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  Every winter it seems like there is a topic or two that get talked about more than usual.  Well, with the unusual winters we had in 2020 and are currently having in 2021, there are a lot more of those things being discussed.  However, instead of at the bar or a favorite table at the marina watering hole, right...
How To Display Sea Surface Height Anomaly | Fish Mapping | SiriusXM Marine  Watch this video to learn how to display the Fish Mapping sea surface height anomaly feature on your Garmin display via your GXM 54 receiver.  
How To Display Weed Lines | Fish Mapping | SiriusXM Marine Watch this video to learn how to display the Fish Mapping weed lines feature on your Garmin display via your GXM 54 receiver.  
Fishing 101 With Bobber Stoppers I like fishing bobber stopper float rigs and I'm surprised at times when I mention them and fishermen give me that, "What you talkin' about Willis," look Gary Coleman made famous on the Different Strokes sitcom.  I know that bobber stopper rigs came from fresh water fishing, but so did a lot of fishermen that...
How To Display SiriusXM Marine Plankton Features In this video the Sirius XM Marine team show you how to display the Fish Mapping plankton features - concentration contours and front strengths - on your Garmin display via your GXM 54 receiver. To learn more about the Sirius XM Marine Fishing Mapping service view our podcast and article on the service here.   
Learn How To Display SiriusXM Marine Sea Temperature Features Watch this video to learn how to display the SiriusXM Marine Sea  Fish Mapping sea temperature features - contours, front strength, and 30m subsurface temperatures - on your Garmin display via your GXM 54 receiver.  
Choosing The Line & Leader For North Carolina Trophy Red Drum As most of you are aware, we are based out of Morehead City, N.C. Within 30 minutes of our office is the Neuse River/Pamlico Sound, home of the Trophy Red Drum (also called Old Drum). In the months of July-September, the fish migrate to the Pamlico and Neuse River area...
Capt. Noah Lynk - pair of nice flounder
  The 2020 NC flounder season will only be 6 1/2 weeks.  It opened on August 16 at 12:01 A.M. and will end at 11:59 P.M. on September 30.  This seriously limited fishing time is due to the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission seeing the need to reduce the flounder harvest to allow flounder to recover from all time lows. Fishermen have...
Tips on casting further
Five tips for increasing your casting distance Casting distance is at a premium in the contemporary fishing universe. Power fishermen know the value of a long cast: it means their lures will be in front of more fish, more often, for more hours of the day. Finesse anglers, chasing wary fish in clear water with small baits, likewise need to...
Crack the code to choose the right rod
Spring is just around the corner. Cardinals and robins are returning to backyard bird feeders, boats are being pulled out of storage, and across the country, anglers are scheming ways to roll their tax returns into new fishing-related purchases. We’re not talking about some new ChatterBaits or a couple of sacks of plastics; rather, plans are being set for...

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