2022 Bayliner Trophy T24CC

The T24CC offers a comfortable ride and numerous fishing features. Courtesy Bayliner Boats Special delivery: Sign up for the free Boating email newsletter. Subscribe to Boating magazine for $14 for 1 year and receive 4 bonus digital issues. Overview The Bayliner T24CC we tested was well-equipped for less than $80,000. Its 23-degree-deadrise hull cut through Charlotte Harbor’s wind-driven 2-foot […]

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NOAA Proposes Vessel Speed Restrictions to Protect Right Whale

If approved, the 10-knot, speed-restricted Seasonal Management Zones for the right whale would extend from Florida to New England and out to 100 nautical miles. Courtesy Viking Yachts The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has proposed a 10-knot, speed-restriction rule for vessels 35 feet to 65 feet length overall across a broad swath of water […]

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Targeting Redfish in Texas

Texas anglers love redfish as much as the Dallas Cowboys. There’s nothing more exciting than sight-casting flies, plugs or plastics. Tosh Brown Special delivery: Sign up for the free Salt Water Sportsman email newsletter. Subscribe to Salt Water Sportsman magazine for $19 for 1 year and receive 4 bonus digital issues. A redfish is like a bull in a […]

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Massive Bluefin Recaptured After Nearly Three Decades

Ryan Gazzola recaptured the giant bluefin about 30 years after it was tagged. Ryan Gazzola A southern bluefin tuna reeled in by an Australian teenager after an epic four-hour battle off Western Australia has set a national record for the longest time between tagging and recapture. The 298-pound fish, boated by Ryan Gazzola on Sept. […]

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What’s the Best Depth Finder for Your Boat?

What’s the Best Small Boat Depth Finder? Knowing the depth beneath your boat could be the difference between catching a limit or getting skunked. It could also prevent the headaches of running aground or a prop strike. Depth finders are a valuable feature for anyone hitting the water, but which one is best for your […]

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Electric Invaders

On a Norwegian adventure with the crew of Viking-inspired engineers at Evoy, Simon Murray discovers not only the fanatical dedication behind the race to build the fastest electric boats in the world, but the true meaning of “skol!” Evoy’s electric motors are propelling Norwegian boats to some of the fastest speeds achieved by electricity alone. […]

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Great Lakes Observing System Launches Interactive Buoy Data Platform Seagull

The Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) has launched the cloud-based platform called Seagull, which pulls up-to-date data from dozens of buoys in the Great Lakes into an interactive, easy-to-understand map which shows lake temperatures, live waves and currents, water quality and more. Try it at seagull.glos.org. Source: https://lakelandboating.com/great-lakes-observing-system-launches-interactive-buoy-data-platform-seagull/

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Large Landowners Recognized For Reopening 5,200 Miles of Fish Habitat

Map via Washington Forest Protection Association. Washington state officials have recognized over a dozen large landowners, including the timberland firm Weyerhaeuser, for their investment in correcting nearly 8,500 fish passage barriers and reopening 5,200 miles of fish habitat since 2001. The landowners all completed their obligations under the Washington Road Maintenance and Abandonment Plan (RMAP) […]

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