One thing every all of us boaters comes to understand, we’re at the mercy of the weather and checking out the forecast is just part of the deal. To help you get a quick read on the forecast, we’ve worked up this quick list of useful weather apps for your tablet and smart phone.
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Call it what you will, blue-water fever, inshore, flats, we all have our preferences when it comes to our favorite species of fish and the waters we enjoy. As for how we get there, the styles of boats are endless from small skiffs or bay boats to large sport-fishing battle wagons. What might not be clear to a would-be angler, what are the real, down and dirty differences between offshore and inshore fishing?
Did you purchase or work on a Composite Research boat in 2016? If so, chances are you or your local wrench might have asked one of the following top five boating service and maintenance questions.
It’s hard to overstate the importance of running the right propeller on your boat – whether you’re a top-notch professional angler or weekend recreation warrior. Your propeller is where it all comes together. Where technology meets the water. Where power becomes performance.
On our other websites we often write about which features are “best” when considering a specific type of boat. One thing that we don’t often spell out are the ins and outs on the many boat types we build and their purposes. So as a follow up to our previous post, “The Best Boat for Your Needs: Part 1″ we’re now shedding some light on the often confusing topic of boat types and which is best for you.
Sea Born LX22 Fish Trial
Comfortable fishability for the family
By Chris Woodward Posted 03/14/2016 at 1:27pm
A dry fall wind buffeted the spartina grass, churning the creek into a frothy tea brown as a mid-November cool front approached south Georgia. Despite the untenable trout-fishing conditions, Capt. Scott Griffin and Sea Born Boats’ Wally Bell met me at Hickory Bluff Marina, in rural Camden County. The Sea Born LX22 bumped and jostled against the floating dock.
As our minds turn to pumpkin pie and falling leaves, there’s unfortunately, another holiday tradition that isn’t quite as favorable, pink mold. That’s right, the season has arrived and with it the plethora and often colorful fungal growths on marine upholstery.