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Pursuit S 328 Boat Review…

It used to be that an offshore center console boat was a winner if it could take on rough seas, move at a decent clip, and had enough rod, bait and fish storage. Now it must also offer a wealth of conveniences to make not just the fishing but also ...

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Pan-Roasted Cobia…

This hearty but simple dish combines the delicate flavor of cobia with brown butter and creamy sweet potato and maple syrup puree, and can be served with a variety of fall-time veggies — like Brussels sprouts or parsnips — for a perfect autumn meal. Don’t forget about these other mouth-watering ...

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The Big Blackfin Tuna Search…

Blackfin tuna compensate for their average football size with their vast numbers, but what about those elusive 20- to 30-plus-pounders?   Zones and Times Capt. Bouncer Smith’s depth window for blackfins off the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area is 90 to 180 feet. He seeks out a knot or two of north ...

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Sea Fox 288 Commander…

If you haven’t looked at a Sea Fox lately, the new 288 Commander is a great reason to take another peek. Designed from the keel upward to fish, perform and entertain a full crew of family and friends, it offers state of the art amenities like LED lighting, a side ...

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11 Great Offshore Teasers…

Offshore teasers are designed to attract big game to the boat, where anglers pitch-bait or tease them onto a flat-line bait. If the fish fades back, there’s a chance of it striking one of the baits staggered farther back, but that’s just one reason for setting up teasers to bring ...

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Coastal Creek Fishing Guide…

A cold wind howling from the open Gulf of Mexico made for a rough ride and disrupted the bait schools that redfish usually key in on in Barataria Bay, Louisiana, in the spring. Ken Chaumont ran his 19-foot bay skiff up a dark tidal creek, looking for calm water, and ...

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Guatemala's Offshore Fishing Paradise…

The fish — and the expletives — are flying. The 200-pound blue marlin vaults 4 feet into the air, performing what a gymnast might call a handspring front salto with a half-twist, before crashing back into the water only to leap again, its bill pointing east, then north, then east ...

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Fishing Etiquette on the Water…

Fishing etiquette is as important as having the right tides and tackle. Some rules are particular to particular areas, while others offer universal. This includes offshore, where you typically have miles of ocean without another boat in sight. But even offshore there are times when congestion occurs, like North Carolina’s ...

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