Packing and Storing Fish Fillets

Packing and Storing Fish Fillets

Stephen Neil spent two summers fishing and guiding in Elfin Cove, Alaska. During that time, he filleted hundreds of pounds of fish for clients daily. He became quite proficient and still thoroughly enjoys it today. Back home, living in the ...

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Gain Confidence on the Water with Private Training

Gain Confidence on the Water with Private Training

While you need a driver’s license to operate a car throughout America, only one state (Alabama) requires some boaters to have a license to drive a boat. In many other states, residents must complete a boating-safety certification course before they ...

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How to Use a VHF Radio

How to Use a VHF Radio

We all have cellphones these days, and they help us stay in touch with the wider world. Yet, cell service can often be unreliable on the water. Especially for those who head deep into the backcountry or far out into ...

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How to Tie the Bristol Knot

How to Tie the Bristol Knot

This blog is by Mercury Pro Team member George Poveromo, a legendary angler and host of “George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing” TV series. My favorite line-to-leader connection is the Bristol knot, which I use to join a wind-on leader ...

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Options for Re-Decking Your Boat

Options for Re-Decking Your Boat

We stand on, walk on, drop things on and slide things across our boat’s deck every time we leave the dock – and all of it takes a toll. No matter what type of boat you have nor what sort ...

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High-Horsepower Mercury Outboards are Changing West Coast Offshore Fishing

SoCal Anglers Adapt to a Changing Fishery

Like the old saying goes, “There’s only one constant in life. Change.” This saying has never been truer than when discussing what has happened to the West Coast saltwater fishery in the last six years. El Nino event of 2015 ...

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