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HMY - Doug Donohue • (954) 914-4303 “TIGHTLINE” 61’ 2005 VIKING SF C-32 CATs. LOADED & READY TO FISH!

CHARLESTON HARBOR YACHT SALES - pg. 33 2007 Sea Ray 36 DB • Repo! $199,000 Offers!

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HMY - Robert Everton • (843) 442-4205 • pg. 10 29’ MAKO 1996 w/2004 • Yamaha 300HPDIs, trailer included: $39.9K

BLUEWATER YACHT SALES - John Riggs • pg. 19 64’ Paul Spencer 2003 • T/3412 CATS-Low Hours-One Owner 31 KT Cruise. Asking $1,599,000 • Call (91)262-5566

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HMY - George Ivey • (904) 476-7831 • pg. 11 50’ VIKING 1995 Convertible • 820hp MANs, LOADED! PRICE REDUCED!

KEVIN PARKER YACHT SALES • pg. 28 Intrepid 377 Walkaround 2007 Model • Loaded with every option, custom paint, extended warranty on 4 stroke Verado’s. Great opportunity!

RELIANT MARINE • pg. 32 2002 Endeavour 44’ TrawlerCat, Twin Yanmar 240’s, 16 Knot Cruise, $249K • Yacht Maintenance, Boat Rentals, Bareboat Charters

DONNELLY YACHT SALES • pg. 27 2007 Hatteras 54 CNV • CAT C32 1650hp Captained Maintained / Absolutely Flawless

HMY - Doug Donohue • (954) 914-4303 “MARY LAUREN” 49’ EAST BAY • CAT power, MOTIVATED OWNER WANTS OFFERS!

MOREHEAD YACHT SALES/MATHEWS POINT YACHT SALES • pg 1 1999 52’ Custom Carolina $549,000 • Call 252-726-6862 Ext. 5 For information on all brokerage boats!

HMY - Doug Donohue • (954) 914-4303 52’ 2001 SONNY BRIGGS 800 CATs, Great Value, REDUCED!

CURTIS STOKES & ASSOCIATES, INC. • pg. 25 2002 38’ Regal • Excellent condition • Located in Port Royal, SC. Asking only $134,000 • Curtis Stokes • (954) 684-0218

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SEA RAY 44 SEDAN BRIDGE, ‘07 • Only 190 hours and loaded with Thruster, Raymarine E-120 with Radar and Autopilot, Washer/Dryer, 3rd helm seat. SMALLER TRADES CONSIDERED! $399k. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or

39’ Sea Ray Sedan Bridge, 1986/1995 • Volvo diesels with under 800 hours!! Bow and stern thrusters!! Hardtop!! All new interior!! Gel coat shines. A true one of a kind at only $79,900-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or

Sea Ray 290 AMBERJACK 2001 • Fish offshore today and cruise tomorrow with the Amberjack. Twin 5.7L MerCruiser, genset, arch with rocket launchers, nice Raymarine electronics, very nice, clean boat. Call Andy Farmer 910-264-4818 or

SEA RAY 340 DA, ‘04 • BARELY USED, ONLY 85 HOURS AND IN TOP CONDITION! $117,500. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or mike.

350/390 Mainship Trawler, ‘98 • Preferred Cat power, Bow Thruster, tender with outboard. She is STAND TALL and priced for quick sale. $139,000. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or mike.stidham@


240 Sea Ray Sundeck 2005 • Upgraded 5.7L MerCruiser engine with 92 hours, freshwater boat, trailer included, cockpit covers, navy hull and canvas, Price reduced 5k to $29,995. Call Andy Farmer 910264-4818 or


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39’ Cruisers 395 Motor Yacht, ‘07 • Low hour one owner with Volvo diesels. Loaded and loved boat needs a new caring owner. Was asking $300,000. Outstanding value and buy at only $239,900-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or

38’ Meridian Sedan Bridge, ‘04 • Gorgeous low hour twin engine boat with bow and stern thrusters. This one is standing tall and ready for her new owner at only $159,900-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or

341 Meridian, ‘08 • 80 hours on 6.2L MerCruisers with warranty until ‘12, upgraded sound system and electronics, dingy with 8hp Merc, 360 degree visibility in the salon, this boat is the perfect step up from your express. Asking $194,500. Call Andy Farmer 910-264-4818 or

42’ Sea Ray Sundancer, ‘04 • Meticulously Maintained by her previous owner who upgraded to a larger Sea Ray. Powered by a Cummins MerCruiser 6CTA Diesel 417HP V-Drive Inboards. Loaded with options! Call 910-256-8100 for more information $266,750

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27’ World Cat EC, ‘06 • Twin 225 hp Suzuki 4 strokes, TRAILER, gps/ chart plotter, autopilot, huge bed, electric head, shore power, BEST BUY reduced to only $64,900. Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or mike.

46’ Azimut, ‘99 • fresh water boat with less than 250 hours located near Charlotte, needs some TLC, but, she’s a real buy at only $259,900!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or



HENRIQUES 44, ‘88 • Recently completely repowered w/ two Cummins C8.3480 HP, ZF transmissions, cruises at 20 knots only burning 22 gallons per hour! GET REEL $20,000 PRICE REDUCTION NEW PRICE $119,000. Call Bryan Wessell 910-617-6668 or

Sea Ray 420 Sundancer, ‘05 • Loaded boat - 210 hrs. – Super clean, SatTV, E120 GPS/chart/radar, widescreen TV in cockpit, warranty to 2011. $329,000. Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or mike.knoll@

290 Baha Cruiser, ‘05 • twin fourstroke Verado 250’s under 130 hours!!! This boat is loaded Generator, AirConditioning, Heat, E80 Raymarine, Radar, Windlass, Outriggers, Hard Top. MOTIVATED SELLER MAKE ME AN OFFER!!! Call Bryan Wessell 910-617-6668 or

Sea Ray 320 Sundancer, ‘06 • 347 hours, well maintained, Underwater lights, Wide Screen TV, GPS/Radar. $123,000. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or

Rampage 38 Express, ‘01 • Yanmar 465s, Custom tower,fighting station.Very capable fishing boat, with a cabin suitable for the most discriminating buyer. $179k. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or

290 Sundancer, ‘06 • Generator, heating/air, GPS, flatscreen TV, 40 hours. $99,000. Call Bryan Wessell 910-617-6668 or bryan.wessell@

34’ Mainship, ‘04 • Yanmar Diesel, Bow and Stern Thruster, Raymarine electronics at both helms, seller just finished up the Great Loop...she is ready to go again. $177,500. Call Andy Farmer 910-264-4818 or andy.farmer@




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Boston Whaler 305 Conquest, ‘08 • Diesel Gen., C-120 GPS, Many fishing options, 120 hours. $199,000. Call Bryan Wessell 910-6176668 or

48’ Sea Ray Sedan Bridge, ‘04 • This boat only has 300 hours and is in impeccable condition! Lowest priced 2004 on the market and the cleanest boat available!! Located in Tampa, FL reduced to only $389,000-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or mike.knoll@

43’ Hatteras Convertible, ‘79 • Gorgeous classic Hatteras CV back when they were really built!! Updated interior looks great. A must see!! Just reduced $20K to only $94,900-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-6209903 or



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Luhrs 35 CV, ‘92 • “Boss Lady” is very well maintained and is in super condition. Garmin 2010 (2007), Lowrance Color Fishfinder (2007), Furuno 36 mile Radar,Autohelm Autopilot. 1045 hours on 3116 Cat diesels. Priced to SELL $94,900. Call Mike Stidham 910-515-4122 or

34’ Delta, ‘82/99 • This ‘82 hull underwent extensive upgrades in ‘99 including new 270 hp Cummins diesels. This is an economical cruiser that is also a proven fish raiser. Price recently reduced from $98,000- to only $69,900-!! Call Mike Knoll 910-620-9903 or

40’ Mainship Expedition, ‘08 • Turn key ready to cruise! Yanmar power with bow and stern thruster, great electronics, summer grill on flybridge, custom interior, loaded. 365k . Call Andy Farmer 910-2644818 or

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25’ C Dory TomCat, 2008

The CDory TomCat is the best built cat boat on the market. If you are looking for the Mercedes of cat boats this is it. One owner boat twin 135 hp Honda four strokes. Looks and smells like new. Just reduced $15K to only $99,900-!!

46’ Azimut, 1999

This boat has been in fresh water since new!! She has less than 250 hours on her Cat diesels. She is priced $70,000- below market comps by her motivated seller. Desired three stateroom and two head layout. Hurry on this one at only $259,900-!!

38’ Cruisers DIESEL, 2001

39’ Cruisers Motor Yacht, 2007

This boat is priced at or BELOW gas market comps. Everyone Health issues force this gem to market. Low hours on 370 knows diesel is the preferred power hands down. You nor- hp Volvo common rail diesels. Clean, clean, clean. Price just mally pay a $40,000- premium for diesels, but, not with this reduced and OFFERS ENCOURAGED!! Now only $239,900-!! boat. Motivated two boat owner has priced her to sell at only $124,900-!!


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Ingredients: 1 quart oysters 3 large eggs 3 cups cornmeal 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon Cajun Seasoning 1 teaspoon black pepper 4 French bread rolls, about 6-inches each, or 2 baguettes, cut in half crosswise 2 medium tomatoes shredded lettuce mayonnaise or Come Back Sauce dill pickle slices salt and pepper

Come Back Sauce 1 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup chili sauce 1/4 cup ketchup 1 teaspoon prepared mustard 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons minced onions 2 cloves garlic -- minced juice of 1 lemon

Publisher/Editor Michael Howell

Come Back Sauce Directions: Add all ingredients to a jar. Cover and shake. Refrigerate overnight before using. Great with seafood, on sandwiches, or as a dressing. Makes about 2 cups.

Directions: In a medium bowl, beat the eggs; stir in oysters and let stand for 5 minutes. In a large food storage bag, combine the cornmeal, flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons salt, Cajun seasoning, and 1 teaspoon pepper. Take an oyster from the beaten egg, let excess drip off, and toss in the bag. Shake until well coated. Repeat with remaining oysters. Fry the oysters in batches for about 3 minutes, or until golden brown. Split 1 roll or section; spread with mayonnaise or Come Back Sauce. On the bottom of the roll, arrange layers of shredded lettuce, oysters, tomato slices, and sliced pickles. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Repeat with remaining rolls, oysters, and filling ingredients. Enjoy!

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1986 Chris Craft Commander Fresh bottom paint and detail! Immaculate! Asking $74,900

2002 48’ Novatec fast trawler, Cummins engines, Silverton 453 Aft cabin, 2000, rare glass enclosed bridge, Cummins engines, ready to go! $290,000 thruster and much more! Asking $359,000

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“TEMPTATION” 65’ 1992 HATTERAS M/Y 870hp Detroits w/400 hrs. S.M.O.H., new electronics, new hull & topside paint, new gen set, COMPLETE INTERIOR REFIT, $695K

“BENTLEY’S BEST” 62’ 2005 OCEAN ENCL. BRIDGE C-32 CATs w/675 hours & warranty, teak cockpit, 4 stateroom layout, 2 gens., TRADES CONSIDERED!

“EPIFANIA” 56’ 1997 VIKING SPORT CRUISER 2003 3196 CAT engines w/300 hrs., new enclosure, 3 stateroom/2 head layout, bow & stern thruster. LIGHTLY USED & WELL MAINTAINED! PRICE REDUCED TO $299,900.

“HOME RUN” 52’ 2004 VIKING CONV. 1300hp MANs, Release fighting chair, teak covering boards, H20 maker, ice chipper, excellent electronics pkg., underwater lights & more! METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED!

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“SEAS THE DAY” 44’ 2008 SEDAN BRIDGE Cummins power w/35 hours & warranty, Raymarine E120, Sea Ray Navigator, cherry interior & more! REDUCED TO: $449K

“MY GIRLS” 43’ 2000 MAINSHIP Davit, new gen., bow thruster, Cummins power, great electronics. PRICE REDUCED TO: $224K

“LET’S WENT” 42’ 1979 GRAND BANKS TRAWLER Fresh rebuild on Lehman diesels, Inverter, beautiful interior. $125K

“OUT OF CONTROL” 40’ 2001 RIVIERA Upgraded 535hp QSM11 Cummins, new flybridge enclosure, Raymarine electronics pkg. REDUCED TO: $325K

“FORE 2 KNOT” 39’ 2008 TIARA SOVRAN 300hp Volvo IPS w/extended engine warranties, fresh bottom paint 6/10. Meticulously maintained. Sure to impress!

“AMIGOS LOCOS” 38’ 2006 RAMPAGE EXP. 575hp CATs w/warranty, twin Raymarine 120ʼs, Release launcher & helm chair. $365K

“SGT. G” 38’ 2001 SEA RAY AFT CABIN 350hp CATs, updated electronics & enclosure, 2 stateroom/2 head layout, beautifully maintained. REDUCED TO: $199K

“SIMBA” 37’ 2009 EGG HARBOR C-7 CATs with 100 hours and extended warranty. New Raymarine electronics. LIKE NEW! REDUCED TO: $499K

“FIRE ESCAPE” 37’ 1998 SEA RAY Aft cabin, twin 7.4 Horizons, 2 stateroom/2 head layout, A GREAT DEAL AT $140K!

“FISH CAB” 35’ 2007 CABO EXP. QSC 8.3 540hp Cummins, PipeWelders tower, helm air, Raymarine electronics pkg. and more! Call for price.

“WITCH DOCTOR” 32’ 2004 LUHRS EXP. Yanmars, full Raymarine color electronics pkg. great condition! REDUCED TO: $119K

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“BAREFOOTIN” 61’ 2006 VIKING E/B CONV. C-32 CATs, mezzanine, extensive equipment list. MUST SEE! Also available: “TIGHTLINE” 61’ ‘05 SF also w/C-32 CATs. LOADED & READY TO FISH!

“RAPSCALLION” 55’ 1999 VIKING CONV. 1150hp MTUs, 3 stateroom/2 head layout. Always maintained with an open checkbook policy! $775K

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Big Trout S e c r e t s – by Capt. Carl Miller The 21 ft. bay boat streaked across the water like the driver was on an emergency mission. As he abruptly slammed the throttle into neutral, turned the ignition off, and headed toward the bow, he shouted, “Get me the net!”

As soon as he stepped up onto the bow platform—eyes hypnotically fixed ahead and upon the water—a casting tray loaded with a large cast net was handed to him. Wasting no time he pitched it into the air. When the net was pulled aboard, a mother lode of “white gold” spilled onto the deck— beautiful, handsized gulf menhaden (porgies) glimmered in the early-morning sunlight. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that Capt. Carl Miller is a man torn between two addictions. The only problem is figuring out which is the most compelling, the pursuit of the bait or that which feeds on it. It no secret to big-trout specialist that porgies are considered the number one bait for catching monster specks. That’s why those in the know will spend hours just locating and catching porgies. “Sometimes it can take me all day to locate bait the size that I want,” Miller said. This day, however, was an exception, because it only took him about an hour. Undeniably, catching and keeping porgies alive can be an arduous task, even for an experienced 10-year veteran guide like Miller. “I use a ten-foot net with about 161bs. of lead,” he pointed out. These specialized cast nets open wide and fall fast, something very crucial if you want to catch the larger, faster swimming porgies. Through the years Miller has gotten the technique down to a science, using two different type approaches to sneak upon the porgies. One is with the use of a trolling motor, and the other is the high-speed entry method, as previously described. The latter technique allows the boat’s momentum to quietly glide into the intended location. Once the porgies are located—sporadic splashes and slaps on the water’s surface—the large and heavy net is launched from a specially designed casting tray. The casting tray makes throwing such a large net easy in a confined area like a boat. Yet even with the proper gear and technique, locating porgies can present a real challenge. For example, on an overcast day porgies won’t make the normal

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surface commotion that usually gives them away. “If a cloud passes over,” Miller exclaimed, “these baits quit flipping, move and go deep.” Another dreaded problem is that certain times of the day they will move deep into the marsh where you cannot catch them. Admittedly, catching porgies is one thing; keeping them alive is another. Anyone that has ever tried to keep porgies alive knows that they are very fragile and will die quickly without the proper bait tank and care. This where a round 25 gallon plastic container with two Rex-Air pumps will keep the porgies alive for 3-5 hours; depending on the number of baits contained at one time. “One thing about catching big trout, you gotta fish for big trout,” Miller said. “People who catch one every once in a while— they’re fishing for small fish. There’s big fish everywhere, but you have to fish for ‘em. If you fish for `em, you’ll catch `em. Everybody says they want to catch a big trout, but they don’t want to spend the time and the effort. You have to have the patience to do it.” Ironically, while many other professional guides resort to fishing inconspicuous locations off the beaten path, this is not the case with Miller, who can be seen even on busy weekends fishing right along side other boats in his favorite territory—the barrier rocks of East Timbalier Island or Belle Pass. The main thing is to have the right bait and then look for fishable water. This does not mean you have to have a good tide. Big trout can still be caught even on bad tides, so long as you find clean water. Miller fishes with porgies from springtime to late fall and consistently puts big trout in the boat while others look on in total astonishment. “At any given time there’s big fish along this beach,” he said of the rock boulder barrier sporadically lining the Gulf side of the island. This is a favorite haunt for speckled trout and other species, since they can get deep inside the hurricane-damaged barrier and hide in ambush. Some trout have been living inside of these slimcoated boulders for so long that their bellies have turned from white to black as a result. continued on page 38

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VHF Radio Could Be Your Lifesaver Why Should You Have A Marine Radio On Your Boat? communications. This channel is not used for ordinary operational navigation or You are sailing to the farthest reaches of an isolated bay when you strike an unchartered, personal communications. submerged object. You begin taking on water. No one is around. If you had a radio, you could call for help. What Do Certain Words I Hear on the Radio Mean? Motoring along the river, one of your passengers begins convulsions. You know you must contact medical authorities immediately, but you are without a radio. With a radio, medical help might be only a radio call away. Without one, it may be hours before you are able to get to a medical facility. What Type Of Radio Should I Buy? Investing in a good Very High Frequency FM (VHF FM) radio is the smartest purchase. A VHF radio has certain advantages such as: • Good quality transmission. • Strong signal. • Channels reserved for distress calls. • Continuously monitored frequencies. Citizen Band (CB) radios are not recommended due to weak signals and overcrowded frequencies. In addition, the Coast Guard does not routinely monitor CB Channels. Can I Use the Radio as a Telephone? There is a marine operator in many areas, located on a specified channel, that will “patch” you into the local telephone system. A radio is not to be used for gossip or idle conversation. The use of profanity and obscene language is illegal. One difference between a telephone and a radio is that anything said over the radio will be heard by hundreds of other people. Another difference is that there are only a limited number of channels so conversation, should be kept to passing only required information. Conversation is not permitted to extend past three minutes. What Are the Different Channels Used For? There are 104 VHF channels designated for marine service. Of this number, 54 are designated exclusively for use in the waters of the United States. The most common channels and their purpose are listed below:

MAYDAY is a request for immediate assistance. LISTEN! DO NOT TRANSMIT!! Determine if you’re in a position to help. If not, maintain radio silence. “MAYDAY” identifies an imminent, life-threatening emergency. PAN-PAN (pronounced pahn-pahn) is used when the safety of a boat or person is in jeopardy. Man-overboard messages are sent with the PAN-PAN signal. SECURITE (pronounced say-cure-e-tay) is used to pass navigation information or weather warnings. What if I Hear Someone Saying MAYDAY on Channel 16? If you have a radio and you are under way, you are required to monitor Channel 16. MAYDAY takes precedence over all other transmissions. If you hear a MAYDAY, remain silent and listen. Take down the information being passed. If the Coast Guard or other rescue authority responds, maintain silence and listen, but do not respond. However, if there is no response, take action. Try raising the distressed vessel over the radio. Gather more information, especially the position. Attempt to raise the Coast Guard while traveling toward the vessel. Sometimes the Coast Guard may not hear the distressed vessels transmissions, but can hear another vessel near the scene; therefore, call the Coast Guard again, just in case. If you raise them, give them the information you have and follow their instructions. If you cannot contact the Coast Guard, attempt to assist the other vessel to the best of your ability without placing yourself in danger. What If I Need Help? If you have an imminent life threatening emergency, transmit on Channel 16: 1. MAYDAY, MAYDAY, MAYDAY! 2. This is (name of boat three times, call letters once). 3. Repeat once more, “MAYDAY”, (your boat’s name). 4. Now report your position (give as accurate a position as possible). 5. Report nature of emergency. 6. Report the kind of assistance desired. 7. Report number of people on board and condition of any injured. 8. Description of the boat and seaworthiness.

Channel 16 (156.8 MHz) This is the most important channel on the VHF band. THIS IS THE DISTRESS, SAFETY, AND CALLING FREQUENCY WHICH THE COAST GUARD MONITORS CONTINUOUSLY. All vessels equipped with VHF radios must keep their radios tuned to channel 16 so they can assist if an emergency is near. Vessels may initiate contact with each other but must shift to a working frequency to carry on a conversation (e.g., Motor vessel Albatross, this is sailing vessel Mother Goose, AB-1234, on Channel 16, switch and answer Channel 68). Use Channel 16 for only bona fide emergencies.

Then wait for a response. If there is none, repeat the message.

Channel 22A (157.1 MHz) This channel is the primary working channel of the Coast Guard. It is used for communications between the Coast Guard and the maritime public, both recreational and commercial. Severe weather warnings, hazards to navigation, and other maritime safety warnings are broadcast on Channel 22A.

Do I Need A Radio License or Operator’s Permit? You must have a SHIP STATION LICENSE for your radio before operation. An OPERATOR’S PERMIT is only required if you dock in a foreign port. To obtain forms and additional information contact the FCC at (202) 418-3676(FORM).

Channel 13 (156.65 MHz) This channel is the bridge to bridge or “piloting” channel, used for communicating navigation information between ships. Strictly used for navigational purposes by commercial, military, and recreational vessels at locks, bridges and harbors.

Note: The 1996 telecommunications act states that “voluntary” (recreational) vessels need not have a ship station license in order to use a VHF radio.

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Collecting Rare and Historical Antique Lures Let’s talk some about collecting antique fishing lures in an area most commonly

known as high-end rare and historical. This discussion is not about the lures commonly found in antique shops or those used by your father and most certainly not about plastic lures. These are the lures used by your grandfather or his father during the time frame 1900 to 1930. It is about lures in excellent condition, not those which were fished and then left to rust and deteriorate in a greasy old tackle box. These are not the common everyday lures you find being sold on eBay very often.

by collector Michael Echols

lures hung side by side from wall to wall. These are not the people or collections we want to discuss here.

The high-end historical collectors are generally much more driven and certainly more competitive. They are the ones who usually study and understand the history of the lures they collect. Yes, it takes a lot of financial commitment to collect the older lure material if it is in any kind of condition, but this is the level where “investing” becomes a consideration. If you spend more than a few thousand dollars a year I want to talk about those lures and boxes preserved or put away to protect them for on collecting lures, you are most likely investing either consciously or unconsciously. Of course the “pure of heart” would never stoop to admitting they collect to invest. over eighty years or those which have been in mature collections and are now just But if you are spending fifty thousand a year on any collecting activity, you best look seeing the light of day. We are talking about the rarified area of the one thousand at it as an investment, understand what you are doing, or you are going to lose a to five thousand dollars and up group. It has been speculated on among colleclot of your hard earned money. (Assuming you actually earned it. There are those tors and dealers that this group consistently involves about three to five hundred individuals at this point. There are others who will step into the circle from time to among us who have wealth which is ‘unearned’.) time, but are not consistent buyers at this level. I’ve written several pieces where I related how long-term collectors have used their experiences in other collecting areas to help build lure collections. Collecting is a First of all, collecting antique lures has absolutely nothing to do with fishing. Yes, non-specific science. The methods, some collectors happen to fish, and but not the information, used some got started collecting because to collect in one area are usually of fishing. But when you get into applicable to collecting in another. the high-end of this hobby, which There are steps you have to take to ultimately deals with the rare and understand how, what, and when historical, it has nothing to do with to collect. If one just goes out and fishing per se. It has everything to starts accumulating “stuff” then do with use of specific knowledge, there is no order or flow to building speculation in collectibles, and a high-grade collection. One investing in something which is typically can’t just decide to start appreciating rapidly at this time. collecting and then randomly buy lures. First, you could go broke and second, more The key word here is “at this time”. If you think you can wander into this hobby, buy than likely you would buy a bunch of pretty junk. Not the way to start. a few expensive lures, sit back and wait on the market to lift all boats, then you are in for a big surprise. It ain’t likely to happen. Collecting is hard work both physically Museums preserve historical pieces just like individual collectors, but museums and mentally. If one gets into it just to speculate in the rapidly rising collectibles hire staffs who assemble collections with great care and study. Great collections market, then someone is likely to get badly burned. Conversely, if you buy lower grade lures and figure the market will get you out of them at some point without a are built on knowledge, study, perseverance, a good deal of luck, and money. If you read about anyone or organization who built a great collection, be it art, or loss, then you too have another think coming and it’s not going to be pleasant. otherwise, it was always done with someone in the chain acting as the “knowledge” base. Someone has to know what to buy and why. Whether it is a dealer with Antique lures basically have no real intrinsic value above five to ten dollars. For connections or the collector him or herself, the knowledge aspect has to be there. some collectors there is an emotional connection to our past or an individual we Knowledge can be the result of long-term experience or dedication to the accumucared about when growing up with whom we associated fishing. There are those lation of a specific area. There are collectors who build collections by themselves, who love beautiful things that are old. But in the end, lures are historical artwork that was, in some cases, mass produced more than sixty years ago. There are plenty who study and assimilate information. But there are precious few collections which are not built on a strong base of information. This is why collecting tends to follow of old lures out there. The real quest is for the special historical pieces or those the publication of knowledge in one form or other. In the past, it was books, now it preserved in new condition. Yes, there are those who don’t care about history or may be the Internet. If you decide to collect in the high-end, who are you going to condition and that is their choice. look to for verification and advice? If one studies the past history of the hobby of lure collecting, it will become evident There is another type of collector who just walks into a show, approaches a collector that the first people who collected had no intention of putting together historical who has a display they want to buy and says:...”how much?” The owner says: “it’s or high quality collections. They just like the looks of the lures and collected or gathered for fun, not profit. The gatherers were the guys who wanted as many lures not for sale.” And the ‘buyer-collector’ says: “No, you don’t understand. How much as they could put in a house or barn. It didn’t matter what the history was concern- do you want? Price is no object.” This kind of collecting requires no knowledge, just ing the lures, they just wanted them and as many as they could get. Those guys are money. It’s not collecting, it’s shopping. It also tends to be self-limiting, because still out there and they have massive “collections” of stuff. All kinds of stuff. Barns full of stuff. Attics or basements with wires strung from one side to the other with continued on page 30 24 I found it in The Coastal Mariner

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Collecting Rare and Historical Antique Lures there are not many collectors who will sell under those conditions and the buyer soon burns out. There are individuals in the current market tossing around six digit figures in the desire to buy whole collections or “invest” in the tackle market. They usually pay too much, get less than they paid for, and go away after a short burst or when they figure out they are the laughing stock of the hobby. Part of the fun of any collecting is figuring out what is rare and what is not. For some people, possession of something other people want is a driving force. There are collectors who just collect what appeals to them personally and that is fine, but when the time comes to sell their collection, one can only hope their tastes are shared by others who want to own and possess similar items. Otherwise, you don’t have an auction, you have a garage sale. Another area in this hobby is the problem of dealers or individuals “sticking it to” the high-rollers who don’t know what they are doing. It’s almost a game for some people to see if they can get so and so to buy a repaint, a fake, or an over-priced lure. Most of these transactions occur behind the scenes, so most people never know about it. The high-roller gets stuck and the seller laughs up his sleeve. No one ever said this was easy. This problem is common in any antique area and high priced lures is no exception. It is why you have to develop relationships and not just buy at random. There is no sure fire way to protect you from a fake or an over-priced piece except by experience or by hiring a knowledgeable “buyer” to run interference. Organizations like the NFLCC and regional tackle shows exist to assemble collectors so knowledge and friendship can be shared to the mutual benefit of one another. It also exists so collectors can make connections, friends, and ultimately buy something for their collection. With the advent of eBay and the Internet, the connections aspect is all but eliminated. Now, you just sit at the computer, place a bid and hope for the best. The question comes to mind: how will knowledge be accumulated if there are no friends to call? Who will closet collectors call to ask a question? What if there are no tackle shows to attend to shop and compare values and condition? Is the hobby to become dominated by a host of closet collectors buying blindly on the Internet and basing their bids on past prices realized?

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My advice to anyone seeking to become a serious player in the upper end of the antique lure game, would be to make a close association with someone who really knows the market. There are certain dealers who can make or break your collection. The odds of anyone roaming the floor of a National NFLCC show and correctly buying a large number of high-end lures is highly unlikely. But, with the right person at your elbow, it could be done. I know of one such individual who did this by paying the way for an advisor while he bid at an auction and once again at a National show. This individual had the good sense to realize he didn’t know what he was doing and brought along a hired gun to show him the ropes. The buyer later got out of collecting after buying everything in sight for about three years. To my knowledge, he has never returned. My other recommendation would be to start out slow and easy by attending as many shows as possible to look and learn. Don’t buy when just starting out. Look long and buy later. There is no better way to start your education than by looking at massive numbers of lures and getting a feel for what is available. Older collectors will usually not sell to someone they don’t know. It’s the “good old boy network” in its finest form. But, sometimes, money talks when an individual wants to move a large collection all at once. It happens and it’s luck when you find out about it and are able to participate. Again, friends and connections are the key. Buying on eBay can be risky business if you don’t know what you are doing, but sticking with the high-end where there are more than a few bidders can be a pretty safe bet on something that is not too uncommon. Bids in the five hundred dollar and up category are usually pretty safe if more than five bidders are trying to buy it. Of course it helps to know something about the bidders too. Don’t hesitate to check the prior bidding habits of the the current bidders. Do they buy in the high-end or are they the type who just like to see their name on an item at the inception of the bidding? Use the search facility on eBay to determine the quality of the bidder by past purchases. If someone has typically been successful at buying selected highdollar material, then it is likely they are knowledgeable, but it also may be a case of too much money chasing anything that someone else wants.

If in doubt about how and what to do about collecting in general, start by reading We know a strong economy drives the values of collectibles... be it lures or art. Good every book you can find on the topic. With all the on-line book stores, there is just times bring individuals with disposable cash and strong urges to collect. Bad times no excuse for not owning all the books on the area you wish to collect. do just the opposite. What do we have to look forward to for the next ten years relative to collecting lures? With the habits of the baby boomers well documented, there can be no doubt that collecting of all kinds will increase, not decrease. The recent moves in the prices of duck decoys shows us the high end of that market in the three to four hundred thousand dollar range is not leveling off, but accelerating. It is my personal opinion that lure collecting will gain strength as more knowledge is disseminated via the Internet. Collectors who are turned off by the high prices in decoys may well migrate to lures. More lower-end collectors will migrate into older and more expensive material as they gain knowledge about what to collect and learn to appreciate the history of the early material. As older collectors sell their collections, prices will rise, bringing more interest and attention to a hobby that started out as just a bunch of good old boys trading the things they loved to use and talk about.

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Big Trout S e c r e t s – by Capt. Carl Miller continued from page 14 Another secret to successfully catching big speckled trout is to cover as much territory along the rocks as possible—particularly as the weather heats up. According to Miller, the big fish spread out more in summer than in spring. That is why at times he will slip through certain openings in the rocks to get to the back side of the barrier to fish. This, however, is not recommend for those new to the area because rock boulders lurk inches below the surface and have wreaked serious havoc on many a lower unit. Persistence is perhaps Miller’s most notable quality and one that does not come easily to most anglers in such a grueling environment. Therefore, it’s not unusual for him to stay out all day long hunting for bait and big speckled trout in the sun’s unbearable heat. In some cases—depending on how many people are fishing and how the fish are striking—bait has to be pursued twice or more each day. A 7-foot rod armed with a bait casting reel works well for hooking these big boys, but there is a lot more technique involved than what meets the eye. Big speckled trout don’t just come up and swallow the porgy all at once on the initial strike. The systematic approach involves casting and allowing the bait to swim on a free and slack line, usually no weight, depending on the current. However, if the current is moving and the fish are deep, a 1/16 to 1/4 oz. split shot or rubber grip weight should be placed 2-3 ft. above the bait. The key is using only enough weight to slowly bring the bait down. When the line is all set up right and the water is calm and clear, the porgy can be seen swimming around near the subsurface. A watchful eye is needed for any fluctuation in the line while keeping the rod tip high and toward the bait. Strike sensitivity can be enhanced by pinching the line ahead of the reel. When a trout is in hot pursuit, the line will start to shudder like a catfish nibbling. This is the signal to feed line out for several seconds until it starts to run out on its own. At this point it is necessary to wait a couple of more seconds before setting the hook. In order to successfully hook the fish, the rod has to be lifted over your head with a brisk sweeping action. Miller admits that even with such orchestration and calculation the fish sometimes is not hooked, depending on the trout’s attack approach. Sometimes the trout will only bite and release the bait, in an attempt to kill it, and then turn right back around and engulf it. Once the fish is on the line and fighting, Miller says “You can’t go to pulling too hard on the trout or you’ll rip his lips. You have to keep him coming from the rocks but not jerking on him. Do it gradually.”

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Of further significance is the type of hook and the placement of it in the porgy. That’s where a no. 3 Kahle horizontal hook placed through the nose section can be prove most effective. Too large of a hook can weigh the porgy down and hinder its natural swimming ability. If strikes are missed more than usual, hookup ratio can be improved by moving up one hook size or placing the hook in a different location. Miller claims that it is not a good idea to hook the porgy in the back because the bait will out maneuver the trout, making it a harder target. It is most amazing how effective live porgies of such size drive speckled trout, into an uncontrollable response to strike. Even trout not much larger than the bait will try to take a swipe. On a few occasions specks came right to the side of the boat when the porgy hung over the side. It was as if the trout went into some sort of fixed trance, unhindered and unconcerned by our presence, upon catching sight of the porgy. “I’ve seen trout come out of those rock flats and wop!— take that bait and go right back down,” Miller excitedly exclaimed. However, when the fish is not hooked, the bait is immediately reeled in and examined for any sign of bites, which inconspicuously show up as two small pin-hole punctures from the trout’s two fang-like front teeth. If there’s any evidence of the aforesaid, the porgy is replaced with a fresh one. Miller’s biggest speckled trout have been caught at night, fishing only by the light of a full moon. The protected shallow lagoons on the back side of the rocks, according to Miller, make for good nighttime fishing. This is when the big, skittish trout come out to feed. But all of the right bait and techniques won’t do much good if there’s a lot of noise aboard, Miller claims. Slamming ice chest lids or dropping tackle on the deck are things not conducive to catching the bigger trout. Like he says, “These fish don’t get this big by accident!”

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1991 Oceanis 350 $39,500 Here is a sailboat that has been in freshwater its’ whole life, 500 original hrs on Volvo Diesel Engine, new head and stereo installed last season, title in hand for a quick deal! Contact: Bill (704) 921-3040 or (704) 641-7173 Location: Charlotte, NC

2007 Sportcraft 272 Sportfish $59,500 w/ Mercruiser 8.1S Horizon Inboard V8. Less than 150 hrs. Load Rite 3 axle trailer. Bow pulpit, trim tabs, Raymarine C120 w/ radar, GPS, depth, windlass anchor, shower, galley and lots more. Contact: H (804) 453-4534 or C (804) 580-1278

2006 Sea Ray 290 Sundancer $88,000 Loaded, twin Mercury engines with Bravo III out drives only 115 hrs., immaculate condition, full camper canvas, 2 LCD TV’s with DVD players. Contact: Mike (910) 575-5962 Location: N Myrtle Beach, SC

Custom MDI Downeast Hardtop Cruiser ‘93 $85,000 Merton Rich design, full galley and head/shower, 300 HP Caterpillar: LOA: 30’ 1” Bow Sprit; swim platfm: Beam: 11’ 1”, Draft: 3’ 2”, Solid Maine Built. Parties 6, fishes 5, sleeps 2. Contact: (804) 435-2005 or (804) 438-6443 Located: Weems, VA

33’ Hatteras Sportfisher ‘88 $78,000 Fully equipped, outriggers, downriggers, Furuno electronics. Cabin, galley, bathroom, heat & a/c, Pioneer sound system. Contact: H (252) 291-5251 or C (919) 738-1149

Doral 250 SE Platinum Edition ‘99 $30,999 Merc 5.7 EFI w/Bravo III, 235 hrs. Shower/head, m’wave, Norcold fridge, AC/heat, CD AM/FM, aft cabin, trim tabs,VHF, GPS w/ Nth FL Atlantic charts. Full canvas/einsenglass. 90 gal fuel tank, 13 gal hold & fresh water, 6 gal hot water unit. BOATEL KEPT. Many other extras. Consider trade or cash/ swap for ski boat. Contact: Glen (703) 303-0611 Located: St.Augustine, FL.

36’ Carver Aft Cabin Motor Yacht ‘88 $59,900 w/ 2 staterooms, 2 full bathsw/shrw&tub, full galley, 7.5kw generator, twin gas, A/C & heat, vhf, radar, GPS. Great live aboard with recent upgrades. Was $72,500 reduced to $59,900. Contact: (704) 577-2364 Located: Southport, NC

48’ Customized EggHarbort SF ‘79 $169,000 892 Detroits, many recent upgrades, Rupps, chair, teak covering boards. New fuel tanks. Contact: Bill (910) 540-8364 or (910) 793-8844 Located: Wrightsville Beach, NC

26’ Shamrock Diesel ‘82 $24,900 Cuddy cabin with modern 170hp Yanmar Diesel and dual axel trailer. Looks good runs great. Very little fuel consumption. Contact: (252) 229 0950 Located: Morehead City NC

48’ Sumerset Houseboat ‘83 $29,000 Aluminum hull, recent paint on bottom and hull. 2005 Yamaha 115HP with 36 hours. Lots of room & sundecks. Recentsurvey. Contact: Bill (910) 540-8364 or (910) 793-8844 Located: Wrightsville Beach, NC

24’ Slickcraft $8,000 cuddy cabin, recently repowered Mercruiser 5.7L Bravo I/O, Low Hours, Excellent condition, one owner, kept indoors. Contact: Roger (772) 334-5356 Location: Stuart, Fl 42’ 1974 Grand Banks Classic $79,500 Twin 120 hp Ford Lehman diesel engines Great, solid, fiberglass boat, but needs minor work. See for cruising pictures, specifications, and to do list. Contact: Location: Wrightsville Beach, NC 42 I found it in The Coastal Mariner

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58’ Custom Yacht 1988/2008 $450,000

Perfect lake/river/intercoastal cruiser, 300 gal fuel, 250 water; 3 staterooms/heads; twin Volvo 130’s, only 6gh fuel consumption, aluminum hull, Garman radar/SATnav 5212, sleeps 9, Seagull water purifer, 9kw genpak, bow/stern thrusters, 7ft’grill, teak/ holly sole, matched cherry paneling throughout. Contact: Walt Thorn (843) 478-7998 Located: Charleston, SC

1995 North American Sea Cat $22,200

Catamaran style, perfect inshore/offshore fishing vessel, fuel efficent twin 130 Yahama”s 120 gal gas, downrigger/outriggers, furuno gps/plotter & fishfinder, am/fm/cd player,fighting chair, freshwater holding tank, includes trailer with new bearings & tires. Contact: (910) 477-0039

Coastal Mariner Classifieds Hawboldt Props $1,600 pair OBO Set of left and right new (never used) Hawboldt NIBRAL Inboard/Outboard 4 blade high speed props. They measure 22” X 24” and will fit a 1 3/4 inch diameter shaft. The props can be drilled to fit a 2” shaft. The props were manufactured by Hawboldt Industries in Canada. The props retail for $3000 for the pair. Call 252-236-5533.

1978 Sea Ray 24’ 4” Boat $4,800 OBO Boat and Galvanized Trailer For Sale. Boat has (2) 120 HP Inboard/Outboard Engines. Boat needs work and is being sold as is. Contact: (843) 386-2542 Located: Johnsonville, SC

39’ Morgan Trawler ‘79 w/ 300 Volvo six rebuilt. Low hours, 8kw generator and loaded with electronics.  AC and heat. Asking price, BEST OFFER!! Contact: Dr. Charles (818) 642-6561 Located: Stuart, Fla

34’ Mainship HT Pilot ‘05 $178,000 Rum Runner II Yellow hull, S-370 Yanmar dsl 416 hrs, 3.5 gen, A/C, every extra, swim platform, integrated Ray electronics -radar, GPS, AP, digital color fishfinder, digital depth, TV, DVD/CD, stereo, fully maint’ed. Contact: Malcolm (912) 598-1592 or (912) 604-1643 Located: Savannah, GA

2000 Novatec 65’ Motoryacht $399,000 LOWEST PRICED 2000+, 60 FT+ IN THE WHOLE USA! This incredible 3 stateroom cockpit motoryacht has it all - speed, economy, space and goodies galore including even a hottub and jetskis! Contact: Jim (843) 997-9100 Located: Myrtle Beach, SC

27’ World Cat 266SC ‘02 $45,000 w/ twin Suzuki 140’s, excellent condition and low hours Garmin GPSMAP 2006/2010 w/ chartplotter and depth Standard Horizon VHF Aluminum Frame Bimini w/ Sunbrella, Sleeps 2. Contact: Rob (910) 599-6677 Located: Carolina Beach, NC Nordic Tug 32, NTK 32125 F98 ‘98 $154,000 Cummins Diesel 220 w/900 hours, 6kW Northern Lights generator, IMTRA bow thruster, Ocean Marine air cond, Vacu-flush head, flybridge cover, blinds throughout, radar, sounder, GPS, and fully equipped electronics. Excellent condition. Contact: Frank Smith (910) 253-3570 E-mail: Located: Southport, NC

1976 38 ft. Bertram Widebody $159,000 (or trade for real-estate) Twin diesel, many upgrades, ready to fish …… beautiful boat! Contact: Don (803) 707-8345 Located: Charleston, SC

29’ Blackfin Combi ‘84 $41,900 230 HP Volvo diesels, rebuilt w/approx. 650 hrs. Furuno GPS, radar and color sounder, plus more, full tuna tower, fighting chair, 6\’2\” head very good condition w/many more extras. Contact: Buddy Stewart (919) 496-2956. E-mail: Located: Atlantic Beach, NC. 2000 Carver Voyager 450 Pilothouse $259,000 Loaded, twin 370 HP Cummins Diesels, Updated Raymarine Electronics. Live aboard has traveled East Coast last 5 years. Excellent condition. Call or email for specs and pix. Contact: Sonny (757) 818-5440 Email: Located: Beaufort, NC

1999 23’ Hydrasport Seahorse $23,000 160 original hrs. Furuno GPS, Si-Tex Depth Finder,VHF radio, 2 Penn Down Ribbers, 5 drawer tackle, 40 gal live well, lots of storage. Spreader lights, 6 rocket launcher rod holders. New canvas T-Top. Stored on lift or trailer, never bottom painted. GREAT SHAPE! Contact: (910) 454-0582

31’ Fountain Sport ‘87 $18,000 Front Cabin. 2000 Twin Johnson Ocean 250’s, 100 hrs. on engines. Loadmaster aluminum trailer. Outriggers, bait well, electronics, canvas, cover. Contact: Karen (843) 504-4251 Located: Conway, SC

40’ Silverton Aft Cabin ‘87 $65,000 Neg. w/ twin Crusaders, Gen, Air, Custom Dash with great electronics. New canvas. Too much to list. Great Live Aboard. Insured $105K. Contact: Brian (843) 503-1315 Located: Little River, SC

17‘ Mako ‘06 $14,000 w/ 2007 Mercury 135 optimax, easy load trailer, Hydraulic steering-duel battery- GPS Nav. System-30 total Hours on boat and motor. $26000 invested. Contact: (919) 661-2697 Located: Thunderbolt, GA

36’ Hatteras ‘75/ ’06 $169k TOTAL REFIT; Updated CAT Power; NEW CUSTOM Tower, Paint, Interior, Generator, Helm Contact: Lee Falls (843) 532-5540

Have your boat or items seen by thousands monthly from Virginia to Florida for the low price of $14.95 per month or choose three months for $39.95. Your boat will be also listed on our website Call 252-236-5533 for details or email November 2010

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55 Viking Convertible 1998 Twin 1150 MTU-Fast! Clean! Best Priced 55! Asking Only $565k

64’ Paul Spencer 2003 T/3412 CATS-Low Hours-One Owner 31 KT Cruise. Asking $1,599,000

49’ Caison Yachts 2010 Zeus Drives-C-9 CATS-31 KT @ 42 gph. A must see!! Asking $1,369,000

53’ Cavileer Convertible 2005 T/MTU 60 Series 835hp. Great ride. As new. Only 125 hrs. ONLY $635k

50 Viking Convertible 1998 New Paint Hull and Topsides, Helm Pod. Asking $ 439,000

37’ Cubavich 1960 Twin Yanmars, Complete refit done. A must see! Asking $199k

50 Viking Convertible 1997 Fine condition, low time Man’s, seller will trade for late model center console. Ask $499K

45’ Cruisers Express MY 2004 Twin Volvo’s - Low Time - Great Layout Clean Boat! Asking Only $279K

48’ Viking Convertible 1988 New Paint-200hrs SMOH-NAVNET 3D Clean Boat! Asking $209k

42 Cruisers Express 2006 IPS Joystick drive. Nice & Clean! Only Asking $ 299K

54 Searay Sundancer 2000 Twin Cat power! TNT left! Many upgrades! Really Nice! Asking $335K

43 Kilker & Taylor 43 Express 2003 CAT C-12’s 28+knot cruise. Ready to Fish! Asking $399k

50’ Omie Tillett 1977 Twin 871N-500hrs SMOH-New Paint Mezzanine-New Electronics.$225k

56 Alden Downeast 1996 Beautiful Custom! A must see! Call Today! Asking $495k

45 Viking Convertible 1988 &1990 Plan B or C layout. Both Clean and Updated! 1988 $168k, 1990 $225k Wrightsville Beach, NC Hampton, VA Stevensville, MD Outer Banks, NC

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