hurricane season running from June 1 until November 30, saltwater anglers are forced to keep an eye on the weather for six long months. Strong hurricanes can wreak havoc on coastal communities and even weaker tropical storms can cause serious damage and flooding. With a little ...

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