Tested: Sunseeker 65 Sport Yacht

Sunseeker claims the new 65 Sport Yacht’s SkyHelm is sports-car inspired. We test that claim by comparing it to an Aston Martin convertible. Photos by Zach Stovall License to Thrill Sunseeker claims the new 65 Sport Yacht’s SkyHelm is sports-car inspired.We test that claim by comparing it to an Aston Martin convertible. Modern-day humans, myself […]

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Free-Diver Shatters Cubera Snapper Record

Braden Sherron’s cubera snapper is one for the record books. Braden Sherron Braden Sherron’s introduction to free-diving came in a somewhat unusual setting. “I was in middle school when my science teacher showed us a free-diving video,” Sherron recalled. “I became fascinated.” That fascination morphed into a hobby, eventually a popular YouTube channel, and now […]

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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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How To Catch Big Seatrout on Fly Fishing Tackle

Catching big seatrout on fly tackle are worth the effort. Anglers must have the proper tackle, find their haunts, and make a perfect cast. Capt. John Tarr Ask someone to daydream about saltwater fly fishing and most people will picture scenes of tarpon jumping in the air, bonefish tailing on the flats, redfish cruising a […]

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Whaling Has Resumed in Iceland After Four Year Hiatus

No commercial whaling has occurred in Iceland for four years, except for a lone minke whale taken in 2021. But that changed on June 22 when a pair of whaling ships owned by the company Hvalur hf. departed the commercial harbor of Iceland’s coastal capital city of Reykjavic, according to the Iceland Review. A video […]

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Forging ahead: Honoring women in leadership

By Jamie Stafford In June, we recognize all the women leaving their mark on the industry with our annual Women Making Waves recognition program. These women work hard to create positive change and foster momentum within the marine industry. They come from a variety of backgrounds as well – from dealerships to trade associations to […]

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5 Common Hunting Mistakes That You Should Avoid

Every hunter knows that it takes time to become an experienced professional. The fact is, when you head off on a trip, you’re faced with different challenges. If you want to improve yourself, it’s essential to start by learning what can go wrong. From here, you can find the best solutions to better your chances […]

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