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Which BOATING RELATED magazines do you read???? I personally suscribe to Trailer Boats and Boating but will read anything that is related, how about you?????
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I like Soundings and also enjoy reading Seaworthy, which is published by BOATSUS
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More Fishing than boating, Saltwater Sportsman and Sport Fishing.

I used to get Sport Fishing Report which is published in Southport NC but let that expire.

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Boating, Soundings, Yachting, Power Boat and Motor Yacht
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Powerboat reports & Offshore. Offshore is great if you live in the northeast.
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Motorboating, Boating, Soundings, Powerboat Reports, BoatUS Mag., Chesapeake Bay Mag.
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Motorboating, Boating, Marlin Mag, Sport Fishing, Big Game, Boatinglifestylesnc, Fishing Report, Saltwater Fishing, Saltwater Fly Fishing. Do you think that's enough?
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Saltwater Sportsman, Sportfishing and Marlin magazine. From time to time I also subscribe to Powerboat reports, a super publication.

Boating Magazine is worse than car magazines about writing glorified reports on mediocre boats, never want to offend and advertiser, you know.
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I subscripe to Boating World, Trailer Boats and Boating. Due to my interest in a little smaller boat, I prefer Boating World to Boating. I used to subscribe to Power Boat Reports, but decided it was too much money for the use I got out of it.
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Sportfishing mag
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I read pretty much the same ones as above - Boating, Saltwater Sportsman (although many of us SWORE we'd NOT read it again after they dumped us! ), and Yachting (for drooling purposes! ).

ALSO, I read Wooden Boat(s) sometimes - very interesting AND they have a "FREE BOATS" listing in the VERY back part of the mag! Yep, FREE boats that folks are GIVING AWAY - often some NICE old stuff for you "project" folks!

I DON'T read anything related to blowboats!

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Nah....I'm not into reading about newer boats that I'll probably never be able to afford. Although I like my fishing magazine that I've been with for 20 some odd years..... Ontario Out Of Doors - I also get a few woodworking magazines......hey a guy can only sit on the crapper for so long.
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National Fisherman and Offshore magazine.
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I used to subscribe to a few of those and got several free subscriptions at the boat show. But the majority of boats and subjects discussed didn't pertain to my type of boating. Too many articles on 48 foot yachts and 32 foot cocktail criusers. After a while I let the subscriptions lapse. I still get the National Fisherman though.
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hey a guy can only sit on the crapper for
so long.
I hate it when I read a really long article, then when I stand up, my legs have been asleep, and I fall over...
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Semi, then you need a Life Alert Bracelet so you can call and say, "HELP, I've fallen and can't get it up".........no wait, wrong braclet.... that's the Viagra hotline bracelet......
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Subscrips to Offshore & Soundings. Also Motorboating but am a little disappointed with it.

But PASSAGEMAKER has some of the best written, informative articles, IMO. I probably will never own one, but I salivate everytime I receive my copy in the mail. I highly recommend checking them out.
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Subscribe to Soundings & Chesapeake Bay. Will read Passagemaker if somebody passes it on to me.
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I get month old copies of Professional Boatbuilder from a friend. That' s about the most informative boating magazine available.
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