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Looking for Areas, Not Patterns

  Looking for Areas, Not Patterns, Can Be Important in Summer River Fishing Yamaha Pro Ish Monroe Believes Current and Habitat Both Position Bass   When Yamaha Pro Ish Monroe won the Bassmaster® Elite tournament on the upper Mississippi River this past June by fishing his favorite floating frog lure over shallow vegetation, the victory validated two of his primary beliefs about river fishing. First, bass in rivers nearly always concentrate in specific areas more than they do in lakes; and secondly, water movement and habitat put … [Read More...]

Cattle Drive, Brawny and Plentiful, Bull Red Drum

  Cattle Drive Brawny and Plentiful, Bull Red Drum Offer a Thrilling Challenge By Capt. Gus Cane   From North Carolina’s Neuse River and Outer Banks to Florida’s Indian River Lagoon and passes all across the central Gulf of Mexico, late summer and autumn are the prime times for inshore “cowboys” to hitch up their rides and set off for the annual bull round-up. By bulls, we mean the coppery/bronze variety with spots on their tails, broad shoulders and snorting-in-the-chute attitudes. Sciaenops ocellatus or red drum grow to … [Read More...]

Yamaha Donates Outboards to NOAA Protected Resource Division

  Yamaha Donates Outboards to NOAA Protected Resource Division while Encouraging Advocacy to protect California Coastal Marine Life and Conserve Marine Fisheries   Yamaha donated five F40 four-stroke outboards to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric (NOAA®) National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) Protected Resource Division (PRD), which is the most recent initiative in a long-term effort by Yamaha to protect marine life and encourage conservation on the California Coast. The outboards will be installed on five West Coast stranding and … [Read More...]

Malin’s Multi-Purpose Wire Offers Outdoorsmen a Helping Hand

Malin’s Multi-Purpose Wire Offers Outdoorsmen a Helping Hand By Capt. Ted Lund   Boaters, anglers, hunters and outdoorsmen looking for a helping hand need look no further than a new product — Multi-Purpose Wire — from Malin. "It's like duct tape in a wire form," says television personality, avid outdoorsmen, and Malin pro-Mark Davis. "This new product is so versatile and has so many uses, it's amazing." Malin offers its 80-pound Multi-Purpose Wire in a 364-foot, continuous shot housed in a high-visibility yellow, plastic … [Read More...]

Manhattan Cup Reborn

  Manhattan Cup Reborn Yamaha Marine helps a legendary charity striped bass tournament return to prominence   Morning of Friday, June 8, 2018, dawned crystal clear, with New York City’s skyscrapers just across the Hudson River providing a beautiful and inspiring view. On the docks at Liberty Landing Marina, the Manhattan Cup experienced a rebirth after a three-year hiatus. Capt. Frank Crescitelli and his volunteers were once again called upon to lead the tournament, raising money and awareness for fisheries and conservation … [Read More...]

10+ Hurricane Season Dos and Don’ts for Boats

    10+ Hurricane Season Dos and Don'ts for Boats It’s hurricane season. While summer is synonymous with water sports, it also means we are at risk for hurricanes and tropical storms. What can you do to prepare your boat for a hurricane emergency? After analyzing insurance claims for more than 20 years, the BoatU.S. Foundation compiled a comprehensive list of the best, and worst, ways to prep your boat for a hurricane. We’ll start with the worst. Don’ts Avoid marinas with floating docks and shorter pilings. Shorter pilings are … [Read More...]

Carolina Skiff Announces Winners of its July Photo Contest

  Carolina Skiff Announces Winners of its July Photo Contest   To accompany the launch of its new Instagram page @carolinaskiffllc, Carolina Skiff, LLC.® surprised fans with a July Photo Contest – inviting anglers and boaters to submit photos of themselves, family and friends with a Carolina Skiff®, Sea Chaser® or Fun Chaser® boat. After careful review and consideration, the company announced its three winners, who are slated to receive some free Carolina Skiff … [Read More...]

Grouper Diggin’

  Grouper Diggin’ By Capt. Gus Cane   Grouper are one of the tastiest fish in the ocean, and as an added bonus for anglers, they pull as hard as a John Deere tractor. They are not too difficult to find and can be caught on a variety of baits and lures. What’s not to love? Grouper are bottom-dwellers that frequent structure or relief where they lie in wait to wolf down a passing meal. Rock piles, wrecks and artificial reefs, ledges and even cracks in the ocean floor will hold these scrappy game fish. Grouper will move around … [Read More...]

Airborne Wireless Network’s Message to Stockholders

  Airborne Wireless Network’s Message to Stockholders By Amy Lignor (OTCQB: ABWN) When it comes to new technology that will greatly and positively affect the world’s ability to connect with one another, Airborne Wireless Network is the company people are talking about. The future for Airborne Wireless is a good one. Being at an early stage in the company’s development, their core business strategy is to develop, market and license a high-speed, meshed broadband network by linking aircraft in flight. The “Infinitus Super Highway” will … [Read More...]

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Travel

Where to Wrangle the Walleye in Minnesota

  Where to Wrangle the Walleye in Minnesota By Amy Lignor The infamous Walleye was designated by Minnesota to be their official state fish back in 1965 and can be found thriving throughout Minnesota’s lakes and rivers. For those anglers who want nothing more than to see the eyes of these particular prey as they are pulled into a boat at the end of their own personal line, it is important to know that teaming up with the perfect … [Read More...]

How Can You Get More Boat for Less Money?

  How Can You Get More Boat for Less Money?   There is no better way to spend quality time than aboard a boat. Whether enjoying a secluded cove, socializing in a marina, or tying up alongside a waterfront restaurant, getting out on a boat takes you away from your everyday worries. Extended cruising is even more enjoyable. Exploring areas that can only be reached by boat, far from traffic and noise, is an adventure. Even … [Read More...]

The Aspen 10,000 Mile Tour is born!

  The Aspen 10,000 Mile Tour is born!   An adventurous owner takes delivery of a 40’ Aspen C120 power catamaran in Seattle and decides to cruise the new boat all the way from Seattle, WA to Annapolis, MD.   Knot Wafflen’ embarks on an enterprising cruise of over 10,000 miles. This trip will be the longest water delivery in history for a 40’ power cat! David and Sue Ellen Jenkins the proud owners of a brand new … [Read More...]

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Sports

CFP Championship Game Pits Upstart Coach Against Wily Veteran

  CFP Championship Game Pits Upstart Coach Against Wily Veteran By Burt Carey Clemson Tigers head football coach Dabo Swinney cut his teeth on the collegiate game in Alabama, playing wide receiver for the Crimson Tide during its 1992 national championship season. He even coached at Alabama as an assistant. Now Swinney faces not only his alma mater but a wily head coach in Nick Saban, who’s led three Crimson Tide teams to national … [Read More...]

The Regular Season Finale of the NFL Held Surprises

  The Regular Season Finale of the NFL Held Surprises by Amy Lignor   There were few games left to play in the regular season that held massive power. The Minnesota Vikings versus the Green Bay Packers for the division title was one. The other came from the snow-filled skies of Buffalo where the Jets had a chance to see the post-season after a very long time of being shut out. Most other games were played to be granted a bye or, … [Read More...]

Cal’s Jared Goff Breaks Pac-12 Passing, TD Records

  Cal’s Jared Goff Breaks Pac-12 Passing, TD Records By Burt Carey Quarterback Jared Goff threw for six touchdowns and 467 yards to lead the California Bears past Air Force 55-36 in the Armed Forces Bowl Tuesday at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. What a way for a college quarterback to punch his ticket into the NFL, if that’s what the junior signal caller chooses to do. You can bet there were plenty of NFL scouts … [Read More...]

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Fishing

MITCHELL 300: The Next Generation

French engineer Maurice Jacquemin set out to design a fishing reel that could cast longer and recover line without tangling. That was a tall order back in the late ‘30s early ‘40s, when spinning reels as they are known today didn’t even exist. Jacquemin spent two years developing the unique invention to meet his high expectations. He succeeded in designing what would become the world’s first spinning reel the MITCHELL, which later became known … [Read More...]

Gallatin River Fishing Report – Sat, Sep 28th

  Fishing has been very good on the Gallatin the last couple of days. White and yellow streamers were killing it in the valley this morning. Nymphing has been very productive with stonefly, mayfly and sculpin patterns. There was some good dry fly fishing with baetis up around Big Sky yesterday with fish eating bwo emerger, dun and cripple patterns. Posted by Charlie on Sep 28, 2013 | Gallatin River Fly Recommendations White … [Read More...]

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Lifestyle

Airborne Wireless Network’s Message to Stockholders

  Airborne Wireless Network’s Message to Stockholders By Amy Lignor (OTCQB: ABWN) When it comes to new technology that will greatly and positively affect the world’s ability to connect with one another, Airborne Wireless Network is the company people are talking about. The future for Airborne Wireless is a good one. Being at an early stage in the company’s development, their core business strategy is to develop, market and … [Read More...]

Airborne Wireless Completes Successful Test

    Airborne Wireless Completes Successful Test By Ted Lund   Currently, the world's connectivity is achieved by use of undersea cables, ground-based fiber, and satellites. But Airborne Wireless Networks believes its innovative, new airborne digital highway can help fill the world's connectivity void with a low-cost, high-speed solution for rural areas, island nations, ships at sea, oil platforms as well as … [Read More...]

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Hunting

Turkey Track Club Offers Some of the Best Turkey Hunting in South Dakota

  Turkey Track Club Offers Some of the Best Turkey Hunting in South Dakota By Amy Lignor It is not a surprise that “Dakota” is a term used by the tribes of the Sioux nation to mean “allies” or “friends.” Because after spending just one day at Turkey Track Club, you and yours will not only find incredible hunting, comfort and scenery, but you’ll also meet up with the friendliest people imaginable. Founded in 1974, this is one … [Read More...]

Double Diamond Outfitters Delivers the Rio Grande Turkey

  Double Diamond Outfitters Delivers the Rio Grande Turkey   It’s no wonder Texas is the premier destination when it comes to turkey hunting, seeing as that the estimated turkey population comes in at over 600,000 birds. When it comes to the ‘best of the best' – Rio Grande Turkey calls Texas home. And there is one hunting guide who makes your turkey hunt a true success; all you have to do is make plans with Double Diamond … [Read More...]

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