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Rome Industries 2314 Brass Nautical Sundial

Rome Industries 2314 Brass Nautical Sundial

Thanks for taking a look at our range of sundials. We work to make sure that our dials crafted as Shakesphere wrote in Henry VI, quaintly, point by point. Each Rome design is individually cast using the traditional sand mold process and then hand polished and buffed. You'll find that most of our sundials are horizontal or garden sundials which look beautiful either on a cast pedestal as a courtyard centerpiece or on an airy wrought iron base set deep in a garden; brass reflection dancing in the sun. Uniqueness is the key at Rome. With over 55 different designs it's bound to seem a little overwhelming to make a decision, but we know that we need that many designs to begin to satisfy the individuality and varying tastes of the gardener. From the whimsical to stately, the reflective to inspiring - there's something for everyone. With the exception of a few antique reproductions, our sundials are original designs that you'll never see from other companies. 8.5 dia. Solid polished brass. Motto: Count Only Sunny Hours .



Fishing Hot Spots  Saltwater Directions Fishing Charts for California

Fishing Hot Spots Saltwater Directions Fishing Charts for California

From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates, to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each chart contains GPS fishing locations, compass headings, structure definitions, depth and contour intervals, marina services, fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, and quick-reference fish ID feature. Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. 24" x 36" unfolded; folds to a compact, convenient 6" x 9". Channel Islands Inshore These federally protected islands are surrounded by clear, blue waters containing numerous exotic species and diverse habitats. The area is popular for anglers seeking barracuda, calico bass, chinook salmon, halibut, white sea bass and yellowtail. L.A. Inshore Central (Malibu to Long Beach Shore) Touting the highest population of any county in the nation, Los Angles County encompasses 76 miles of coastline and is home to healthy populations of a variety of different species. These waters offer some top-notch fishing opportunities for barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, sculpin and yellowtail. L.A. Inshore North (Oxnard to Marina del Rey) Because of this area?s sandy beaches and relative isolation from the city, this scenic expanse of coastline offers numbers fishing opportunities. These waters are abundant with barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, sculpin and yellowtail. L.A. Inshore South (Palos Verdes to Orange County) A sunny climate and magnificent coastline makes this area a perfect habitat for barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, sculpin and yellowtail. L.A. Offshore (Marina del Rey to San Clemente Island) Chasing giant schools of tuna is one of the most popular summertime activities in these waters, while anglers looking searching for one of the most sought-after trophy species will find the elusive striped marlin cruising the offshore banks here. Trolling the island waters can produce yellowtail, yellowfin tuna, albacore tuna, bluefin tuna, marlin, dorado, white sea sass and barracuda. Mission Bay With more than 27 miles of shoreline and numerous access points, Mission Bay Park offers some of the best year-round, light tackle bay fishing in Southern California. While known for its spotted bay bass fishery, sand bass, California halibut, barracuda and yellowfin croaker, white sea bass regularly frequent the area. San Diego to Imperial Beach This area offers a wide variety of fish to both the inshore and onshore angler throughout the year. The prime species are the California halibut, barracuda, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, shortfin corvine, spotted bay bass, spotfin croaker, white sea bass and yellowfin croaker. San Diego Inshore (San Clemente to Imperial Beach) San Diego?s Mediterranean-like climate helps inshore angles find excellent opportunites to take calico bass, sand bass, white sea bass and numbers rockfi



Saltwater Direction Charts for Delaware

Saltwater Direction Charts for Delaware

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size. Delaware Inshore-Fenwick Island to Wildwood, NJ Shallow water and shifting sands make some areas difficult to navigate in larger craft, but drift-fishing flounder, weakfish, and Atlantic croaker is popular. Bluefish and stripers can be found here, too. Lower Delaware Bay Over 100 different species of fish have been identified here. Features striped bass, flounder, weakfish, tautog, black sea bass and bluefish. Upper Delaware Bay An excellent recreational fishery. The tidal marshes of the upper Delaware and New Jersey are a natural resource.



Fishing Hot Spots  Saltwater Directions Fishing Charts for Florida

Fishing Hot Spots Saltwater Directions Fishing Charts for Florida

From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates, to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each chart contains GPS fishing locations, compass headings, structure definitions, depth and contour intervals, marina services, fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, and quick-reference fish ID feature. Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. 24" x 36" unfolded; folds to a compact, convenient 6" x 9". 10,000 Islands (Chokoloskee to Rookery Bay) Known as a boater?s paradise where multi-million dollar yachts are nearly as common as kayaks and flat bottom boats, these waters are also support an abundant variety of gamefish. Anglers will have luck searching for huge tarpon, red drum, snook, spotted sea trout, crevalle jack, mangrove snapper and various groupers. Amelia Island (Nassau Sound to Georgia state line) Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Cumberland Sound and the Amelia River, Amelia Island?s pristine waters offer a long list of saltwater species. Redfish, spotted sea trout and southern flounder are found around the grassbeds and oyster mounds in the backwater creeks and lagoons, while anglers will find tarpon, spanish mackerel, cobia, crevalle jack, king mackerel and trophy red drum hang out around inshore inlets, channels, beaches and buoys. Offshore, anglers will find amberjack, black sea bass, cobia and barracuda. Apalachicola (Indian Pass to East Pass) Referred to as the ?forgotten coast?, the highly productive waters surrounding Florida?s panhandle offer anglers loads of fishing opportunities. In summer, look for king mackerel, snapper and grouper to move inshore to reefs and wrecks. As fall and winter months approach, look for spotted trout and red drum to join with the other species of fish that inhabit the inshore flats. Big Pine Key (Sugarloaf Key to Seven Mile Bridge) This beautiful area is prime fishing for permit, tarpon, bonefish, gray snapper, red grouper, barracuda, king mackerel, cobia, sailfish, dolphinfish, spotted sea trout, blackfin tuna and wahoo. Biscayne Bay (Card Sound to Miami) Sandwiched between Miami and the Keys, Biscayne Bay is probably one of the most underrated fishing areas in Florida. With more than 200 species of fish calling the reefs here home, this area is full of options. Both the inshore and offshore waters of southeastern Florida are world famous for bonefish, permit, tarpon, barracuda, crevalle jack, gray snapper, king mackerel, dolphinfish, red grouper, sailfish, spotted sea trout and snook. Boca Grande/Charlotte Harbor (Lemon Bay to Cayo Costa) Local legend has it that there is so much fishing here, "even the fish go fishing?. Much of this area remains in its natural state and provides excellent habitat for cobia, gag grouper, crevalle jack, gray snapper, red drum, sheepshead, snook, spanish mackerel, spotted sea trout and tarpon. Cape Canaver



Coastal Charts for Cruising Guide to Western Florida

Coastal Charts for Cruising Guide to Western Florida

This sturdy, reliable book contains all of the color navigation charts needed to find every marina, historical spot, and restaurant listed in its companion guidebook. With Claiborne Young's guide and book of charts, the cruising boater to western Florida will have everything covered.Based on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration charts, this companion to the Cruising Guide to Western Florida contains color navigational charts pertaining to the area. Not only does it give cruisers information on where to drop anchor, but also what to do once they abandon their sea legs. The charts indicate the nearest restaurants, accomodations, historic sites, anchorages, marinas, and fueling stations--even in strange ports of call. Covering ports from Carabelle to Flamingo, the nautical maps feature every destination listed in the companion guidebook, Cruising Guide to Western Florida . With these two thorough references on hand, cruisers will be well informed in any circumstance. Claiborne Youngis guides have become the gold standard of cruising guides. The author and his navigator wife, Karen, are avid, experienced boaters who have logged countless hours exploring coastal Florida to ensure the accuracy of their descriptions and recommendations. Young is also the author of Cruising Guide to Western Florida (pb), Cruising Guide to Eastern Florida, Cruising Guide to the Northern Gulf Coast: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana (pb), and Power Cruising: The Complete Guide to Selecting, Outfitting, and Maintaining Your Power Boat . Additionally, he is the editor of Cruising Guide to New York Waterways and Lake Champlain, all published by Pelican.



Coastal Charts for Cruising the Florida Keys

Coastal Charts for Cruising the Florida Keys



Saltwater Directions Charts for Maryland

Saltwater Directions Charts for Maryland

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size. Middle Chesapeake Bay (Pocomoke Sound to Patuxent River) Depending on the season anglers can expect to catch a wide variety of fish, including striped bass, Atlantic croaker spot croaker, white perch, red and black drum, weakfish and flounder. Upper Chesapeake Bay (Cove Point to Annapolis) Upper Chesapeake Bay (Annapolis to Susquehanna River) Nine of the state's 23 major rivers and multiple creeks, flow into the Chesapeake Bay. Not only is there an abundance of freshwater species located in this area but there is a prolific seafood harvest which includes millions of bushels of crab, oysters, clams and eels. Ocean City Inshore (Chincoteague, VA to Fenwick Island) The inshore waters adjoining Maryland?s Atlantic coast are rich with marine life and offer some of saltwater?s finest fishing. Ocean City Offshore (Chincoteatgue, VA to Cape May, NJ) Shore angling opportunities abound in this resort community. Small craft are able to maneuver and take advantage of everything this quality saltwater has to offer.



Saltwater Direction Charts for Massachusetts

Saltwater Direction Charts for Massachusetts

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS fishing locations, compass headings, structure definitions, depth and contour intervals, marina services, fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish identification. Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24''x36'' - folds to a convenient, compact 6''x9''. Buzzards Bay (includes Martha's Vineyard) This area boasts a world-class fishery. Fish for striper and bluefish off Martha's Vineyard. Nantucket Sound Home to the Kennedy compound and surrounding Hyannis Port. Offers some of the most revered fisheries in the world. Anglers fish for striped bass, bluefish, bonito and false albacore. Cape Cod Bay Anglers will discover Atlantic cod, bluefish, bluefin tuna, striped bass and other species. Whale watching is very popular here, due to the presence of finback, minke, humpback, pilot and northern right whales. Massachusetts Bay (includes Boston Harbor) A premiere tourist attraction of the east coast. Large striped bass, cod and flounder are found here, along with several other popular gamefish. Gloucester The economy and culture here has been tied to commercial fishing for almost 350 years. Sport fishing has learned to capitalize on the exceptional saltwater angling for bluefish, striped bass and flounder. The rich waters of the Atlantic offer many challenges to anglers of all levels of experience. Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Island High-level detail of these islands off the Massachusetts coast. This area is known as one of the world's most elegant seaport communities and yachting centers. Discover vast fishing opportunities for striped bass, bluefish, fluke, false albacore, scup, black sea bass, tautog and Atlantic bonito.



Saltwater Direction Charts for New Jersey

Saltwater Direction Charts for New Jersey

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size. New Jersey Inshore (Cape May to Atlantic City) World-class bluefish and seasonal mackerel are trolled here. World record tautog and black sea bass are fished over wrecks and reefs. Also features summer flounder and weakfish-some of the best on the east coast. New Jersey Inshore (Ocean City to Barnegat Inlet) A thriving area with plenty of winter flounder, weakfish, bluefish and striped bass. New Jersey Inshore (Barnegat Inlet to Deal) Fishing the breakers along the entire coastline can produce quality striped bass and bluefish in the spring. Back bay waters in the summer give up fluke, weakfish, striped bass and in winter, flounder can be caught. New York Bight (Raritan Bay To Atlantic Ocean) The Hudson River hosts the Atlantic's second largest striped bass spawning run here. Blueback herring, spearing, anchovies, menhaden and grass shrimp attract droves of hungry summer flounder, winter flounder, bluefish, striped bass, false albacore, tautog and weakfish.



Saltwater Directions Charts for North Carolina

Saltwater Directions Charts for North Carolina

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS fishing locations, compass headings, structure definitions, depth and contour intervals, marina services, fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID chart. Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size. Long Bay (Sunset Beach to Cape Fear) In summer, flounder, false albacore, Spanish mackerel and cobia are available. Spotted seatrout and red drum are abundant in fall and king mackerel can be caught most of the year. Cape Fear (Cape Fear to Surf City Inshore) A broad selection of species are available by fishing the Offshore banks, inshore reefs, surf or one of the numerous inlets in this area. Onslow Bay (Surf City to Bogue Sound) Inshore fishing here is excellent, with numerous bays, inlets, channels and shoals, offering anglers a chance to hook up with popular gamefish. Cape Lookout (Bogue Sound to Drum Inlet) This area provides some great fishing, along with numerous visitor attractions. The shoreline in this area offers miles of excellent inshore fishing with many bays and sounds, as well as the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Raleigh Bay (Sea level to Hatteras) With many shoals, tributaries and sounds, great fishing is in abundance in this area. Pamlico and Neuse Rivers (Oriental to Belhaven) Referred to as North Carolina's best kept recreational secrets, these fertile environments are home to countless species of wildlife and large numbers of both resident and migratory gamefish. Cape Hatteras (Ocracoke Inlet to Avon) Incredible offshore action. Inshore, find red drum, bluefish, cobia, striped bass, Spanish mackerel and king mackerel. Oregon Inlet (Salvo to Kill Devil Hills) Oregon Inlet and Manns Harbor are famous for wintertime runs of large striped bass. Many other other species inhabit the region by season. Albemarle Sound Central (Includes North, Pasquotank, Little, Alligator rivers) A unique blend of fresh and brackish water provides a great selection of fish. Striped bass never leave the area, while largemouth bass and crappie are found in nearly every creek and backwater. Kitty Hawk (Wanchese to Grandy) The waters of the Croatan, Roanoke, Currituck and Albemarle sounds meet north of Roanoke Island here and offer excellent fishing in the brackish waters. Striped bass top the list of available species. Flounder, red drum, weakfish and spotted seatrout are also found in these waters. Currituck Sound (Grandy to Back Bay, VA) These brackish waters feature outstanding fishing for striped bass, flounder, red drum, and spotted seatrout. The adjacent Atlantic Ocean offers seasonal opportunities for cobia, bluefish and st



Saltwater Direction Charts for New York

Saltwater Direction Charts for New York

Experience the best saltwater charts available. From precise fishing locations with GPS coordinates to accurate depth contours and structure definition, these charts redefine the standard on the water. Each map contains the following information: GPS Fishing Locations, Compass Headings, Structure Definitions, Depth and Contour intervals, marina services, Fishing tips and techniques, artificial reef coordinates, seasonality charts, quick reference fish ID, Charts are printed on waterproof, tear-resistant paper that allows you to make notes right on the chart. Size: 24" x 36" unfolded. Folds to a convenient 6" x 9" compact size. Long Island South (Jamaica Bay to Great South Bay) The south shore of Long Island contains the most extensive acreage of tidal wetlands and the greatest diversity of habitat in New York making for great inshore fishing. Look for weakfish, fluke, winter flounder and blackfish in the bays and esturaries, Falsa albacore, striped bass and bluefish migrate along the coast. Fire Island Inshore (Islip to Hampton Bay) This 32 mile long barrier island is home to summer communities and accessible only by ferry. Area waters are known for top-notch fishing with fluke, striped bass and weakfish. Long Island Sound East (Montauk, NY to Madison, CT) In addition to the vast expanse of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and Long Island Sound, the numerous inlets, bays and harbors surrounding Long Island are well known for exceptional fishing. Fluke, striped bass and bluefish are but a few of the fish available. Long Island Central (Mattituck, NY to Norwalk, CT) Here, saltwater anglers will find striped bass, bluefish and flounder across the seasons. Long Island Sound West Despite its location in the most densely populated area in the U.S. Fishimen can almost always catch striped bass, bluefish, weakfish, scup, black sea bass, tautog, fluke and winter flounder. Nantucket Sound (Montauk to Block Island) The waters surrounding the area are abundant with striped bass, bluefish, fluke and other species that can be fished from inshore, offshore, and banks.



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Charts Of The Chesapeake: (complete Charts For Boaters Cruising The Ch

Charts Of The Chesapeake: (complete Charts For Boaters Cruising The Ch




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