With the use of radars, fishermen are able to do things that have never been accomplished before in the angling world. Whether its predicting weather forecasts at your fishing grounds, or marking birds that would otherwise be out of sight, radars are an extremely valuable asset to any fisherman.
Radars are also an extremely important tool regarding boating safety. These machines enable boaters to detect channel markers, land masses and other boaters. When traveling at night or in harsh weather conditions, this key feature is invaluable.
In this video, Steve talks about his favorite features of Simrad Radars and how he uses them in the Florida Keys. To learn more about Simrad Radars, just click on the button below.
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Each of the fish we fish for have ways that they can be held safely. There are very few fish that we catch that do not have dangerous parts. Teeth, sharp fins, bills or gill rakers can all cause damage to your hands while other fish just react wildly to being held.
As a Captain or an avid fisherman, it is important to know how to handle each fish to get it in the Yeti or to release it safely and unharmed.
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Steve and Scott invite Kyle Shea to fish with them to try to land Tuna fast and beat the sharks.
S10:E10 - “Bimini Yellowfin” (2018)
Scott and Steve travel to Resorts World Bimini and find the Tuna
S10:E8 - “Memory Rock Bahamas” (2018)
Scott and Steve fish West End, Bahamas with Mike Schmidt. Lots of variety with reef fish!
S10:E7 - “Blue Marlin Cove” (2018)
Scott Walker and Steve Rodger travel to West End, Bahamas to visit Blue Marlin Cove Resort
S10:E5 - “Tuna At Hawks Cay” (2018)
Captain Steve and Captain Scott head out from Hawks Cay to the famed "Hump" for Blackfin Tuna
S10:E5 - “Happy Birthday To Me!” (2018)
Steve & Scott leave from Hawks Cay and on the last drop Scott gets a special fish for his birthday
S10:E4 - “Hawks Cay Swordfish & Mahi” (2018)
Capt. Scott & Capt. Steve head out from Hawks Cay in rough seas ahead but still find satisfaction.
S10:E3 - “Trick Or Treat” (2018)
Capt Scott and Capt Steve head out on a windy day in Key West to catch Sailfish & Blackfin