Sea Chaser 200 Flats Series by Carolina Skiff is Perfect for Anglers Who Love the “Flats”

Fisherman who love to get “skinny” have a great passion to catch many different species on the ‘Flats”. From shallow water, creeks, grass flats and edges of mangroves, fishing the shallow water can be a great challenge and a lot of fun. Depending on your area and time of the year, redfish, trout, snook,

Getting Ready for the Primal Pull with Carolina Skiff

Each spring, amberjack, African pompano, blackfin tuna, grouper, snapper and a host of other species begin ganging up on wrecks and reefs of South Florida and the Florida Keys from 100 to 350-feet of water. It’s a perfect time for anglers to enjoy some of the most brutal tugs-of-war ever on light

Modern Design Gives Boaters More

Boat designs and materials have come a long way from the way boats were built a hundred years ago when framing and planking out of wood severely limited the shape of a boat. Now with fiberglass, Kevlar, Carbon Fiber, and other high tech composite materials boats can be built stronger, lighter and

Royal Treatment

King mackerel are easy to catch. Tournament-caliber kings, those topping 40 pounds or more, are a challenge, however. Also called “smokers” because they smoke line off the reel on their initial run and make great smoked fish dip afterwards, big mackerel are definitely catchable. But to do so requires a

Save Big with Skeeter’s Sizzling Summer Savings

If you are shopping for a deal on a new boat, the search is over just in time for the best fishing of the summer. You can own the choice of the pros while getting top value with a brand new, fully rigged Skeeter Boat.

Rendezvous Time

According to Webster’s a rendezvous is “A place appointed for assembly or meeting.” That doesn’t sound too exciting and does not describe the way boaters define their rendezvous. Annual boaters rendezvous are designed so that boat owners can get together with other owners of similar boats, and

Skeeter Owner’s Tournament Celebrates Milestone

Skeeter Boats celebrates not one, but two anniversaries this year with its 70th anniversary of making boats, and the 25th anniversary of the Skeeter Owner’s Tournament.

Springtime for Inshore Fishing

The answer is similar to how the change of seasons stirs animals into action. Warming water temperatures equate to the same transitional behavior now that inshore saltwater species anticipate and anglers enjoy in spring.

Crossing an Ocean Opens the World

For centuries people have dreamed of heading out to sea. Gliding over the waves on a sailboat propelled only by the wind seems idyllic compared to our everyday drudgery. For those able to make this dream a reality going to sea is a transformational experience. Guiding a vessel under sail provides a feeling of self-sufficiency like

Five Lures for Spawning Bass

Spawn conditions during the Spring can be one of the most challenging times for anglers. Largemouth bass tend not to chase prey too far, and one of the keys to success is finding artificials that present a realistic profile with little action; during this transition time, less is more, and covering ground is the key to success. Here are five

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