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Kayak Fishing with the Pros is Saturday
There will be boat demos from Mercury, Nitro, Skeeter, Triton and Yamaha, interactive B.A.S.S. sponsor displays and a family-friendly Bass Bash Festival with arts and crafts vendors, kids activities, a food truck expo and a Big Red Bus blood drive
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Confines Buster Kit The MotorGuide Bounce Buster is designed to prevent trolling motor mount, motor, and boat damage when navigating hazy water. Featuring a high-impact plastic tube with a rubber foot, there is a model available to fit any Gator Mount. It attaches using the mount's existing mat. The tube is cut to the required length for proper spacing between the mount and front deck of the boat. The Bounce Buster pivots off the fount of the mount in the stow position to prevent downward momentum caused by rough water impact, keeping the mount and motor swing solid on the boat. In the fishing position, the Bounce Buster cleanly folds out of the way. Perfect for bass boat applications where the front deck of the motor yacht is less than 12 inches of the head of the mount. See the Bounce Buster II rigged on the 2007 Triton Bassmaster Classic Bass Boats.
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I don't make promises lightly, but when I do, I keep them - just ask my kids. I am pretty positive that I have kept every promise I have ever made to them. My father had a boat. I would like to say I fished with him, but:. He just liked the drinking side of boating. Mostly, he just took it out in Tampa Bay and drank beer with friends. I did manage to drown and die under the boat, but that is a different story entirely. So while I grew up near the water, I didn't really grow up fishing (except a few docks) , and I definitely NEVER grew up offshore fishing. As an adult, one of my very first boats was an old Ranger bass boat. I used it at Lake Talquin for a couple of years, then I moved it down to the coast and ran it out of St. Marks. I used to run it down the Wakulla River often, past the lighthouse and fish all those shallow and complicated oyster bars. To prove that I am going back a few years, here are my kids enjoying fishing on it on the Wakulla river. If you are thinking to yourself, bass boats aren't really designed for saltwater fishing, well, you would be correct. But that didn't stop me from doing it anyway. Turns out, the boat had a significant hole in the hull near the stern (which I never knew) , but I fished with it anyway. In fact, I fished the CRAP out of that boat. Often, I would sit near the St. Marks lighthouse on the Ranger, look out onto the vast Gulf of Mexico horizon and longingly wonder what it would be like to fish - OUT THERE. What were the mysteries farther offshore. Now for those of you who have never upgraded from a 17 ft bass boat to a 24 ft bay boat, I can assure you that the change is SIGNIFICANT and intimidating. There is a BIG difference between a 17 ft boat and a 24 ft boat. What was kind of cool about the Triton was that it had a modified hull, so in some ways, it got up on plane just like the Ranger did, but it was definitely a much bigger and heavier boat. In fact, many people around the marina still call me "Geek" because they loved the boat name. Well, that's my story at least as to why they still call me geek. I/we pushed that bay boat HARD. I can't tell you how many times I would say, as we were getting slammed in 3-4 ft seas, "I need a bigger boat, I need a bigger boat". We would often take it out to K Tower and, a few times, Bryson Reef (which was like an eternity away if the seas were more than 1-2 feet ) - which they often were. When I was sitting on Bryson Reef, which is almost exactly between K Tower and V Tower, I would look at V Tower (10 miles away) and think, "I wonder what it would be like to fish - OUT THERE. What were the mysteries of fishing V Tower. I was always afraid to take the Triton all the way out to V Tower. 30 miles offshore in a bay boat, apparently, was my personal safety limit. Honestly, bay boats are not designed to run 30 miles offshore. 3 miles, maybe, but definitely not 30 miles. To be honest again, I had no business being 15-20 miles offshore, which I did regularly with that boat. Captaining my own boat to V Tower was a goal that I wasn't sure I would ever achieve in this lifetime. So, many years ago, while I still owned the Triton, I made a to myself that, if I ever Captained my own boat to V Tower, I would get a tattoo. After owning the Triton for a few years, I sold it to a nice gentleman down in Clearwater named David. Hopefully, he is still enjoying it. It still ran fantastic when I sold it. Then - I bought the Century. It is worth reiterating: If you have never upgraded from a 24 ft bay boat to a 32 ft deep V, then you may not understand just how intimidating that is. I mean, the Century is a "beast". Scared me to death when I water tested it for the first time over in Pensacola. Scared me even more to death, when I captained it all the way back with Gene and Sam from Pensacola to Panacea. (Took 2 1/2 days, btw). In the summer of 2016, I had some friends on the Century. I'm sorry gentleman, I can't remember EXACTLY who was on the boat that day, (Jeff, Gene, Nick, Mike and Jim, I think. ) but I know that we had intentions of fishing V Tower. About 2 miles from V Tower (so close) , a thunderstorm came up directly over the tower:. No, not gonna make it there today boys, so I turned.
Slashed Sea Bass with Red Onions, Mushrooms, and New Potatoes (butter, chili oil, cracked black pepper, lemon juice, potato, pesto, portobello mushroom cap, red onions, sea salt)
Simple Oven-Baked Sea Bass (olive oil, black pepper, garlic, italian seasoning, lemon, salt, sea bass, white wine vinegar)
Ham Salad Pineapple Boats (ham, celery, green pepper, mayonnaise, mustard, pineapple)
Stuffed Zucchini Boats (thyme, eggs, french bread, ground beef, onions, parmesan cheese, salt, tomato sauce, water, zucchini)
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