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Using Diamond Jigs for Black Sea Bass…

“Get ready, we’re almost there,” I said as I glanced over my shoulder at the small waves astern and reconfirmed with my chart plotter. Sean Callinan and I were drifting a conveyor belt of sorts, one of many in our home waters of eastern Long Island Sound, where an approaching ...

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Pick the Right Livewell for Your Boat…

Guides, tournament contestants and inshore anglers who depend on lively bait or must bring their catch alive to the weigh-in can’t afford to take chances. For them, modifying a boat’s livewell system to inject more oxygen is a must. But a better understanding of biology and a little customizing let ...

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Mako 414 CC Boat Review…

On a steady path to rekindling the widespread passion for the fabled shark-silhouette brand, Mako draws from its 50 years of boatbuilding expertise to meet the demands of offshore- angling devotees, which continue to grow along with the size of today’s center consoles. While a lot has changed since the ...

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Boston Whaler 230 Outrage…

Boxing fans give powerful heavyweights plenty of respect, but often thrill at the agility of fighters whose big performance erupts from smaller packages. Punching above one’s weight, it’s called, which is just how Boston Whaler describes its 230 ­Outrage. This smaller sibling of last year’s 330 Outrage likewise is comfortable ...

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Fishing in Grand Bahama Island…

Grand Bahama Island, just 60 miles from the Florida coast by boat, or a half hour flight from Fort Lauderdale or Miami, awaits with a wealth of angling opportunities. Whether you pilot your own course to West End, or fly conveniently into Freeport, the Bahamas’ fishing experience, in all its ...

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Where to Fish in April…

The Salt Water Sportsman editors list the best two locations to go in April for your favorite saltwater species, plus notes for each location about why the bite there is hot. First choice: EcuadorSecond choice: Costa Rica Waters off Manta and Salinas, Ecuador, still offer consistent action with blues in ...

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Pre-Trip Marine Electronics Check…

Checking on the function of your marine electronics ahead of time may help save a trip. I know. I’ve been there. Just a few weeks ago, I flipped on the main breaker that energizes my boat’s electronics, but got nothing. Neither the main multifunction display, engine displays, VHF radio, autopilot, ...

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World's 10 Toughest Inshore Game Fish…

When it comes to inshore game fish, we all have our regional favorites, but there are some target species extraordinary enough to make most anglers’ bucket list. Some make the cut because of their beauty, but most earn a spot on our dream team of inshore game by the degree ...

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Sailfish Boats 236 CC: 2017 Boat Buyers Guide…

Today, few boats use wood anywhere in their hulls, and everybody touts foam-filled construction and stainless-steel fittings. The trick is putting all those components together in a top-notch, ergonomically designed hull. That is Seminole Marine’s specialty, and they exhibit it in every Sailfish boat they build. No wonder safety and ...

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Furuno 4.01 Software Upgrade…

Furuno’s 4.01 software upgrade brings 20 enhancements to its NavNet TZtouch2 MFDs, including faster performance and new functions like CZone digital switching, radar echo trails, fuel-management data, and the NavNet Remote app for tablets and smartphones. In addition, the 4.01 update improves Furuno’s edge-swipe touchscreen system for accessing menus and ...

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