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The Miami International Boat Show took place this past week, and there were literally thousands of boats on display, including three hot new fishboats we talked about a couple of weeks ago. But my favorite from the show wasn’t among these. In fact, it didn’t have a fishfinder, a... Read more
We received a letter here at TFG this month, which brings up a great topic for this blog. Check it out: Hey D.Z. That was a good article “A Star to Steer Her by”, by Lenny Rudow in the January 2013 issue. I would like to add my two... Read more
The 2013 Miami International Boat show is coming up, and this is the time and place where many boat manufacturers unveil their latest and greatest creations. Here’s a sneak-peek at three awesome boats that will be on display at the show. Sea Born FX 25 – This is an all-new bay... Read more
Sinking is among the worst fears of all boaters, but surprisingly, most sinkings are easily preventable. The fact of the matter is that sinking commonly results from a few simple mistakes, which we bring upon ourselves. You want to keep your feet dry? Then don’t make any of these boating... Read more
Boat dealers aren’t always set up to tweak out a new boat to your personal liking. Many folks understand that when it comes to something like choosing the right propeller, you should plan to do it on your own. But there are several other things your dealer or manufacturer... Read more
It’s hard enough to catch fish without having a boat issue that can scare the fish away. Spooking fish is actually a far more common problem than many people realize, and people often don’t even think about the factors that cause it. Electric trolling motors, for example, aren’t always as... Read more
Re-powering a boat with a new outboard might seem like a tough job, but with some advance planning and know-how, this is actually a job that any competent do-it-yourselfer can handle. Sure, that old engine weighs a lot. Yes, you’ll have to remove a lot of wires and cables. But don’t... Read more
In observance, something special… Twas the Night Before Christmas, Boater Style Twas the night before Christmas and all through the boat, nothing was stirring, not even a bilge pump float. The stockings were hung from the flybridge with care, in hopes that the fishing rods would soon be placed there. The crew... Read more