August 5th 2010
Professional photographer Jon Schwartz was biding his time on the press boat during the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, when something wild happened. The crew of the 36 Hatteras Chiripa, the designated press boat, set out two lines hoping to catch ...
August 2nd 2010
The Coast Guard announced it will be cracking down on the practice of bow riding, meaning you can’t ride in the bow cockpit, as pictured above, while the boat is underway. According to the Coast Guard News website, this will ...
July 30th 2010
Just saw across the newswire that Brunswick has sold Triton Boats to Fishing Holdings, and the company will relocate from Ashland City, TN, to Flippin, AR. Earl Bentz, who founded the well-known bass and fiberglass saltwater boat company, will still ...
July 29th 2010
The dude posing in the picture above doesn’t know what he’s getting himself into. I try to avoid drinking coffee before heading out, for obvious reasons. Particularly when I’m on small, open boats. Problem: Being on the water on the ...
July 29th 2010
The Molokai Strait 75 luxury bluewater expedition yacht Hercules is an examples of top-of-the-line everything. For the ocean adventurer, the Molokai Strait yachts are built with steel hulls and aluminum topsides, lots of displacement and fuel. I first saw the ...
July 27th 2010
Lazzara posted this cool video of someone wake surfing behind a 75 today.
Great way to get some wave action when there are no real waves.
Here’s a video background:
And here’s the bad and the ugly all in one:
July 26th 2010
From Noah to the sinking of the whaleship Essex to The Perfect Storm, maritime disaster stories have kept audiences riveted in accounts recorded on the written page. But in the Youtube and reality TV era, and particularly with the immense ...
July 22nd 2010
Each has its own merits for spreading the word, and both have devotees that get a little creepy, but after exhaustive trial and error we’re going with Facebook.
July 21st 2010
Here’s a great article, with pictures that perfectly sum up the typical flats fishing experience, by Dr. Aaron Adams. Found by stumbling through Twitter.
(Shameless self-promotion: To follow me there, go to http://twitter.com/fishboatwrite.)
July 19th 2010
The type of site that makes you glad to be on the water. Some call it “God Light,” but we did not wish to offend our agnostic readers.
(If there’s lightning you’re not so glad.)