Inspecting and Maintaining Your Boat’s Hydraulic Steering

Inspecting and Maintaining Your Boat’s Hydraulic Steering

Experienced boaters know that regular inspection, preventative maintenance and fixing small problems before they become large ones are the keys to trouble-free time on the water.  Many boaters, however, tend to overlook their boat’s hydraulic steering systems when it...

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Seeing is Believing

Seeing is Believing

Cypress, CA (September 17, 2021) – Line watching is an art. Only highly observant anglers can distill what’s happening beneath the surface by analyzing line behavior. They know a fish is taking when line slips away at an unusually fast rate. Perceptive anglers also...

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Lester’s Secrets for Fishing the Salad

Lester’s Secrets for Fishing the Salad

For anglers not used to picking apart coontail, eel grass, milfoil, and hydrilla, as shown from left to right in the attached photo, approaching massive acres of aquatic vegetation can be as intimidating as a high school quarterback walking into an NFL stadium full of...

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J. Lee: Points Title Perspective

J. Lee: Points Title Perspective

As the 2021 Bass Pro Tour season comes to an end this week on Lake St Clair, so will Jordan Lee’s reign as the Bass Pro Tour Points Champion. Lee’s incredible 2020 season, which included four Championship Round appearances over the course of six Stages, will live on...

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Gallant Takes Over Lead In Bassmaster Open At 1000 Islands

Gallant Takes Over Lead In Bassmaster Open At 1000 Islands

CLAYTON, N.Y. — Cooper Gallant’s Day 2 limit of 25 pounds, 2 ounces was right about where his practice results indicated he’d be, but an unexpected Day 1 bonus positioned him to take the Day 2 lead of the Basspro.com Bassmaster Northern Open at the St. Lawrence...

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Immaculate Mobile Tackle Management

Immaculate Mobile Tackle Management

Cypress, CA (September 9, 2021) – Anyone who attended school in the last half century has owned a Trapper Keeper, or at least seen overstuffed ones clutched and carried down the corridors. They were, and still are, the valedictorian of school supply organizers. Keep...

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