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.
The 9-inch, custom-designed polished-stainless holder was built to work with the 4 1/2-inch SeaSucker vacuum cup.
The dark-green Samurai Braid comes in 15- to 150-pound-test in 150-, 300- and 1,500-yard spools.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An inshore fisherman's guide to electric motors
An impressive ride and too many fishing amenities to mention make the Cobia 296 a top choice for offshore enthusiasts.