20 April 2014

• Corrosion: Enemy of Saltwater Anglers


“Stainless steel, brass, bronze, copper, zinc and aluminum are often used to combat corrosion in the marine environment, but none of these materials are totally immune from all the different types of corrosion that can occur.

"Whether it’s our tackle, our boats, our motors or our equipment, corrosion is probably the most costly nemesis and biggest pain in the butt saltwater fishermen deal with.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: DelMarVaNow.com



• “Find Your Boat’s Proper Trim for Best Running Attitude”

“Many things can affect the performance of your boat, but one that’s consistently underutilized is proper trim.

”Running at the right attitude will increase your speed, reduce your fuel consumption and greatly improve the comfort of your ride.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: FloridaSportsman.com



• Cape Cod’s Sea-Run Trout Fishing

“Little did I know that this particular river-known best for its searun trout fishery-is also one of the best places on Cape Cod to target stripers over the next 2 weeks.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: TauntonGazette.com



• New York City Area: “Cold Weather Doesn't Mean Fishing Season Slows Down”

“Last weekend metro-area anglers were happy just to be out on the water with rod and reel in hand.

”Despite the chilly water temps, some even caught fish.”

Please visit this link to read the full article: NYDailyNews.com





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