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April 25, 2018

There’s no denying that seahorses are mesmerizing little creatures. They sport a head that resembles that of a horse. Have eyes like a chameleon, a pouch like a kangaroo and a prehensile tail like a monkey. Ready for their most unusual trait? A seahorse is the only the...

April 25, 2018

Paul Gardner Allen is an American business magnate, investor and philanthropist who besides being the co-founder of Microsoft Corporation is the founder and Chairman of Seattle based Vulcan Inc. Which is the catalyst behind Allen’s network of organizations and initiati...

April 25, 2018

Lately, I have been giving serious thought to repowering my 13ft. Whaler Sport with a 450hp outboard. Presently I have a 40 on it.  My “speed is everything son” feels its way too slow. Actually “embarrassing” was the word used. I notice his sons Nico, 10 and Lucas, 7 a...

April 25, 2018

As I pen this in early April, Jersey anglers are still left in limbo on what exactly the summer flounder regulations are going to be. Add to that the uncertainty of black sea bass regulations, as we still don’t know the exact scope of either season. Ughhhh…such is life...

April 25, 2018

Odds are you have never called the Coast Guard for an emergency. Sure, you learned about it when you took a safe boating course and you know what to do. However, chances are you have never done or haven’t done it in a long time. So here, by way of a refresher, is the s...

April 25, 2018

Winter never seemed to end, poking us in the side several times more before settling into the history books. We learned new weather terms from the talking weather heads like, “vortex” and “bomb cyclone” which, not all that long ago would have been referred to as a stro...

April 25, 2018

I have recently returned from Aloha land having been blessed to go to my niece’s wedding on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. On her wedding day, naturally the bride was stunning and the groom handsome in his Marine’s uniform. The wedding was up at the western tip of the i...

April 25, 2018

As the darkening clouds of an impending world war loomed, the rumble of throaty marine engines roared in the waters off of Sarah’s Ledge in the Long Island Sound. Ten boats jockeyed for position at the starting line awaiting a radio call that would indicate that they c...

April 25, 2018

When I met Captain Rich LaRocca we talked about his work, commercial fishing, and I took his card so I could call sometime in the future when I planned to do the commercial fishing article for L.I.B.W. Within hours of meeting Capt. Rich, I had an unrelated business cal...

April 25, 2018

I was eating the ice cream as fast as I could but the hot sun and warm wind melted the two large scoops of chocolate faster than I could eat them. My teeth were freezing as drops of melted cream streamed down my hand dripping into the hot sand. I didn’t care though bec...

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