Power & Motoryacht

Getting into the Game

Most anglers who enjoy saltwater fishing gravitate toward one or two favorite species and then spend most of their time pursuing those fish. As their experience and knowledge grow, these same anglers will likely branch out to try new and different aspects of the saltwater game, oft en by taking a trip to unfamiliar waters a few times a year.

But, inevitably, those among us who possess a fiercely competitive spirit opt to go the route of formal competition, entering the complex world of fishing tournaments. Some do so because they simply enjoy the camaraderie that comes with being around fellow fishermen. Shared experience and knowledge definitely

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