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Southport 292 TE: 2018 Boat Buyers Guide…

Founded in North Carolina in 2003 and moved to Maine eight years later, Southport continues to explore the potential of its original seaworthy hull, a shared dream realized by experienced boatbuilders, passionate fishermen, offshore racers and legendary boat designer C. Raymond Hunt Associates. That hull was designed specifically to capitalize ...

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Sea Chaser 27 HFC: 2018 Boat Buyers Guide…

Carolina Skiff calls its boats “the most durable, versatile, stable and economical” on the planet. Patented box-beam construction produces a solid, durable, nonflexing and wood-free hull. Foam flotation exceeds U.S. Coast Guard requirements. Carolina Skiff boasts three brands: its namesake; Fun Chaser fishing and cruising deck boats; and Sea Chaser ...

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Boston Whaler 240 Dauntless Pro: 2018 Boat Buyers Guide…

One of our most reviewed — and arguably one of fishing’s best-known and most-recognized — nameplates, Boston Whaler prides itself on bringing to market “the safest, easiest to own, most exciting boats on the water.” It’s been doing that for almost 60 years, developing what it embraces as the “Unsinkable ...

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Fly-Fishing Line Management Tactics…

All fly anglers inevitably contend with fly-line management issues. Chances are, even the best of fly rodders will miss a shot at a fish, if the line lays tangled on the deck or is looped around an unsuspecting snag when he or she begins false casting. Novice and expert anglers ...

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Insane Trophy Redfish Action off Louisiana…

SWS Senior Editor Alex Suescun recently traveled to Southeast Louisiana to take part in the Buras Marsh Media Bash out of Cajun Fishing Adventures Lodge. The annual event pairs members of the media with local fishing guides and top manufacturers of fishing tackle and apparel to field test some of ...

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Top New Fishing Boats of 2017…

As 2017 comes to a close, Salt Water Sportsman editors review the top new fishing boats (in alphabetical order) featured this year to give you the opportunity to compare the different designs, top features and virtues. It’s also good context as 2018 begins — and a new crop of boats ...

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How to Keep a Fish Alive — 10 Tips for Releasing Your Catch…

From billfish to bonefish, stripers to snook, anglers release fish in record numbers. Part of this trend can be attributed to the growing conservation ethic, but regulations–bag and size limits, closed seasons—contribute factors as well. Regardless of altruism or compliance, the survival rate of freed game fish depends on proper ...

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10 Cool Marine Electronics Gift Ideas…

What do you get the boating angler who has everything? Well, we’d like to challenge the notion that they have “everything,” because they don’t have everything on this list. Here are 10 valuable marine electronics and accessory items that can make great holiday gifts for your boating and fishing friend. ...

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Texas Speckled Trout — Pros' Guide to Success…

The best and most winning trout fishermen along the Gulf Coast have one thing in common: they fish structure. Reefs, wrecks and rocks, all magnets for baitfish, draw speckled trout from May through November. Capt. Jerry Norris has been fishing Sabine Lake on the Texas-Louisiana border for more than 40 ...

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Striped Bass Fishing Hot in New York…

New York’s striped bass fishery, often overlooked by outsiders, enjoys a singular distinction: Sitting smack-dab in the middle of the annual migration, it’s ground zero for stripers. In April and May, Jamaica Bay is awesome. “Jamaica Bay is fishy, man,” notes Capt. Danny Reich. “All sorts of bait, structure, flats.” ...

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