Kahoolawe island and Molokini Crater

Kahoʻolawe to Open For Fishing on Limited Dates

18/9/2019 - Fishermen will be able to troll in Kahoʻolawe waters from Sept. 28 to 29. Access to the reserveʻs waters is highly restricted because of the unexploded bombs that are still present from the military training era, according to the Kahoʻolawe Island Reserve Commission. KIRC also regulates access to protect the… SEE MORE
Boat Blue Knot Dock Anchor Sea Rope Fishermen

Boating 101: Choosing the Right Rope

12/6/2019 - By Boat US. Like many other boating products, rope is not a static commodity, but is still evolving and improving.  When you buy, read the latest product information. Most boaters will use either one form or another of nylon and perhaps also polypropylene.  Nylon For most docking and anchor lines,… SEE MORE
Soundcast VG5 Speaker

Soundcast VG5 Bluetooth Speaker

22/5/2019 - By Lucas Fischer. Want some Rolling Stones while enjoying the rolling waves? Water isn’t friendly to most speakers, and it can be a tough battle for us boaters to bring sound to our decks. However, Soundcast’s versatile VG5 bluetooth loudspeaker is strong enough to bump-start a boat party, while small… SEE MORE

Southern California Halibut Fishing Tips

26/4/2019 - By Jim Hendricks Many anglers associate California halibut fishing with drifting or slow-trolling over mud and sand flats. Yet some of the most consistent fishing takes place adjacent to structure such as wrecks, outcroppings, jetties, breakwaters and artificial reefs. In my early years of fishing, we’d hook one or two… SEE MORE