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Targeting Speckled Trout in Southeast Louisiana…

When anglers think about Louisiana fishing, most conjure images of game-fish-laden marshes, bays and backwater bayous so far off the grid that even the pelicans have a hard time finding some of them. But Lake Pontchartrain isn’t one of those remote spots. Encompassing 630 square miles, this brackish waterway is ...

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Top Shelf Marine's Battlewagon Bucket…

Replace your 5-gallon go-to bucket with the Battlewagon Bucket from Top Shelf Marine Products. The 12-strand rope handle provides a secure grip, even with wet or slimy hands. It’s attached to the exterior of the bucket for stacking and is easy to remove and transfer to a new bucket. The ...

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Storm 360GT Searchbait…

Discover 360 degrees of fishability with the Storm 360GT Searchbait. The big boot tail and supple PVC body combine to create the swimming action of a distressed baitfish, further enhanced by the natural flash that fish find irresistible. The soft body sports entrance and exit holes clearly marked for accurate ...

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Costa’s Sunrise Silver Mirror Lenses…

Maintain proper polarization in low light with Costa’s Sunrise Silver Mirror lenses. Designed to let in 30 percent of the available light while maintaining 97 percent polarization during dusk, dawn or cloudy days, they allow you to see properly without sacrificing eye protection. Available in several classic Costa frame styles, ...

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Humminbird’s Solix Series…

Humminbird’s Solix series features the largest displays — 12- and 15-inch touchscreens — in the brand’s history. These MFDs incorporate Mega Imaging sonar with ultra-high-frequency down- and side-scanning sonar for super-sharp returns, chirp sonar, AutoChart Live instant mapping and the Cross Touch interface for both touchscreen and keypad operation, plus ...

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Tips for Trolling Live Ballyhoo…

Freshly brined and skirted dead ballyhoo have been an offshore staple for decades. The classic blue/white Islander/ballyhoo combo has raised millions of blue and white marlin into the spread. But as Florida Keys skippers and mates know so well, a frisky live ballyhoo is equally effective for sailfish and dolphin. ...

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Pistachio-Crusted Triggerfish Recipe…

Gray triggerfish seldom grow large, and while their tough skin resists the fillet knife, the effort yields a tasty pair of fillets. The relatively small, thin fillets benefit from the pistachio coating in more than the complementary flavor: The crushed nuts also lend body and thickness to the fillet, easing ...

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Big-Game Fishing from the Chair…

Taking to the fighting chair with 80- and 130-pound tackle isn’t for the faint of heart. Experience, or lack thereof, greatly influences whether a fish is whipped quickly and efficiently, or the angler suffers through a long and agonizing struggle instead. Success in the chair starts well before you hop ...

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Wide View Multi-function Displays…

Today’s multifunction displays (MFDs) are technological marvels, but they’re not always easy to read from a side angle. Color, contrast and detail on some LCD screens start to dissipate once the viewing angle exceeds 120 degrees. Wearing polarized sunglasses tends to exacerbate the issue. New MFDs are changing all this. Technology ...

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Contender 39 FA Boat Review…

For over 30 years, wherever there’s been an offshore fishing tournament, you can bet Contender boats were on the scene. From the pro kingfish tours to the sailfish circuit, many of the top teams and captains wouldn’t dream of fishing aboard anything else. I’ve tested several models over the years, ...

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