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From the what’s-wrong-with-this-picture department: a boater looked down at the water only to find his boat trailer was still with him. Honestly, if we only knew the language spoken here, we might get a quick answer to the question plaguing us all: how do you get so far from the boat launch without knowing that
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“It’s hard to put into words, but it’s this,” Brett Mitchell said, using one hand to gesture to his surroundings while peddling a Hobie Pro Angler through a cypress-shrouded canal just off a Lake Moutrie […]
How many of you have a lakeside cafe you frequent? It took a trip to what’s become a local lakeside icon here in Austin, Texas to remind ourselves: there’s just something great about a cafe that tends to boaters, anglers, and those enjoying themselves near the rivers and lakes that make this country so great.
Like most outdoor activities, kayaking is a sport that requires certain kayaking apparel to protect you from the elements. When most people think of kayaking or kayak fishing, they imagine floating on a calm lake […]
Here’s what you might need (and want!) for camping in the Midwest. When most people think of the Midwestern United States, they don’t really think of fabulous camping. There are no mountains, just a few National Parks, and a sort of “seem one, seen them all” feel to the various states of Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana,
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If this doesn’t make you want to take it slow on the water, I don’t know what will. These guys are lucky to still be alive after attempting to break the world record for top speed on a bass boat. Their video claims they already broke the record once, but they wanted to see if