Cook Your Catch: Camp Grilled Fish with Taylor Wright

Cook Your Catch: Camp Grilled Fish with Taylor Wright

Steaks and chops are typically the first things that come to mind when the conversation turns to grilling, but a nice piece of grilled fish is hard to beat as well. The delicate meat, a few spices and the smoke ...

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A Pro’s Response: Aaron Martens Faces the Fight of His Life with Resolve, Humility and Gratitude

A Pro’s Response: Aaron Martens Faces the Fight of His Life with Resolve, Humility and Gratitude

It’s tempting to think of Aaron Martens as an unlucky guy. The Mercury Pro Team member has finished second in the Bassmaster Classic a record four times, after all, and has never walked away with the crown. Once he missed ...

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Angler Fitness: 3 Stretches to Help Minimize Lower Back Pain

Angler Fitness: 3 Stretches to Help Minimize Lower Back Pain

Back problems are a notorious issue for anglers, and it’s no wonder, given the demands of the sport. Fishing can be a very physical activity that often requires lifting and carrying heavy, awkward items such as full coolers and buckets. ...

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Team Lagerhead Wins Inaugural Angler Armory Kingfish World Championship

Team Lagerhead Wins Inaugural Angler Armory Kingfish World Championship

Team Lagerhead, of St. Petersburg, Florida, won the inaugural Angler Armory World Championship Kingfish tournament presented by Mercury® on Saturday, Aug. 28. The team, which is captained by Steve Papen and owned by Doug Speeler, weighed the biggest fish of ...

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What it Takes to Be a Captain

What it Takes to Be a Captain

Sure, anyone can call themselves a captain, but when a 90-ton trawler is bearing down on you, one would hope that the person at the helm has qualifications beyond owning a white-peaked cap with a tiny golden anchor on the ...

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Living Water/Makin’ Time Wins Bluewater Movements Saltwater Showdown

Living Water/Makin’ Time Wins Bluewater Movements Saltwater Showdown

After being rescheduled due to inclement weather, the Bluewater Movements Saltwater Showdown kicked off Aug. 22 out of the Boca Raton and Hillsboro inlets. The Saltwater Showdown is the third and final leg of the Mercury-sponsored Bluewater Movements Summer Series, ...

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Mercury Introduces Variety Mix Playlist on Spotify

Mercury Introduces Variety Mix Playlist on Spotify

Do you remember the mix tape? That perfect collection of songs curated by your friend with the monster record collection. Part art, part science, they paired songs that on the surface seemed fiercely incompatible, yet together supported the overarching theme ...

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Costs Associated with the First Year of Boat Ownership

Costs Associated with the First Year of Boat Ownership

Those who have decided to buy a boat for the first time will find it’s often a lifestyle-changing experience. To make sure the first year is one of fun, discovery and bonding with the family, new boaters need to make ...

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How to Dock a Boat when Approaching from a 90-Degree Angle

How to Dock a Boat when Approaching from a 90-Degree Angle

We’ve all been there. The tide and wind are pushing your boat around, there are people watching and you’re about to try to dock in a challenging slip. It’s not a comfortable feeling. Unless, of course, you know how to ...

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Tennessee’s Jimmy Washam Wins the MLF TITLE Presented by Mercury

Tennessee’s Jimmy Washam Wins the MLF TITLE Presented by Mercury

Mercury® Pro Team angler Jimmy Washam, of Covington, Tennessee, brought the biggest five-bass limit of the tournament (17 pounds, 15 ounces) to the stage in the Championship Round to win $200,000 at the second annual Major League Fishing® (MLF) TITLE ...

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