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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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Where to Fish in June…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors list the best two locations to go in June for your favorite saltwater species, plus notes for each location about why the bite there is hot. First choice: AustraliaSecond choice: Ecuador The amazing run of blue marlin discovered a few years ago off Gold Coast, ...

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Make Your Boat More Comfortable…

Pick any coast, it doesn’t matter. From Catalina to the Gulf rigs or Middle Grounds, to the Bahamas, Cuba or the mid-Atlantic canyons, with settled summer weather and long days, the horizon beckons. Optimizing your boat for comfort should be the first step in prepping for an extended trip. Two ...

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Making More Room for Electronics on Your Boat…

Recently, I wanted to add another marine electronics display, a super-sensitive sea-surface-temperature gauge, to my helm station. But there was a problem: I had no space left. Just about every square inch was occupied by a display, gauge, or switch panel. The solution dawned on me when I glanced upward ...

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World Cat 280CC-X Boat Review…

World Cat dedicated more than two years to designing and fine-tuning its new flagship, the 280CC-X, the first X design in its lineup of power catamarans. The payoff was a head turner of a center console that, along with dazzling looks, offers the latest in marine technology, a wealth of ...

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