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May 09, 2011

Chris Woodward

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For Pro-Line this 23 represents a return to the company's roots: In 1968, founders Ray and Dan Atwood built and sold their first boat - a 24-foot dual console.
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The 9-inch, custom-designed polished-stainless holder was built to work with the 4 1/2-inch SeaSucker vacuum cup.
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River2Sea Steel Tremor
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The dark-green Samurai Braid comes in 15- to 150-pound-test in 150-, 300- and 1,500-yard spools.
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Made with low water-absorption materials, waterproof leather and a removable EVA foot bed and riddled with mesh panels and drainage ports, this shoe can take wet conditions.
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Latitude, with gray, and Schooner, with amber polycarbonate lenses, feature nonslip, adjustable silicone nose pads and hingeless temples that allow the sunglasses to conform to most faces.
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The two-sided, 19- x 26-inch full-color chart provides soundings in all the bays, GPS coordinates for fishing locations, insets of select harbors and rivers, and a close-up of the Tampa Bay entrance.
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The nine fast-action conventional and spinning models are made from fiberglass and graphite and come in 6 1/2-, 7- and 7 1/2-foot lengths.
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An inshore fisherman's guide to electric motors
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An impressive ride and too many fishing amenities to mention make the Cobia 296 a top choice for offshore enthusiasts.
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