The Point of it All: Expert Advice on Saltwater Hook Selection - Part 2

The Point of it All: Expert Advice on Saltwater Hook Selection - Part 2

If you missed part one, please click HERE to catch up on Captain Mike Genoun's expert advice to saltwater hook selection. Personally, I take saltwater hook selection very seriously and always start every trip by considering all of the factors ...

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No Bananas in the Boat!

No Bananas in the Boat!

The line between ritual and superstition is fine and often blurry. Many anglers will say they’re not superstitious yet admit to adhering to some well-worn patterns or rituals on their day of fishing. Some are downright superstitious and not afraid ...

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How to Clean or Sanitize Life Jackets | Mercury Marine

How to Clean or Sanitize Life Jackets

Many boaters are hesitant to do anything more to a life jacket or PFD than spray it down with clean water. This is largely due to a well-intentioned fear of compromising its integrity, but proper cleaning is actually good for ...

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Another Last-to-First Comeback Win on Lake Eufaula | Mercury Marine

Another Last-to-First Comeback Win on Lake Eufaula

Bassmaster Elite Series rookie Buddy Gross, fishing only his second event on the trail, caught a tournament-best five-bass limit that weighed 27 pounds, 11 ounces, and sprang from 10th place to a victory in the DEWALT Bassmaster Elite at Lake ...

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Mark Rose Hauls in 9-pounder at MLF Heavy Hitters Tournament | Mercury Marine

Mark Rose Hauls in 9-pounder at MLF Heavy Hitters Tournament

Mercury Pro angler Mark Rose of Wynne, Arkansas, put an exclamation point on “heavy” last week at the inaugural Major League Fishing Toyota Heavy Hitters tournament by catching the week’s largest bass – a massive 9-pound, 2-ounce largemouth that netted ...

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