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Posted on Nov 29, 2010 in Next Cast
After Thanksgiving comes what? (OK, everybody chime in) "Christmas!" No, no, no... I'm not talking holidays or seasons or calendar dates. Here's what I mean: Once I've examined how very much I have as an American and a human and appropriately offered thanks, where do I go from here? Shouldn't such reflection create change? Read More
Posted on Oct 18, 2010 in Next Cast
Is a Fancy Piece of Fiberglass in Your Future? How I do love fall: cooler temperatures, beach bull reds and the beginning of boat-show season in the South. Of course, my days spent hunting the halls of regional convention centers focus mostly on my work, for I already own my dream boat. Read More
Posted on Sep 8, 2010 in Next Cast
I'm one of those people who see the wisdom of taking precautions, even though I've lived somewhat of a risk-taking lifestyle. (Maybe that's "because of" my risk-taking lifestyle?) Or perhaps since I'm getting older, my days seem more precious. Whatever the reason, I've decided that wearing a personal flotation device while underway in any vessel, other than a cruise ship, makes sense. Yes, I'm a good swimmer. Yes, I stay alert and ready when on the water. But mistakes and accidents happen in the blink of an eye. Consider: Read More
Posted on Jul 19, 2010 in Next Cast
ICAST fishing-tackle show highlights great gear; industry releases stats on fresh- and saltwater fishing Each July, I'm grateful for the Las Vegas Convention Center. Two reasons: 1. It keeps me coolly protected from Vegas' sweltering, 100-plus-degree desert summer. 2. It harbors one of the world's most impressive fishing-tackle trade shows: the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades - ICAST. Read More
Posted on Jun 8, 2010 in Next Cast
Take the Pause that Refreshes The more challenges and tragedies we face in our lives and in the world - oil spills, recession, war - the more we need our escape moments, our memory makers. That's the best thing about fishing: Whether you cast bait from a pier, dabble in fresh water or board your 60-foot sport-fisherman for a day in the Stream, you make instant, meaningful memories. Memories of the kind you recite at family gatherings; memories you mentally whittle when you're old and gray. And you don't even have to catch fish. Read More
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