November 19, 2013 in At the Helm
Learn from the pros about the tactics of bringing in billfish off the dredge.
By SaltWater Sportsman’s John Brownlee
As we approached the large flock of frigate birds hovering just above the surface, I began to make out sailfish dorsals cutting through the water beneath them. Frantic baitfish sought escape as death loomed above and below them, often to no avail. The frigates and sailfish had them trapped. Read the rest of this entry →
November 6, 2013 in At the Helm
Drew Gregory, Blog 1
Impromptu Fishing Trips are Sometimes the Best
In Mid-October I was in Tennessee for the Jackson Kayak Dealer Summit. I had one free day after the festivities and was just driving around casually, rockin my Sperry SON-R Sandals, and randomly decided to passed a river and decided to just throw my Coosa kayak in the water and see what happened. My new dog Lu joined me and on this short and impromptu trip and as always she always doing something funny. Read the rest of this entry →
October 22, 2013 in At the Helm
September 20, 2013 in At the Helm
By Cruising World’s Eleanor Lawson
Entering Essaouira is not for the faint-hearted or deep-keeled.
The channel is tiny and shallow but luckily well-described by the pilot book. As Essaouira is an active commercial fishing port, the only place for a sailboat is to tie up alongside the 30-foot Essaouira Sailing Tour boat, run by a very nice guy named Saeed and his English-speaking sidekick Omar. The wind rips inside the breakwater but the harbor is very protected. Read the rest of this entry →
August 26, 2013 in At the Helm
For Immediate Release
August 24, 2013 Read the rest of this entry →