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Cobia 240 CC…

A real double-threat boat, this 24-footer boasts a 17-inch draft that enables anglers to venture into shallow bays, while the deep-V and 21.5-degree deadrise on the proven Cobia hull help it conquer a moderate chop and treat the skipper and crew to a comfortable run to and from their favorite ...

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World Cat 296DC…

On the heels of last year’s introduction of the 280CC-X comes the builder’s latest broadside, the 296DC, a smartly designed ­dual-console model with the features to serve as both a great family boat and well-equipped fishing platform. The 296DC is based on a ­cutting-edge twin-hull design introduced in 2015, but ...

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Recipe: Smoked Mackerel Fish Cakes…

This uncommon take on a common catch yields a rich and satisfying main course or appetizer. Any smoked mackerel lends itself to this treatment. King mackerel, both popular and readily available, makes a great candidate and a varietal presentation for this dish. 1. Mash cooked potatoes with grated garlic, butter, ...

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Fishing Costa Rica…

A serrated hickory branch. A radius bone wrapped in 20-grit sandpaper. Even with gloves on, the texture of the sailfish bill came through as if the polyester and rubber weren’t there. First mate Marco Solano allowed the anglers on Frenzy this opportunity, a rarity for most charter operations. No one ...

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Tarpon Fishing…

Spectacular jumps and fighting spirit have earned tarpon the moniker of the Silver King. So challenging as a game fish, anglers measure the success of tarpon fishing not by fish landed, but by the number of fish “jumped,” which they readily do at the sting of hook. Every spring when ...

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Fishing Mid-Atlantic Canyons…

Ancient rivers carved deep canyons into the abyssal plain 10,000 years ago, when Earth’s water was trapped in massive glaciers, leaving sea level 400 feet lower than it is today. Now those Ice Age river courses lie submerged as subaquatic canyons and seamounts. Where giant sloths and beavers once played, ...

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Winterizing a Boat…

Old Man Winter has made an earlier than expected appearance in the Mid-Atlantic and New England coastal zones, which means it’s time to start planning for the 2019 spring fishing season. But before the boat is stowed for a long winter’s nap, prepare your boat for winter storage to ensure ...

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Quick-Cast Fly Lines…

Whether fly fishing on the flats or offshore, there are many instances in which success depends largely on your ability to make a quick presentation. When that pod of big tarpon is closing fast, or a school of albies suddenly embarks on one of their short-lived frenzies off your bow, ...

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