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Boat Test SeaVee 290B…

SeaVee Boats, a heralded Miami builder, again hits it out of the park with the new revamped version of its popular 29-foot center-console, an easy-to-trailer offshore and nearshore performer with an impressive list of standard features and a wide range of available options. Undoubtedly, the 290B has been designed to ...

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Fall Fishing for Gulf Coast Flounder…

On the south end of Sabine Lake, on the Texas-Louisiana border, the mouth of a bayou creates a conveyor for flounder where it empties into the lake. They ride the incoming tide into the bayou and feed on shrimp, mullet and shad. Then, as the tide turns and begins to ...

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Sailfish Boats…

Enjoy the freedom of true versatility with a fishing boat that exceeds expectations for anglers and families alike. For more than 30 years, Sailfish has thoughtfully designed, expertly engineered and masterfully crafted their premium lineup of fishing boats. Their boats have always been designed by anglers for anglers – equipped ...

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Anti-Fouling Bottom Paint…

Achieving optimum performance from your boat depends on several factors, including hull design, horsepower, propellers, weight and wetted surface area. Anything that adds more friction impacts speed, handling and fuel economy. That’s why keeping hulls that remain in the water for extended periods free of marine growth is so critical. ...

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East Coast Fall Mullet Run…

The morning was a washout. Nobody had caught any fish. I sat sipping coffee in the parking lot of a Jersey Wawa about noon when I got the call. “Get down to Seaside, man. Mullet are being destroyed,” said Charlie’s Bait and Tackle shop owner Pete Kupper. I hit the road. ...

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Rod Maintenance Tips…

When it comes to tackle care and maintenance, reels get the most attention and rightly so. Reels have more working parts and all must be functioning properly to maintain drag pressure and recover or pay out line during use. Rods, on the other hand, don’t require as much care, but ...

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Fly Fishing for Sharks in the Bahamas…

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Prep for a Boat Trip to the Bahamas…

Many products featured on this site were editorially chosen. Salt Water Sportsman may receive financial compensation for products purchased through this site. saltwatersportsman.com is part of the Bonnier Fishing Group, a division of Bonnier Corporation. Copyright © 2018 Salt Water Sportsman. A Bonnier Corporation Company. All rights reserved. Reproduction in ...

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Reef Fishing in the Bahamas…

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Fishing With Autopilot…

We had fished all day, and spirits were high. Tuna filled the fish lockers. But as the sun sank, dense fog swept across the water. Now it was dark and foggy, and we could not see beyond the bowsprit. Forty miles of ocean lay between us the closest port. Thankfully, ...

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