Monthly Archives: November 2012

A TRUE CLASSIC – “1954” LAZY BONES III.

                                    Lazy Bones III. Prior to the Tuna tower Being added Originally built in 1954, by Rybovich & Sons Boat Works,  for a … Continue reading

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“BASS MASTER”

HEADED TO WEIGHT IN! If only Kevin Van Dam could learn some lessons. Gotta Love it!       

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Annie Was A ferocious Angler – A Classy Lady

She probably didn’t weigh much over 100 pounds soaking wet, but Annie C. Kunkel was a ferocious angler, when in the cockpit or the fighting chair of a sport fishing boat. Annie, a member of the IWFA Hall of Fame … Continue reading

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CHECK OUT THESE BASS- ABT LURES DO THE TRICK

These huge bass were all caught on ABT Lures.  You can purchase yours at the Fishing Tackle Depot

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When Your Not Fishing – Why Not Racing?

When the fish aren’t biting- what could be better, than being anchored in the middle of the south turn of the World Offshore Power Boat Association’s world championship races off the Juno Beach pier – on a Saturday- Blue skies, … Continue reading

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TX 41 DATONA SPORTFISHING BOAT – 1 OF A KIND

I was a 15 year old mate in 1964 on the “Catchelot” drift fishing boat out of Palm Beach, Fl. when I saw this boat run down Lake Worth Lagoon for the first time. I was mesmerized by it’s overall … Continue reading

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Educate Yourself Before the Storm!

Let me first say, I am a second generation native from southeast Florida. I have been actively involved in the boating industry both professionally, and as a private boat owner for over 55 years. I have successfully moored 4 boats – from 29 … Continue reading

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