How to Create a Snackle Box

How to Create a Snackle Box

No one wants to find themselves in the middle of an otherwise perfect day on the water with no provisions. After all, boating can be pretty demanding, and to keep going one needs sustenance. While you can sometimes dock your ...

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DEEP Balloon Challenge Aims to Clean Up Waterways

DEEP Balloon Challenge Aims to Clean Up Waterways

Balloons at a birthday party are super fun, especially the helium-filled Mylar kind. You can see them every weekend in countless backyards, city parks and neighborhood swimming pools proclaiming, “I’m 5!” or “Over the Hill …” and the images are ...

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How to Fish for Freshwater Striped Bass

How to Fish for Freshwater Striped Bass

Striped bass are native to areas along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. While they're anadromous fish, meaning they live most of their lives in saltwater and enter freshwater bodies to spawn, they've been stocked in inland freshwater reservoirs across the ...

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Mark Zona’s 3 Essential Bass Hooks

Mark Zona’s 3 Essential Bass Hooks

The wide-eyed, nearly catatonic stare is unmistakable. An angler, trying to make sense of a retail hook selection, is clearly overwhelmed with more options than they can process. Mercury Pro Team member Mark Zona sees this all the time. In ...

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A Look at Life on the Road with Professional Anglers

A Look at Life on the Road with Professional Anglers

The life of a professional tournament angler is fascinating. It looks pretty cool from the outside looking in, like the rodeo cowboy traveling from town to town following their passion and the promise of glory. Pro anglers see the country, ...

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14 Tips for Marina Etiquette

14 Tips for Marina Etiquette

When we share close quarters with others, our actions can have immediate consequences. Nowhere is that more apparent than in a marina. Whether you’re new to the boating lifestyle or a longtime boater who might benefit from a gentle etiquette ...

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Understanding Basic Sonar Settings

Understanding Basic Sonar Settings

Electronics are crucial components to an angler’s success, and they also can serve as practical navigation tools. While “electronics” is a broad term that can mean many different things, the most common form is sonar. Sonar is a system that ...

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The Basics of Using Line-Counter Reels

The Basics of Using Line-Counter Reels

When it comes to making accurate fishing presentations, line-counter reels can be a big help in many situations. Line counters tell you how much line is out from the reel to the lure, which is important anytime duplicating a successful ...

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Cook Your Catch: Yellow Perch Tacos with Taylor Wright

Cook Your Catch: Yellow Perch Tacos with Taylor Wright

If you’re a fan of the Friday night fish fry, it’s very likely you’re familiar with yellow perch. This freshwater favorite might just be the ultimate fish for frying. That’s because its small fillets are tender and delicate, with a ...

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How to Tie the Eugene Slip Knot

How to Tie the Eugene Slip Knot

The trusty Palomar knot. It’s been around forever, and most anglers know how to tie it. After all, it is relatively simple to learn and can be tied quickly. By popular opinion and proven through knot strength tests over the ...

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