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Fishing for Golden Tilefish

By Gary Caputi | Posted April 2013

You don’t need electric reels to catch some of the tastiest deep-water dwellers.

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Dan Neenan Interview - A Superstorm Sandy Survival Story

By Chris Caswell | Posted April 2013

Dan Neenan lost his Boston Whaler to Hurricane Sandy, but that’s not stopping this Long Beach Island, New Jersey-based boater from getting back out on the water.

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Sportfishing Tip

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted April 2013

If you’re not fishing a tournament with bait and hook-type restrictions, then why not try to mix it up with a blue marlin?

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Fishing for Early Striped Bass

By Gary Caputi | Posted February 2013

Invite early striped bass to the raw bar to start your angling season off right.

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Catch a Sailfish from Your Boat

By Gary Caputi | Posted January 2013

Ever wonder if you could catch a sailfish from your boat? Check out our one-page billfishing gameplan.

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Si-Tex SVS-750 Digital Echosounder

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted January 2013

The Si-Tex SVS-750 is a dual-frequency digital echosounder with 600-watt output.

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Spencer 57 IPS

By Kevin Koenig | Posted December 2012

Power & Motoryacht's first impression of the Spencer 57 IPS sportfishing yacht.

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Fishing for Redfish in the Texas Coastal Bend

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted July 2012

Bring your yacht to the Texas Coastal Bend and find great sport targeting redfish in the bays and passes.

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Massachusetts and NOAA Pay Anglers Not to Fish

By Brad Dunn | Posted May 2012

Massachusetts, in partnership with NOAA Fisheries, made an offer to pay 700 saltwater anglers $500 each to give up their fishing licenses for the year. The program is part of a...

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An Interview with Post Marine's John Patnovic

By Kevin Koenig | Posted April 2012

An Interview with John Patnovic, the man with the plan to resurrect Post Marine.

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One Way to Become a Successful Fishing Charter Captain

By Jon Duffie | Posted March 2012

A well-known charter captain reveals the secrets of his success.

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Proof that flying fish come in all shapes and sizes.

By Patrick Ford | Posted March 2012

Some Jumps Have No Joy...

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Fishing the White Marlin Open

By Kevin Koenig | Posted March 2012

Fishing the White Marlin Open isn’t the only way to have fun in Ocean City, Maryland.

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CHIRP Transducers Are Revolutionizing the Fishfinder Industry

By Tim Bartlett | Posted March 2012

CHIRP transducers meet their match in sounder electronics, and the view below comes into sharp focus.

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Gamefisherman builds a megayacht

By Alyssa Haak | Posted March 2012

A builder of custom sportfishermen tries its hand at a mothership.

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Fishing for world-class black marlin in Austrailia

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted March 2012

An angler goes Down Under in search of a record grander.

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XM WX Satellite Weather from Baron Services

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted March 2012

XM WX Satellite Weather derives data for the images from multiple sources to ensure good resolution.

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SST View from Terrafin Software

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted March 2012

Terrafin’s Web-based software service gives you Sea-surface temperature (SST) data for your cruising range and beyond at an affordable price.

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Cheeky Fly Fishing Mojo 425 Reel

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted March 2012

Form follows function in this work of American art.

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Roffer’s Ocean Fishing Forecasting Service

By Alyssa Haak | Posted March 2012

Good data is key for anglers who want to capitalize on fishing conditions...

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Marina Pez Vela, Costa Rica

By Kevin Koenig | Posted December 2011

Off Costa Rica’s Marina Pez Vela, an Indo-Pacific sailfish puts the “trip” in fishing trip.

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Teachable Moments

By Peter Frederiksen | Posted November 2011

Bad weather’s no match for the young at heart. It wasn’t ideal boating weather, with a steady ENE breeze and summer rain.

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The Brett Taylor Bailey Mako Rodeo

By Kevin Koenig | Posted September 2011

Mountains to the Sea: Ten Years After 9/11, The BTB Mako Rodeo Keeps Alive The Memory Of One Victim.

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Distant Shores

By Jason Y. Wood | Posted September 2011

“It’s only an island if you look at it from the water.” —Chief Martin Brody, JawsThere’s something to be said for surrounding yourself with water for as far as the eye can see....

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Electric Purple

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted June 2011

Lightning is not my friend. Sure, cloud-to-cloud bolts can be a spectacle to behold; they’re like a Fourth of July display but without the cleanup afterwards...

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Lobsterboat Races of the Maine Coast

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted May 2011

At first Travis Otis, a rough-and-ready lobsterman and boatbuilder from Searsport, Maine, seems like a reasonable sort of guy. Engage him in a stint of friendly conversation, and...

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