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  • Catching the Big One
    toneeees
    The local tackle shop reported that good numbers of tuna were being caught east of Chatham, off of Cape Cod, MA. That's about 60 miles from where we have our boat moored on Martha's Vineyard.


    You have to understand that for Cooper "Coop" Gilkes, the owner of Coop's Bait and Tackle, in Edgartown, MA, to tell me that good numbers of big tuna are being caught is like dangling a 5-pound box of wonderful chocolates in front of a chocoholic. The adrenalin starts flowing and...
    August 21st, 2014, 10:42 AM
  • Product Spotlight | All Aboard: Dogs
    toneeees
    To read this article visit the Dog Life Jackets, Vests & PFD's page.
    August 12th, 2014, 02:50 PM
  • Ask The Experts | Replace, Repair, Repower and Recycle
    toneeees

    If you're replacing, repairing or upgrading parts on your boat this winter, you might consider selling unused equipment to other local boaters or to online buyers to re-purpose those items. With many boats out of the water, you're likely to find other boaters looking to get their own vessel in tip-top shape before the spring thaw. Or, given the current value of copper, steel and other recyclable metals, you might consider recycling those materials to put some extra cash back into your boat...
    August 12th, 2014, 02:48 PM
  • Ask The Experts | Hurricane Sandy: Lessons Learned
    toneeees

    She came in the middle of the night at high tide on a full moon packing high winds and pushing an unprecedented wall of water ahead of her. Hurricane Sandy was the most devastating storm to hit the Northeast coast in recorded history, claiming over 75 lives and destroying thousands of houses and businesses. The massive flooding compounded by wind damage to the power grid left tens of millions of people in the dark, and 20 days after the storm, there were still tens of thousands of homes in
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    August 12th, 2014, 02:46 PM
  • Insurance Corner | Better Safe than Sorry
    toneeees
    Many boaters enjoy the solitude afforded when taking a boat out solo. However, a lone boater has fewer resources at his disposal, so take extra precautions when you go boating alone and follow the tips below to ensure a safer trip.
    1. Take a safety course: Those who boat alone should make safety a primary consideration. Boaters can prepare by taking a boating safety course, available through the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, United States Power Squadrons and commercial providers. Check with
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    August 12th, 2014, 02:44 PM
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  • Product Spotlight | All Aboard: Dogs

    To read this article visit the Dog Life Jackets, Vests & PFD's page.
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