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May 09, 2011

Mike Mazur

barracuda fishing
Barracuda offer an exhilarating alternative for skinny water anglers
two speed reel
Two-speed reels can accelerate your fishing success
Sport Fishing Mag
Potential world-record Pacific bluefin landed
Sport Fishing Mag
So I received an email last Friday from Sport Fishing contributing photographer Eric Kulin with a link to a video he had just finished editing.Apparently, Eric is now one of the fortunate few anglers who has made the trek up to Prince Edward Island in Canada to experience its giant bluefin tuna fishing. Kulin headed up there with three friends last September and fished with Bruce Brothers Charters.
Digital devices have forever changed fishing photography
A guide to the ever-expanding power options available to kayak anglers
Sport Fishing Mag
This is turning into the year of the giant yellowfin – and, apparently, they fancy the waters off Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.Only a couple months after Ron Tegland took an estimated 432-pounder aboard his 65-foot Monterey, Tenacious, Capt. Russell Oneil has weighed in another giant yellowfin, a 427.9-pounder, aboard the Journeyman.
Sport Fishing Mag
Talk about a spacious aft casting platform! OK, that may be stretching it a bit, but the folks at popular skiff builder Gheenoe shared with us that the University of Central Florida’s College of Engineering and Computer Science has completed construction of a solar-powered Gheenoe.
Sport Fishing Mag
The incredible fishing in the Florida Keys just keeps on a-comin’! Just a couple weeks after we reported about the massive tiger sharks being caught and released out of Islamorada’s Bud N’ Mary’s Marina by Capt. Nick Stanczyk, his uncle, Capt. Scott Stanczyk, tapped into an epic sailfish bite yesterday.
marina at Admiral’s Cove
Finding offshore action out of Jupiter inlet
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