Fish’ tronics

The Eagle Strataview 128, the Interphase Vista and the Si-Tex Nautilus NT are some of the electronics that can be used in fishing. Strataview 128 is a sounder that guides a fisherman in searching out fish or fish-laden structure.

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Avis Sports steers outdoor retail plan

Avis Sports is offering a merchandising and product purchasing plan, which will provide independent retailers with competitive advantage through product exclusivity, national advertising assistance and in-store merchandising support. The dealer plan has three levels of involvement, each featuring a variety of programs such as management training, point of sale computer inventory control and Avis business […]

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8 Things to Know When Taking Care of Golf Clubs

Golf clubs are expensive and quality sports gears so they can last for years and should be an investment in a long time. Taking a good care of them will last the durability while keeping the high levels of performance. If you don’t keep them clean in good conditions, they will degrade much faster and […]

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Reedsport’s great Wahl

After some long hard seasons on Alaskan waters, the fishing vessel Nuka Island was in need of a refit. The Kodiak-based scow needed a new deckhouse, major steel renovation, painting and other maintenance work – a job worth about half a million dollars. So after returning from the Bering Sea snow crab season, the Nuka […]

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Hammock Ideas To Enjoy In Your Backyard

Hammock is a great way to have a scientifically positive sleep at night and also a great source of entertainment in a lazy summer day. Am hammock can be a part and parcel of your daily bedding arrangement. Adventure loving people also use this item to sleep on their tour. Different hammock has different hammock […]

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Top beautiful landscapes in Vietnam

Wherever you go in the world, you will always find something naturally beautiful. As a tourist, you will, of course, prefer to go to the tourist attractions that are highly recommendable because these tourist spots are surely the most beautiful spots that the locals are proud of. Why do you go to beautiful places anyway? […]

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Bluefin season closed, then reopened

“My spring line is ready to go,” shouted one fisherman just after a federal judge in New York gave him back his livelihood. Nearly 300 commercial tuna fishermen from as far away as Maine and Florida cheered when Judge Leonard Wexler lifted a temporary restraining order he himself had imposed on the fishery only days […]

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A whale of a tale

Entrepreneurs explore the lure of fishing After reeling in a Grandview boat and tackle shop, Jay Zimmerman, David Ford and Joe Falco now must land it on an 11-acre site in Lee’s Summit where they’ll dig a lake and build a huge new store. The three purchased Bass Pro Shops of Kansas City from David […]

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Fear and Trolling on the Mississippi

WE WERE warned, Tom and I. The Mississippi River is a river of Old Testament furies: It coils, it seethes, it rages, it boils, it explodes, it drags you down, and with less effort than it requires to blow a biscuit crumb from a lip, it can spit you into a sludgy, wet forever. Consider […]

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