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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Quick Tip: How to Clean Your Livewell

Quick Tip: How to Clean Your Livewell

If your livewell could talk, it would probably wearily ask for a little attention. Fish, mud, vegetation, scales, dirty water and heat all combine to create an environment that’s ideal for mold, mildew and smells that you’d rather not be ...

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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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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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Cook Your Catch: Grilled Cedar Plank Salmon

Cook Your Catch: Grilled Cedar Plank Salmon

This blog is by Mercury Pro Team member Rob Endsley, an Alaska charter captain (princeofwalessportfishing.com), former river guide and host of the “Outdoor Line” radio show in Seattle, Washington. He can be found on Instagram @robendsley.   There’s an almost ...

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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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8 Tips for Warm-Season Fish Care

8 Tips for Warm-Season Fish Care

Caring for the fish you catch in hot weather is vital for catch-and-release anglers. Just as hot summer days can stress out we humans, the hot weather also stresses the fish. As temperature goes up, dissolved oxygen levels in water ...

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6 Tips for Boating Safely with Your Dog

6 Tips for Boating Safely with Your Dog

A family boating outing can be even more fun if you bring your dog along. It certainly makes for some great photo ops! There are many dog breeds that absolutely adore being on the water. But it’s just as important ...

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Cook Your Catch: Spicy Fish Spaghetti with Blaine Garrett

Cook Your Catch: Spicy Fish Spaghetti with Blaine Garrett

When it comes to dinner favorites, it’s hard to beat the widespread appeal of spaghetti. Spaghetti is at once comforting, savory, simple, and inherently fun! There’s something about it that brings people together and isn’t that what dinner is all ...

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Quick Tip: Understanding Boat Fuses

Quick Tip: Understanding Boat Fuses

From yachts to dinghies, practically every vessel this side of a canoe has an electrical system, and that electrical system is bound to have at least a few fuses in it to protect it. To avoid losing functionality, especially when ...

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