5 Tips for Safe Boating in Foggy Conditions

5 Tips for Safe Boating in Foggy Conditions

No one enjoys being out on the water in foggy conditions, and certainly the safest solution is to wait out a dense fog on shore or in the slip. Still, if you go boating enough, sooner or later you’re bound ...

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Basic Navigation for Boaters with Capt. George Gozdz

Basic Navigation for Boaters with Capt. George Gozdz

Rivers, inlets and human-engineered passages like the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) serve as America’s water highway, carrying pleasure boats and commercial vessels to their destinations throughout the country. Like a highway for automobiles, these waterways are marked with traffic signs and ...

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Cook Your Catch: Bluefin Tuna Poke with Ali Hussainy

Cook Your Catch: Bluefin Tuna Poke with Ali Hussainy

Poke (pronounced po-kay) is a Hawaiian dish of diced raw fish, typically served with rice and seasoned in a variety of ways. And while poke has been around for much longer, it’s popularity in North America took off within the ...

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Quick Tip: How to Keep Rodents Out of Your Boat

Quick Tip: How to Keep Rodents Out of Your Boat

Mice may look cute in cartoons, but there’s nothing amusing about rodents taking up residence in a boat. Rodents – and mice in particular – may seem harmless enough, but make no mistake: Just a few of them, left unchecked ...

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How to Find the Ideal Cruising Speed on Your Boat

How to Find the Ideal Cruising Speed on Your Boat

Different people have different ideas of what makes an ideal cruising speed for their boats, but most captains take three major considerations into account: efficiency, comfort (considering sea conditions) and time constraints. Comfort and time constraints will vary not only ...

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5 Tips to Help You Cast Farther

5 Tips to Help You Cast Farther

You see a huge fish boil on the surface, cock back your fishing rod and let that lure fly … only to see it plop down well short of the mark. Don’t feel bad. We’ve all been there before. Sometimes, ...

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How to Extend the Life of Your Fishing Tackle

How to Extend the Life of Your Fishing Tackle

The record demand for popular fishing tackle over the past couple of years has caused most anglers to develop a deeper appreciation for their go-to baits and lures. If you’ve struggled to find your favorite tackle in that time, then ...

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Cook Your Catch: Mahi Mahi Fingers with Rice and Broccoli

Cook Your Catch: Mahi Mahi Fingers with Rice and Broccoli

For this installment of Cook Your Catch, we join Peter Miller, Mercury Pro Team member, three-time sailfish champion and Emmy-nominated host of Uncharted Waters with Peter Miller, as he prepares a delicious dish – pan-fried mahi mahi fingers, rice and ...

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Launching on Crude Boat Ramps

Launching on Crude Boat Ramps

In a perfect world, every lake is full of biting fish and hosts a nicely pitched boat ramp with nobody waiting in line. But we all know perfect is just a fantasy. With more boats on the water and an ...

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How to Catch Finicky Early Season Bluefin Tuna

How to Catch Finicky Early Season Bluefin Tuna

As a self-described “tuna nerd,” Ali Hussainy is enjoying what could be described as the good old days of bluefin tuna fishing in his hometown waters off the coast of Southern California. Why so good? Since the El Niño weather ...

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