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Chum Up More Fly-Fishing Targets…

Saltwater fly fishing sometimes calls for additional efforts to draw fish into casting range — from surrounding waters or up from the depths — and sometimes also make them hungry or excited enough to eagerly take a fly. That’s where chumming comes in. Chumming is done in many ways and ...

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12 Top Fishing Skills…

Successful fishing comprises literally thousands of individual bits of knowledge, some gained through experience, some through study, and plenty from passed-along information. It’s safe to say no one knows it all, and what’s second nature to one angler may be an epiphany for another. While all of us are eager ...

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New Boats From the 2019 Miami Boat Show…

Over 1,300 boats are on display at the 2019 Miami International Boat Show. Many of them are packed full of the latest technology in electronics and engines to help anglers maximize their time on the water. Whether you’re a hardcore fisherman or looking to do some light fishing while out ...

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Miami Marine Electronics Preview…

If you want to see this year’s newest marine electronics in person, there’s no better place than the 2019 Miami International Boat Show (Feb. 14-18). The latest technology on display at this huge exhibition will amaze you. Here are some examples of what you’ll find at Miami this year. What’s ...

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New Marine Electronics 2019…

Siren Marine’s MTC II, the company’s latest boat monitoring, tracking and control system, ­features enhanced functions and built-in NMEA 2000 ­integration to keep tabs on local weather and wind ­data, critical engine data, tank levels and more. Like its predecessor, the MTC, the MTC II works with a wide network ...

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How to Fish Structure…

From snook to stripers and tripletail to tautog, many predators share some habits, first and foremost being the tendency to find just the right place to wait in ambush. That usually involves structure, and in the case of inshore game fish, structure means rocks, shoals, sod banks, pilings, bridge abutments, ...

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How to Rig Fishing Kites…

Fishing kites can’t seem to shake that South Florida live-bait-sailfish-tactic stereotype. Yet they’ll catch a wide variety of coastal and offshore game fish in a number of locales. Aside from sails, we’ve taken blue and white marlin, yellowfin and blackfin tuna, little tunny, dolphin, wahoo, sharks, cobia, Spanish and cero ...

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Fishability Test: Scout 235 XSF…

The result is the 235 XSF, a boat that makes a great ­impression at the dock and on the ­water, ­loaded with features we’ve come to ­expect on larger craft. Scout’s typical innovation and ­attention to detail are evident on the 235 XSF, which was built on the ­fuel-efficient NuV3 hull ...

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Fishability Test: Invincible 37 Catamaran…

The new 37 shares key traits with the 40-foot model that made a big splash in 2017, such as ­superb handling, seakeeping and fuel efficiency. The layout is also similar. For ­starters, the deck is level, which makes following a hooked fish around the boat easier and safer. However, the ...

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Recipe: Roasted Pompano…

Pompano, familiar quarry of surf fishermen and anglers scouring the grass flats and passes or inlets of the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic coasts, provides unmatched quality, delicacy and flavor on the table. Larger specimens are preferred for this simple preparation, but it also works well with smaller fish, ...

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