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Pro leader Joe Okada (left) and co-angler Hans Schneeberger (right) hold up four giant Green Bay walleyes. STURGEON BAY, Wis. – Open-water walleye fishing on the Great Lakes can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, wind is necessary to trigger the bite as it decreases light penetration. On the other, too much wind can make boat control difficult and can restrict anglers from reaching the most productive areas. Having precisely the right amount of wind is a rarity, but…

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All of South Dakota Invited to Oahe Days and the Next TESTRIDE™ Event with Ranger Boats Minneapolis, Minn. (June 22, 2016) – It’s summer—officially—and one of the best things about summer are festivals—like Oahe Days in Pierre, South Dakota. Ranger Boats’ TESTRIDE will be there with the blue canopy tents on Saturday, June 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. TESTRIDE will host free rides on Ranger Boats with skilled, professional anglers at the helm. It’s the perfect way to…

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This month’s newsletter is focusing on a hot topic – ethanol. Summer is the time of year people gas up their boats and outdoor recreational vehicles for some fun in the sun. And nothing can ruin a great day outdoors faster than getting stranded on the water or in the woods because your engine broke down. Fuel with higher concentrations of ethanol, like E-15, can cause serious mechanical problems. Too much ethanol causes engines to run at a much higher…

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Keep your mobile charts up to date! Navionics makes it easier to enjoy your time on the water by providing you with the most current charts available! Every year, we make hundreds of thousands of updates to our Nautical Chart, integrating new Hydrographic Office Charts, Notices to Mariners, new publications, our own surveys and reports from users. Plus, SonarChart™ and Community Edits get continuous improvements with contributions from boaters like you! Updates can include coastline and contour improvements, buoy changes, sandbar shifts,…

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