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Ask the Experts – Prepping For Winter Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell Nautical Humor – Spooky Jokes Stupid Human Boating Tricks An In-Depth Guide to Fishing Cork Featured Products and Specials

Nautical Humor Joke

Even though Halloween is past, we couldnít help but throw in a spooky joke or two. Enjoy!

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Stupid Human Boating Tricks

Part of his new winterizing routine was to remove the spark plugs and pour several ounces of oil into each cylinder. Then he cranks the motor over, to distribute the oil inside, and proceeds to...

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Ask the Experts

The Holidayís are just around the corner, but many of us are still getting a last few days on the water doing a little fishing, hunting, or enjoying the fall colors. But even at that, itís time for most of us to prep our boat for winter. At this time of year, enjoys helping our boating friends with this critical process, so come spring we can all enjoy being out on the water again. In Octoberís column, we provided a Winterization Checklist, and in this, our 2nd installment, our friends at Seloc Publishing, publishers of engine repair manuals, provide more valuable tips on boat and engine winterization.

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Red Sky at Night with JB Cornwell

Editorís note: We know many of our readers enjoy JBís articles. With his latest article, hereís a chance to get a little personal insight into our friend and columnist "JB" and how mentors have influenced his life.

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An In-Depth Guide to Fishing Cork
Florida Sport Fishing Article

Feeding game fish create loud popping and splashing sounds as they attack their quarry and drive helpless baitfish to the surface. Nearby predators, greedy and not wanting to miss out on an easy meal, are also attracted to the sound of this surface activity. Ultimately, popping corks provide the attracting power of a topwater plug with the hookup ratio of a single hook bait suspended below the surface.

Whether you call it a bobber, float or simply a cork, these devices are extremely efficient at triggering and signaling fish strikes. More importantly for inshore anglers, they effectively control the depth your offering is being presented at.

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