This is the largest Boat Seat sale that Boat Depot has had in over five years. Save up to $300 a pair on some of the most popular offerings of Wise, Tempress, Todd & Tracy International.
There are seats here for every budget – every boat. Hurry – sale runs through March 6th!
Old Harbor Outfitters & Southport Brewing Company are presenting the annual 2012 Striper Challenge in Milford, Connecticut. The largest weigh-in striper angler will receive a $10,000 cash prize and trophy. Prizes including travel and angler gear are reserved for second and third place winners. The tournament will run Friday June 29th to Sunday July 1st and anglers can fish from either boat or shore. This is a great opportunity to get out on the water with your friends and family for the chance to win while doing what we all love – fishing.
Personalized Freeport, Long Island Fishing Adventures
Sea Rogue Fishing Charters of Freeport, Long Island is one of the leading providers of high quality fishing adventurers for small groups of anglers. Sea Rogue Charters limit the number of anglers they take out to 3 so everyone can have the full attention of the crew.
The folks at Sea Rogue Fishing Charters know that fishing is supposed to be fun and have tours available along Long Island’s south shore for any anglers taste. Whether you are a hardcore fisherman or just want to enjoy an afternoon with your family your crew will know exactly where to take you to get the most out of your fishing excursion.
Anderson Fishing Guide of www.fishingct.com landed the largest striped bass ever caught on video off of Eastern Long Island Sound. Just look at the size of this monster! It must have been grueling to get this fish in the boat but than the fisherman let this guy go to let someone else have a shot at it. What a great start to the season.
Takayuki Nozawa – when this man’s boat was swept out to sea by the Japanese tsunami in 2011 he decided to make the rescue mission personal. Mr. Nozawa hired a helicopter to take him to where his boat had been swept by the tsunami and fearlessly plunged into the ocean while the helicopter hovered above his vessel. I can’t even imagine the adrenaline that must have been pumping through his veins as he looked down below at the ocean being disturbed by the blades from the helicopter. Nor can I imagine the overwhelming joy he felt as he climbed aboard his 57′ Betram named “Golden Bay”.
The water that Takayuki jumped into from 50 feet above was a chilling temperature of about 45 degrees Fahrenheit. “The cold so bad I think I die,” he said with a grin, “so I swim fast.” This man’s courage and dedication to bringing home his “home away from home” is something to truly be marveled at – tens of thousands of people lost their boats because they were claimed by the tsunami – this man refused to let his boat suffer the same fate.
April 3, 2012 – A monster swordfish weighing in close to the 700 pound mark was snagged this previous Tuesday off the Florida Keys. The fish was reported as being 107 inches long with a girth of 70 inches.
The fish was caught by Mike Driskell, the Mystique’s boat mate, who lives in Little Torch Key on a electric Shimano Tiagra reel. The fish striked a 5 pound bonito fish on an 80-pound braid about 30 miles to south of Marathon, Florida Tuesday afternoon.
The crew weighed the fish on a certified International Game Fish Association scale at Key Colony Beach Marina. This was the second swordfish weighing in excess of 500 pounds caught within the last 10 days and is believed to be the biggest swordfish ever caught off the Florida Keys during daytime hours.
Unfortunately, because the fish was caught on an electric reel it will not qualify for a state or an IGFA record. A 612.75-pound broadbill caught off Key Largo at night on May 7, 1978, will continue to reign as the biggest swordfish ever caught in the Florida Keys without an electric reel.
Daytime swordfishing techniques were only recently pioneered in the last decade and the professionals only continue to get better at it. “I tip my hat to all the guys who have pioneered this thing,” Rabito said. “It has paved the path for the younger guys and gives you great respect for those that went out there, spent a lot of time and experimented.”
Spectators at the weigh in were treated to complimentary swordfish steaks after all the measurements had been completed. One thing is sure – there are still some monster fish out there waiting to give a fight to a good angler.
Captain Dave of http://www.captdaveonline.com located in New York –> New York Bight has reported that he and his guests had some great flounder fishing on opening day April 1, 2012. Captain Dave said “with the nice weather we had the fish never went into the mud.” Captain Dave sails daily for flounder fishing at 9 A.M. By the end of the day they had caught well over 50 fish and the biggest weighed in around 2.5 lbs. Captain Dave gave credit to their chumboy, Little Buffalo for his hard work and help landing all these fish and making it a successful day.
Captain Dave has years of salt water fishing experience and has tours that can fit anyone’s schedule.
Here is a great old time website that has served professional captains for well over a decade, Nautical Outfitters. Stacey Hudspeth, who has been the backbone of the company from the start, tells us that they have recently added many new items, including marine electronics and navigational tools. “In the past,” explains industry veteran hudspeth, “Nautical outfitters focused on high tech yacht boarding stairs, dock steps and luxury helm seats. Those items remain at the core of our website, however boaters of all stripes will find more items than ever on our pages. As always – we guarantee that we will beat any price on boat seating.”
Visit Nautical Outfitters today at http://www.Nautical-Outfitters.com
The Very Best in Marine Supplies, Helm Seats, Helm Chairs, Boat Seats, Boat Chairs, Boat Accessories and Boating Supplies
Proudly serving the commercial, governmental, and recreation marine & boat markets with quality marine supplies and boat accessories. Nautical Outfitters proudly offers helm seats, helm chairs, boat seats, boat boarding stairs, boat davits, boat leaning posts, marine live wells, bait tanks and more.
Sometimes, it takes a little pain to motivate design. Such was the case with Tracey International’s Boarding Stairs. Yacht captains and crew have long suffered pinching type injuries to their hands while wrestling unweildy boarding staris into their brackets. There hade to be a better way, didn’t there? The engineers at Tracy international, makers of some of the finest helm chairs ever built, thought so. So the developed a true “no pinch” design that easily allows a single crew member to put boarding staris, up to nine steps, into service with no pain.
In addition, the company’s patented “Quick-release Mounting Bracket System” makes these the easiest boarding stairs to handle in the industry.
Tracy International’s Boarding Stairs are constructed with anodized aluminum and stainless steel to withstand the marine environment and provide years of dependable service. 4 SS casters facilitate smooth contact with dock while the boat is free to move with the current and tide. The unique stowable design folds for easy storage. Mounting is quick and easy to two permanently mounted, self-locking, stainless steel catch pads that are provided with each unit. Optional second handrail is available for additional boarding security. Strength, durability and good looks make these stairs an added attraction to any captain’s boat.
For more information, contact Tracy International at 1 800 275 2436 or visit http://www.tracy-intl.com
Tank Depot is the ultimate source for serious fish storage and transportation. Offering the guaranteed lowest prices on insulated ice and dry ice boxes from Seaplast, Promens and Polar.
“There is just no other way to go,” explains Tank Depot’s Mike Stony, “if you are serious about preserving market quality fish. We sell these boxes to commercial fishing operations from coast to coast, of course. But more and more sporties are using them in order to preserve the quality of their catches. There is just no comparing these commercial-grade boxes with Igloo ice chests or even high end coolers, for that matter.”
Polyurethane foam insulation that helps keep product cold up to five days when properly iced. Corners designed with increased strength and molded-in handle areas make these boxes exceptionally durable. Many models are fork liftable.
Tank Depot boast the largest selection and guarantees anglers the lowest prices and best freight rate.
Contact Tank Depot at 866-926-5603 or visit http://www.Tank-Depot.com