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BOAT SENSE: ADDING FUNCTIONAL LUXURY TO YOUR BOAT

What is luxury on a sport fishing or family boat? Ask any 10 owners and you are likely to get an equal number of answers, with a laundry list of "functional luxury" must have additions for your boat, from bow thrusters to thru-stern windlass.
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BOAT SENSE: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT REPOWERING

In The Fisherman's August installment of our monthly Boat Sense feature, Capt. John Raguso looks at the benefits of repowering with some of the latest technological advancements from the world of outboard engines.
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BOAT SENSE: MAXIMIZING RANGE, SPEED & FISHING TIME

The Fisherman's "Boat Sense" column for July looks at your boat’s optimum fuel economy and realistic range, the secrets to knowing how far you can travel and how much fishing time you will get.


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BOAT SENSE: HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTER CONSOLES

Be first at the canyon, last to leave the bite, and still be back at the weigh station with time to spare with the new breed of high performance center consoles; a June "Boat Sense" spotlight in The Fisherman Magazine.


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BOAT SENSE: NORTHEAST INSHORE FISHING BOATS

The Fisherman Magazine's monthly "Boat Sense" feature for May spotlights northeast inshore fishing boats and what makes each layout unique in its singular focus to gets rods bending.


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BOAT SENSE: FAMILY FISHING BOATS

The ideal family fishing boat can go a long way toward building a lifetime of lasting memories, and the latest installment from The Fisherman's 2017 Boat Sense series looks at some family-friendly layouts.
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BOAT SENSE: INSHORE FISHING BOATS

In this installment of The Fisherman Magazine’s monthly “Boat Sense” series for 2017, Capt. John Raguso breaks down the finer points of the ideal inshore fishing boat for Northeast and Mid-Atlantic anglers.
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2017 BOAT BUYER'S GUIDE

It's a good time to be a boater and a prospective boat-buyer with steady and reasonable fuel prices, a plentiful domestic supply of oil and the fall's political hysteria behind us.
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