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Posted on Feb 24, 2012 in Get Reel
Salt Water Sportsman
The annual Miami International Boat Show took place last week, and as usual, it was a whirlwind of press conferences, new product introductions, cocktail parties and more. It’s also the place where I run into a ton of old friends, people I typically only see at that show, a great time for reconnecting and sharing stories from the past - mostly fishing tales from one place or another. Read More
Posted on Feb 16, 2012 in Get Reel, Miami Boat Show
Salt Water Sportsman
At this year's Miami International Boat Show -- currently underway at the Miami Beach Convention Center -- we attended a press conference put on today by Pursuit Boats. At the press conference Pursuit did not introduce a new model boat but instead introduced a new concept in ways to fund research for breast cancer science. They showed us a boat wrapped in a blue and pink wrap depicting a pink mermaid swimming through blue sparkling water. This mermaid signifies Pursuit's commitment to donate money from every boat sold at the Miami show to breast cancer research at Johns Hopkins University. Read More
Posted on Feb 16, 2012 in Get Reel, Miami Boat Show
Salt Water Sportsman
Contender had long been known as a builder of serious offshore fishing boats, but they threw the fishing world a curve ball at the Miami Boat Show this year by introducing a full-on bay boat. The 25-footer features a stepped hull and is said to reach speeds over 70 mph with a f300 Yamaha. It's a bold and innovative move, one that's sure to prove popular with the boat buying public.    Read More
Posted on Feb 9, 2012 in Get Reel
Salt Water Sportsman
Every so often, it’s good to try something new in terms of how and where we fish. We all tend to fall into angling ruts from time to time, and branching out to search for new species, or try something completely different, can refresh our fishing perspective in a positive way. I had such an experience recently, not with my own angling adventures, but with a couple of friends. Read More