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August 29, 2019

It can be a bit of a pain fishing for a couple of hours over a favorite spot, without a single hit! In the meantime, a hovering fish hawk (=osprey) plunges to the surface, and on its first try, it emerges with a nice size fish in its claws! Yikes, that sight could make...

August 29, 2019

You’ve been tracking the forecast of an upcoming storm.  It might have passed offshore but now the track is shifting and you worry that your boat might be in the path.  You take a ride to the marina and a number of boat owners are there discussing how best to prepare....

August 29, 2019

I have had people ask me from time to time how I got so involved in boating. The answer is easy. My father was a commercial fisherman, who also worked as a mechanic and  a pipefitter in the off-season. While in high school and college, I worked as a mate for him during...

August 29, 2019

Boy, this season is flying by. On June 28th I returned from an offshore trip only to find the back of my starboard engine was covered in oil. It turned out that the powerhead had a small crack. My boat was laid up the entire month of July. However, that didn’t stop me...

August 29, 2019

September is an interesting time of year to be on the ocean because literally, anything can happen.  If the summer has been warm, species from the south along with some offshore monsters may wander in along the shoreline to feed. Shark week features attacks and sightin...

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