4 Steps for Preventing Rusty Tackle

4 Steps for Preventing Rusty Tackle

This blog is by renowned saltwater angler George Poveromo, a Mercury Pro Team member and host of “George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Angling” TV series. George is also the producer and host of the popular “Salt Water Sportsman National Seminar ...

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Jacob Wheeler Wins in Record-Setting Fashion on the St. Lawrence River

Jacob Wheeler Wins in Record-Setting Fashion on the St. Lawrence River

After breaking multiple major weight records for the Major League Fishing (MLF) Bass Pro Tour in the opening rounds of the St. Lawrence River event, Jacob Wheeler, of Harrison, Tennessee, added another accolade to his resume in the Championship Round. ...

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Bill Sutton Wins National Walleye Tour Event on Lake Erie

Bill Sutton Wins National Walleye Tour Event on Lake Erie

Tournament fishing, especially at the highest levels, often is a game of risk versus reward. Heading into the third National Walleye Tour® (NWT) event of the 2021 season, held June 24-25 out of Huron, Ohio, most pros knew the bigger ...

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The Uni and Double Uni Knots: Two of the Most Versatile Knots on the Water

The Uni and Double Uni Knots: Two of the Most Versatile Knots on the Water

There are fishing knots for every possible situation, and unfortunately there are people who’ll insist that you need to know a great many of them if you want to consider yourself an angler. Not so, says Tom Rowland, and he ...

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10 Tips for Viewing 4th of July Fireworks from Your Boat

10 Tips for Viewing 4th of July Fireworks from Your Boat

If you live in a community that shoots off its annual Fourth of July fireworks display over the water, your boat can give you, your family and your friends the best seats in the house. But boating at night on ...

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Stevens Marine Provides Mercury Outboards and Top-Flight Service to Pacific Northwest Boaters

Stevens Marine Provides Mercury Outboards and Top-Flight Service to Pacific Northwest Boaters

The waters of the Pacific Northwest are no joke. And if you’re going to brave the big, cold, rough waters that are typical of the region, you’d better be partnered with a dealership that knows what the local environment demands ...

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How to Dock Your Boat with a Single Outboard

How to Dock Your Boat with a Single Outboard

Docking a boat can be a challenge for many boaters, especially at a crowded marina. Yet, it’s an important skill that any boater needs to acquire for tying off at the ramp or accessing a fuel dock or other on-water ...

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Italy’s Jacopo Gallelli Wins the MLF Pro Circuit on the Potomac River

Italy’s Jacopo Gallelli Wins the MLF Pro Circuit on the Potomac River

Jacopo Gallelli, of Florence, Italy, became the first European to ever win a tour-level professional bass fishing tournament in the United States when he finished first at the Major League Fishing (MLF) BIG5 Pro Circuit event at the Potomac River ...

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Capt. Debbie Hanson Shares Fishing Passion and Knowledge with Other Women

Capt. Debbie Hanson Shares Fishing Passion and Knowledge with Other Women

Living an extraordinary life often requires extraordinary hustle and determination, especially if it’s a life you never set out to live. Capt. Debbie Hanson didn’t grow up dreaming of being a licensed captain and respected fishing guide, but that’s where ...

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Quick Tip: How to Install a Transducer Mounting Plate on Your Boat

Quick Tip: How to Install a Transducer Mounting Plate on Your Boat

One of the biggest differences between the boats of today and those of a couple decades ago is the electronics. Many of today’s boats come equipped with GPS, sonar, radar, chartplotters, engine and vessel monitors, sound systems, and the list ...

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