Boating in shallow waters presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Whether you’re navigating the serene flats for bonefish or exploring hidden coves for trophy bass, understanding the nuances […]
Florida Boating Regulations ver01.29.24 The following is a summary of Florida’s boating laws, found in Ch. 327 and Ch. 328, Florida Statutes. This information is included in all certified boating safety courses taught […]
Understanding the Importance of Safe Passing The Fundamentals of Safe Boating Practices Navigating the waterways requires more than just a love for the open sea; it demands a deep understanding […]
The Debate Of Permit vs Pompano Has Many Anglers Thinking They Caught The Worlds Biggest Pompano, Or Wait, Is It A Permit? Many anglers need clarification on the differences in […]
Florida Saltwater Fishing Regulations Florida Pompano: Trachinotus carolinus Minimum Size Limit: 11″ fork lengthDaily Bag Limit: 6 per harvesterSeason: Open year-roundGear: Hook and line, cast net and beach or haul seine onlySpecial regulations apply for […]
Repower Your Boat with the Right Approach at Black Label Marine Group Is your boat not performing up to par? Before you consider buying a new one, think about repowering. […]
Navigating the world of boat purchases can be exhilarating, but the financial aspect, especially with today’s fluctuating interest rates, demands a closer look.
Nobody knows more about buying and selling boats then the team at your local Black Label Marine Group Dealership. Stop in, give us a call, or send us an email and we’ll put our heads together and make sure to point you in the right direction.
Are IP ratings important? If you’ve been in the market for marine craft electronics or boating accessories, you’ve likely come across an alphabet soup of specifications. Some are easy to decode; we all understand the terms like length, width, and weight. But have you ever seen the term ‘IP Rating’ and wondered what it was all about? It’s time to dock your worries because this blog is here to serve as your personal IP Rating guide.
Invasive Florida Lionfish, a striking species known for their venomous spines and voracious appetite, have infiltrated the Atlantic, Gulf, and Caribbean waters, transforming the ecosystem and threatening local marine life since the 1990s. While the root of their introduction into these regions remains unclear, their proliferation is undeniable.