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Improved Stand-Up Fishing Tackle…

Big game pioneers Zane Grey and Ernest Hemingway wouldn’t have thought about going offshore to challenge marlin, tuna and swordfish without fighting chairs, rudimentary as they were. But then again, they were using rods as big as broomsticks, heavy linen line and reels the size of small industrial winches. They ...

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Montauk Fishing Top to Bottom…

Marco DeStefano tightened his line, lifted his rod and set the hook. “I had a good feeling about this spot,” he said as a 7-pound fluke hit the deck. We started the morning looking for big summer flatties in 90-foot depths at the Cartwright Grounds southeast of Montauk Point, which ...

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Required Documents to Fish in Mexico Waters…

Mexico offers many excellent fishing alternatives, inshore, nearshore and offshore, just south of the U.S. border. Mexican law requires anglers aboard privately owned boats to carry four documents when crossing the border by water to fish within 12 miles of Mexico’s coast, even if the boat doesn’t make landfall in ...

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New Marine Electronics of 2018…

When I step aboard a fishing boat, one of the first things I do is check out the electronics. A helm filled with a modern array of marine electronics tells you a lot about the boat and its owner. You might not own a high-powered offshore fishing boat glowing with ...

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Sailfish Season Never Sleeps on the East Coast…

You can just about fish for sailfish year-round. And that’s even without leaving the East Coast. Kick off the yearlong pursuit in the Carolinas in the summer. As fall comes on, move down the Eastern Seaboard and, in November, hit the central Florida coast, where sailfish season runs through the ...

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NorthCoast 24 CC Boat Review…

When you think about center consoles, the name NorthCoast might not pop into your head, but you should get to know it. This Northeast boatbuilder’s latest offering, a beamy, midrange center console, handles big water with confidence and surprising performance. I met Gregg Weatherby, NorthCoast’s director of sales and marketing ...

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Fish Shallow Water Like A Pro…

Eliminating unproductive water, predicting your quarry’s movements, and a stealthy approach and presentation are essential to skinny-water fishing. These golden rules will put you on the fast track to success.   Know Your Target Species Learn the fish’s preferred water temperature range, as well as its high and low tolerance ...

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Grady-White Canyon 306 Boat Review…

Grady-White doesn’t just give its boats a face-lift to keep up, but rather sees revamping as an opportunity for upgrading and refining. Case in point: the Canyon 306, a popular 30-footer that now dons enhancements sure to appeal to those who place a higher value on versatility, comfort and convenience. ...

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Mexico's Rockfish Fishing Craze…

Cruising southward along Baja’s coastline, we found ourselves at one of Capt. Barry Brightenburg’s favorite spots. All three anglers on board dropped baits, then one, two, three, everyone hooked up the instant the baits reached bottom, and we all cranked up a 6-pound bocaccio, a 10-pound lingcod, and a 5-pound ...

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