Sailing to the Galapagos – a land of wonder

Sailing to the Galapagos Islands requires extensive preparation, but the rewards are other-worldly, as Jessie Zevalkink discovered The first morning of passage sailing to the Galapagos Islands I leapt out of my berth at 0600, seeking an hour alone. I’d hoped to rise earlier for a full two hours of dawn and silence, but one […]

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Kayaking in the Pristine Waters of Nantucket

Pristine Waters of Nantucket Nantucket, MA, is a small island but has a big reputation for being a leading vacation destination on the East Coast. It has over 82 miles of coastline and beautiful beaches, wildlife refuges, protected natural lands, perfectly preserved pre-civil war historic buildings, and some of the best restaurants and boutiques in […]

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Bass Tournament Trends Today

The popularity of bass fishing competitions appears to be at an all-time high right now. Numerous circuits compete at the state and regional levels to draw weekend tournament fishermen. There are many different formats, including team tournaments, individual contests, and angler/co-angler styles with a variety of scoring possibilities. The innovative catch-weigh-and-release method made popular by […]

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Florida representative tours Correct Craft, Ingenity

Representative Darren Soto (FL-09) this week toured Correct Craft and Ingenity Electric facilities in Orlando, Florida alongside Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin, Ingenity President Sean Marrero, and NMMA Director of Federal Relations Callie Hoyt. During the visit Representative Soto spoke with industry leaders on the economic impact the recreational boating industry contributes to Florida, as […]

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Summer in the “The Snows”

Photo Courtesy of Les Cheneaux Islands Chamber of Commerce Those who have explored Michigan’s 36-island Les Cheneaux archipelago realize what a hidden treasure this area is. Tucked into the northern coastline of Lake Huron, the communities of Hessel and Cedarville remain anchored to their history while cruising toward their future. By Dianna Stampfler The narrow […]

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Northland Fishing Tackle announces a New Set of Bass Jigs

Northland Fishing Tackle announces a fistful of bass-jigs that’ll please anglers north, south, east, and west Bass Jig Bonanza BEMIDJI, MN (DATE) – From the godfathers of modern jig technology comes a slew of new Northland Fishing Tackle jigs designed specifically for largemouth, spotted, and smallmouth bass. Meticulously architected for tactical techniques, Northland’s new assortment […]

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Image Of The Week: Choose Your Castle

<!– Image of the Week: Image Of The Week: Choose Your Castle –> Fun fact: There are 1,864 islands in the St. Lawrence River between the United States and Canada. But “visit the 1,864 Islands” didn’t exactly roll off the tongue. Going with 1,000 Islands kept things simpler. Or the first folks to visit the […]

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Manhattan Cup Benefits American Heroes

The Manhattan Cup kicks off in sight of the Statue of Liberty. Gary Caputi The 21st Manhattan Cup blasted off on Friday, June 3 from its base in New York Harbor and was one for the record books. The largest striped bass caught in tournament history topped the leader board, but more on that in […]

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Make-A-Wish Rides And The 1,000 Islands Breakfast Club

<!– Event Coverage: Make-A-Wish Rides And The 1,000 Islands Breakfast Club –> Between long days on the water and reunions of long-lost go-fast boating friends that often last late into the evening, poker runs don’t lend themselves to early wake-up calls. And yet there we were today at 7 a.m., on the docks of the municipal […]

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