Stem to Stern: Flipping Hulls

Michael Rybovich tells all about the art of hull flipping. Few things garner more interest, or video, than turning a boat’s base upside down. For most boat builders, giving tours through their facilities to people over the course of their career is just part of the job. What we do seems to fascinate an awful […]

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Boat Test: 2023 Yamaha 222XD

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The ‘motherhood penalty’? Controversy as Vendée Globe skipper Clarisse Cremer loses sponsor

Banque Populaire’s dropping of Clarisse Cremer has caused widespread outrage among the offshore sailing community, and has become a huge national story in France IMOCA skipper Clarisse Cremer, who has recently given birth to her first child, has been controversially dropped by her sponsor Banque Populaire ahead of the 2024 Vendée Globe. Cremer, who currently […]

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World’s coolest yachts: Biscuits Cantreau 2

We ask top sailors and marine industry gurus to choose the coolest and most innovative yachts of our times. Vincent Laurent Prevost nominates Biscuits Cantreau 2 Biscuits Cantreau 2 was a Formula 40 trimaran designed for Jean Le Cam in 1987. “Formula 40 was a class born in France with a very simple rule for […]

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Tackle Warehouse DIY: Must-Have Fishing Storage for Home

Whether your passion is panfish, striper, or strictly bass, organization is fundamental to being effective on the water. Finding the exact item you need at a moment’s notice saves you valuable time and lets you focus on fishing, rather than rummaging around your boat compartments or backpack. However, a well-organized tackle box doesn’t just happen […]

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Environmental Efforts Paying off for Z-Man® Fishing

Environmental Efforts Paying off for Z Man® Fishing Z-Man a leading tackle company’s environmental efforts conservation commitment moves toward carbon neutrality, zero waste and healthy fisheries Beyond an obsession for battling big fish, there’s one thing upon which anglers almost universally agree: Clean, healthy waterways and flourishing fish habitat lie at the heart of everything […]

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B.A.S.S. announces extended multiyear sponsorship deal with Garmin

BASS announces extended multiyear sponsorship deal with Garmin B.A.S.S. and Garmin, the world’s most innovative and recognized marine electronics manufacturer, have renewed their multiyear sponsorship of the Bassmaster Tournament Trail. “We are excited to continue our sponsorship of B.A.S.S. and further strengthen our long-standing relationship with this iconic fishing brand,” said Dave Dunn, Garmin senior […]

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Tiara EX 60 Sea Trial and Review

Part express cruiser, part motoryacht, the EX 60 doesn’t fit any one category precisely, which explains why Tiara adopted the Adventure Series moniker. Great Expectations A late-fall shakedown proves that Tiara’s flagship—the EX 60—has substance to go along with her style. Tiara EX 60 Photo: Alex Slikkers The October winds off Lake Michigan deliver a […]

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February 2023 Issue

February 2023 Issue Great Lake Escape On the northwest shore of Lake Michigan are two tiny Wisconsin communities — Algoma and Kewaunee — with a huge reputation for sportfishing. Go deep with one of the area’s 50-some fishing charters or cast your own line into tranquil tributaries. Count Viking River Cruises among those en route […]

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Waypoint: Beaufort, South Carolina

A focal point for film lovers, cultural diversity and eco travel adventures. Photos by Dori Arrington Saltwater marshes as far as the eye can see, lush with bulrush, sweetgrass and palmetto. This is the Lowcountry of South Carolina, an area literally dripping in natural beauty. The Lowcountry draws its name from being underwater as much […]

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Current Trends in the Electric Boats Market

Electric Boats image from httpsplugboatscom Innovative, emerging technology like electric boats may be unfamiliar to fishing boat shoppers, which could make them more reluctant to purchase. So how should your dealership approach selling a little-known product to shoppers? Boatline, an online marketplace for buying & selling watercraft, is sharing insights with Bass Angler Magazine from […]

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Kenta Kimura – Featured on Bass Edge Radio Podcast

Kenta Kimura Featured on Bass Edge Radio Podcast Bass Edge Radio, presented by Megaware KeelGuard flows into Feb. 2023 featuring BASS Elite Series angler Kenta Kimura in the Angler Spotlight for this top-rated podcast.  Bass Edge hosts Aaron Martin and Kurt Dove dive into some exceptional Japanese fishing tactics education as Kenta details his best […]

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WaterIQ Technologies Forms Scientific Advisory Board

WaterIQ Technologies Forms Scientific Advisory Board WaterIQ TechnologiesTM, the leader in next-generation ultrasonic solutions to combat harmful algae and biofilm without the use of chemicals, today announced the addition of three members to its newly formed Scientific Advisory Board. Appointed members span the U.S., Mexico and South America and will serve in research roles conducting […]

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SAY 42 Sea Trial and Review

The German-built, carbon-fiber SAY 42 is a distinct and efficient vessel—a good match for an owner who can tame her. Carbon and Brass The German-built, carbon-fiber SAY 42 is a distinct and efficient vessel—a good match for an owner who can tame her. One of the more enjoyable aspects of my job is the standing […]

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