Ryan Salzman – Featured on Bass Edge Radio

Ryan Salzman – Featured on Bass Edge Radio WILDWOOD, Mo. – Bass Edge Radio, presented by Megaware KeelGuard has a Dam episode with MLF/Bass Pro Tour Watts Bar Champion Ryan Salzman as the featured Angler Spotlight in this top-rated podcast.  Bass Edge hosts Aaron Martin and Kurt Dove breakdown fishing dams with Ryan talking the […]

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Featured Boat: 2006 Trident 28 Revolution Deckboat

<!– Featured Boat: Featured Boat: 2006 Trident 28 Revolution Deckboat –> Offered through Seabound Yachts of Clayton, N.Y., this 2006 model-year 28-foot Trident Revolution deckboat is powered by a 625-hp Ilmor Marine engine with a Teague Custom Marine Platinum drive. The engine-and-drive have 100 operating hours since their last refreshment and the hull has a […]

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Fight for the spoils goes down to the wire at the Superyacht Cup

The overall win in both the Class B and Class A fleets at the Superyacht Cup, Palma came down to the final race with both classes won on countback The Superyacht Cup, Palma has come to a close with a testing final day in challenging conditions seeing the fight for the title going down to […]

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Huski Wins in Sarasota; Super Stock Race Cancelled After 3 Accidents

The Sarasota Offshore Grand Prix wrapped up prematurely, when the final race of the weekend—featuring a field of 10 Super Stock entries—suffered three separate accidents, leading to officials calling an end to the competition. (None of the racers involved were seriously injured.) The field of 10 first narrowed to nine when driver Cole Leibel and […]

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Uncharted Waters: Mountain or Marinized Molehill?

If you tend to make mountains out of marinized molehills, Capt. Bill Pike has a suggestion: why not engage in a little hopeful, optimistic investigation first? Ever have a little project that “just growed,” as we say in the sunny South? The kind that starts out as a weekend thing and, before you know it, […]

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Sneak Peak for Okuma at ICAST 2022

Over the last year, Okuma has put its ear to the pavement with the intention of developing key products that broaden our overall line-up and meet the needs of anglers far and wide. As a vital member of our industry and with ICAST 2022 lurking around the corner, we’re excited to provide you with an exclusive sneak peek at our featured product introductions this year.  Designed to […]

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Around the world in a 24m boat: Part five – Tahiti to Australia

Iain Macneil’s round-the-world record attempt continues as the 24m MV Astra leaves the comfort of Tahiti for the notoriously ferocious Southern Ocean… Astra sailed non-stop from Tahiti all the way to Australia. All photos: Iain Macneil This is Part Three of Iain’s round-the-world expedition. Make sure to read Part One, Part Two, Part Three and Part […]

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Spinning Gear Sharks

Photo above by Joey Manansala With the growing popularity of jig-and-pop-style tuna fishing, many offshore fishermen have moved beyond the oversized, cumbersome gear that was once the standard and adopted lightweight yet powerful spinning setups. Still, when most fishermen think of shark fishing, they picture 50- or 80-wide conventional reels on super-stiff, extra-heavy rods locked […]

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Simrad launches NSX display

Charting a New Course Simrad launches the NSX multifunction display.  Shopping for a new fishfinder and chartplotter can be an overwhelming process with so many products, screen sizes, and features on the market. Simrad Yachting engineers wanted to simplify the process when they developed its new NSX, which made its debut at the Miami International […]

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Viking Yachts 64 Convertible

A New Champion The Viking 64 Convertible is designed for tournament fishing action and luxurious family comfort. The newest member of the Viking Yachts’ fleet, the 64 Convertible, is a tournament contender designed to fish around the world and provide luxurious amenities for family cruising. She is a domineering replacement for the company’s popular 62 Convertible. […]

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Best snorkel kit for exploring beneath the waves

  It’s one of the great pleasures of cruising to explore the elements below you and for those of us not wanting to shell out on full-blown diving kit, picking up the best snorkel kit is the easy and cheap way to take a look below the surface. When cruising in the tropics – or […]

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Deep Impact: One of Speedboating’s Greatest Turnaround Success Stories

How Deep Impact and exclusive dealer Plantation Boat Mart joined forces to achieve greatness. Once upon a time, center consoles were exclusively associated with sportfishermen and bluewater tournaments. Over the years, they became faster, roomier and more competitive. The evolution of the center console from fishboat to high-performance juggernaut has been our industry’s most astonishing chapters, […]

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Boat Trader kicks off summer campaign

Boat Trader, America’s largest boating marketplace, today announced the launch of its ‘My Stomping Grounds’ campaign, inviting boaters to share videos and photos for a chance to be featured in an upcoming episode of its award-winning series, Stomping Grounds. The campaign will run through the rest of the year across Boat Trader’s digital channels and […]

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Rare Formula One Engine Lives On

A one-off Ferrari Formula One engine modified for hydroplane racing lives on—almost 70 years after breaking the world speed record on water. Engineer and speedboat racer Nando Dell’Orto races the Arno XI with his #50 painted on the hull. Legendary Power A one-off Ferrari Formula One engine modified for hydroplane racing lives on—almost 70 years […]

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Ghosts of Chatham Fog

It’s 3:52am, I’ve got my sweatpants on backwards, and I’m watching my buddy brush his teeth in the kitchen sink with what looks to be SPF 30. Things are going well. Medical professionals call it “sleep inertia,” a phase of inferior motor function after waking, but most tuna fisherman can attest to early-season “lizard brain.” […]

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Extraordinary boats: Stormvogel

Stormvogel is known as the ‘original’ Maxi, the first large, lightweight racing yacht of its type, and still racing competitively. Nic Compton looks at her history and rebirth Last year’s Rolex Fastnet Race got off to a dramatic start, with over 30 knots of wind blasting through the fleet of 330 yachts lined up on […]

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Angling Artists: Edgar Stewart

After spending some time fishing the tropical waters around Costa Rica and Puerto Rico, he even had the chance to draw the sailfish used in the logo of Tommy Bahama’s Marlin Bar. Edgar Stewart is one of the few native Vermonters to have a relationship with sharks. As the only non-coastal state in New England, […]

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Tiara 43 LS

  Tiara 43 LS Sport Meets Style The third model in the ls series, the 43 LS, combines the aesthetic of sport styling with the luxurious amenities and details synonymous with the tiara brand. Guests can choose from multiple social zones for relaxation and leisure. Forward, the bow features wrap around seating with a reclining […]

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OXE Marine makes waves

Diesel Comes Clean Diesel outboards try to break into the mainstream. Diesel outboards have long gotten a bad rap of being smelly and smoky, but a new generation of diesel technology is aiming to leave that in the sooty past. As yacht owners and the military move to a single-source fuel concept, diesel outboards are […]

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