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New Fishing Products on the Scene

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Probably one of the most interesting and innovative products at the show was a drone. Yep, you read that correctly. A drone at a fishing show, you ask? Yes again. Walking the isles of ICAST (the International Convention of Allied …

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The Sailing Sculptor

Sailing Sculptor : Victor in his floating workshop

Looking at Victor Hempel’s carved creations, it’s difficult to fathom how he knew there was a giant crab lying within a hunk of neem or that a sea turtle lurked inside a piece of star coral. His artistic insight is …

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Casa de Campo Blue Marlin Classic

Blue Marlin Classic: Top Team, Auspicious. Photography courtesy of Richard Gibson

It was finding elusive yet highly prized blue marlin – and lots of them – that led to the Top Boat and Top Angler winners in the Casa de Campo Blue Marlin Classic. Fished out of Marina Casa de Campo, …

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A Touch of Class

Touch of class: Columbia in all her glory. Photo: OceanMedia

This edition of All At Sea has something for everyone: cruising, racing, fishing, art, history, humor, adventure and more, as we explore the Caribbean and beyond. In April I had my own adventure aboard the 50ft vintage schooner Charm III …

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Whitewater Boats

Whitewater Boats: Photo Courtesy of Whitewater Boats

Just off I-95 in North Miami a boat builder has been quietly building some of the most coveted center console fishing and diving boats for over three decades. Whitewater Boat Corporation has developed a reputation among fishermen, divers and charter …

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Cruising the Ragged Islands

http://www.bahamas. co.uk/things-to-do/bahamas-Cruising the Ragged Islands: Johnson Cay. Photo by Rick Caroselli

It was our third attempt in as many years when we finally made it to the Ragged Islands. The third time was the charm. We’ve spent the last six winters cruising in the Bahamas and have been fortunate to have …

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Fishing: There’s an App For That

Terry catching one of many peacock bass in Florida’s canal system. Photo by Terry Boram

Until this past year I could count on one hand the times I tossed a hook in the water in a vain attempt to catch a fish. Each fishing trip played out the same way – either someone baited my …

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Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!® Keys Weekend

Ladies aboard Blue Chip Too on Florida Keys Ladies Fishing class

Sixty women came from around the country to learn from the pros at the award winning “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!®” Keys University, November 13-15 at BPOE Elks, Tavernier, Fla. The “No-Yelling School of Fishing” featured a mix of classroom presentations …

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A Sea-Going Ghost of Christmas Past

Fatty In a Hatty

It was the late 1950s.  We were in the tiny fishing village of Carrabelle, Florida, rafted alongside some fishing boats. Our iron-fastened 40-year-old schooner Elizabeth blended right in with her rusty, rough-hewn topsides. My mom was counting our pennies to …

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SUP Fishing

Photo courtesy Live Watersports/Sam Root

While it is obvious to anyone on the water that stand up paddle boarding is hugely popular, there is a growing segment of those intrepid paddlers that are using their board to not only exercise and enjoy the outdoors but …

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Texas Gains West Marine Flagship Store

West Marine, the largest retailer of boating supplies, celebrated the expansion of its Kemah, Texas store with a grand opening celebration for its new West Marine flagship store in early May. The 25,000 square-foot store, the company’s largest in Texas, …

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