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Miami Boat Show

Each year, we are on scene at the Miami Boat Show, covering the latest in boats and gear.
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    February 16, 2012
    Lehr's new 2.5 and 5 hp outboards use the same fuel as your BBQ - no, not charcoal, but propane. You can even hook up a Lehr outboard to the same propane tank as your BBQ, or you can pop in a 16.4-ounce cylinder, the same kind used for a Coleman lantern. Read More
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 16, 2012
    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
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 20, 2014
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 19, 2013
    Eight awards and two honorable mentions were presented to manufacturers for innovative achievement at the show. Read More
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 14, 2013
    This new Simrad VHF packs a lot features into an innovatively priced package. Read More
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    February 17, 2013
    Newly introduced offshore fishing machines from the top boat manufacturers. Read More
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    February 15, 2013
    A sampling of new engines featured or introduced at this year's show. Read More
  • Fly Fishing in Salt Waters
    February 8, 2013
    Show features more than 2,000 local, national and international companies, showcasing more than 3,000 of the newest boats. Read More
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 16, 2012
    One of Garmin's  big product announcements at the Miami International Boat Show is a new family of three thermal and low-light cameras. The GCT 30,GCT 20, and GCL 20 are all equipped for pan, tilt and zoom. Top of the line GCT 30 high-resolution thermal runs about $14,0000, and its low-res brother, the GCL 20 is priced at $8,995.99. Both allow you to see in total darkness. If that's a bit steep, the GCL 20 offers a low-light camera instead of the thermal imager. It's priced around $4,000. and sized, just over 2.5 pounds, for just about any boat. Read More
  • Salt Water Sportsman
    February 14, 2014
    Welcome to the Miami Boat Show — from the latest electronics to the newest boats on the market. Read More
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