Boat Maintenance Basics

When most people think about owning a boat, they focus on the sunshine and pleasant days spent in quiet coves, catching that one great fish or the times spent with family tubing and waterskiing. What they don’t think about is the time spent on the bilge cleaning, oil changes, winterizing and storage. Boat maintenance can be a daunting task, but it is a necessary part

Ladies Style & Warmth for this fall starts with a Vest!

  Ladies Style & Warmth for this fall starts with a Vest! Any female will tell you that style and fashion are important…to a point. Some search only for that specific color in order

Don’t Overlook your feet in Colder Temperatures!

The beginning of the debate is always the same: the sock drawer in the house is almost as scary as that hall closet

Now is the Time for Amazon Prime

Hard to believe, but the holidays are rapidly approaching!  Now is the time to start exploring the best options and programs for online shopping

Now is the Time for Amazon Prime

Hard to believe, but the holidays are rapidly approaching!  Now is the time to start exploring the best options and programs for online shopping

Born in America: The History of Evinrude Engines – The First Outboard

  Born in America: The History of Evinrude Engines – The First Outboard   Ole Evinrude was born on a farm in Norway on April 19, 1877, one of eleven children born to Andrew and Beatta Evinrude. At the age of five, Ole moved, by ship with his family to America, settling in Cambridge, Wisconsin. […]

Dove Recipes for Every Part of the Feast

Dove recipes come in all forms – from fancy to family dinners. From grilled to sautéed to Grandma’s “best of the best” meals, the dove can be the star of many main courses. But…let us begin with the appetizer portion. There are many dishes out there that can be used for this part of the feast, but when it comes to dove meat, there is one recipe – the Pan-Fried Dove Appetizer – that is heralded by many as being the best…although the Dove Kabobs come in a close second.

September in Maine: Get Out the Fishing Pole!

Fish love Maine in the fall. For the majority of species, September is the month that calls for them to migrate, spawn and eat. Which, of course, calls out to the fisherman and woman to get out the fishing pole!

Targeting Wahoo In The Panhandle Region With Capt. Pat Dineen

If you’re going to find wahoo on a regular basis during the summer months, you’re going to have to cover a lot of water. That’s how you find the floating objects that are holding fish when there’s not a lot of defined rips or current edges to work.

A Day In The Life of Jonny, Blackdog Cats

For Jonny, a life based around music and marine pursuits come together daily. From his work in design and supervising the workshop at Blackdog Cat boat builder, to his leisure time, which is spent on board his 17-foot boat on the waters surrounding Northland New Zealand’s Whangarei Heads – Jonny loves having his StereoActive as an accompaniment to his adventures.

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