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Hey Everyone, What an amazing long weekend. The sun was shining, the wind was keeping us cool and the fish were on fire! My first tournament of the year will be on Georgian bay July 7, hosted by the CSFL (Competitive Sport Fishing League) out of Penetang harbour, ON.
Hi Everyone, We have been working very hard on getting this boat ready for the 2012/2013 tournament season. I wanted a boat that would handle bigger water and also skinny water (2-3ft). I’ve chosen the 18 Xtreme as my tournament boat, it offers a full Windshield, massive livewells and a ton of other features that
It was amazing to see dozens of Legend owners gathered around Science North, the great Sudbury landmark, to watch the annual Fireworks display on Ramsey Lake during the Canada Day celebration.
Hello everyone my name is Henry Nguyen. I’ve been working for Legend Boats for about 4 years now. I’m an avid fisherman and love boating. I started fishing at a very young age and actually learned a lot from my mom. She has always spent time to show me the in’s and outs of tying
So you need to explain to your fiberglass-loving fishing buddies why they’d be better off with aluminum? Read on. There was a time not long ago when the conventional wisdom of the boating world touted aluminum as something to settle for if you couldn’t get—or couldn’t afford—fiberglass.
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