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Seven Time Grady-White Fanatic Tim Smith’s 30 Year Love Affair

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Tim Smith, seven-time Grady-White owner, admits, “A couple of times I thought THIS boat will last me a lifetime,” but then he notes, “life changes, and then your boat changes too.”

Modern Fish Act Signed at Close of 2018

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Washington, DC.—On December 31, 2018, the Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Management Act, also known as the Modern Fish Act, was signed into law. Designed to improve access for recreational saltwater fishing while keeping a focusing on conservation and sustainability, the bill had strong bipartisan support with cosponsors from both coastal and non-coastal states.

Swimming, Scuba Diving, Offshore Fishing, Evenings Out and Island Hopping for Prize Lobster–Versatility and Super Quality Steer These Fanatics to Fourth Grady-White

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Scott Anderson and his wife, Sarah, and teenage sons, Luke and Wade, typically spend about 400 hours a year on their boat doing just about everything that you can imagine on the water. Truly, they are living The Grady Life! Their loyal ownership and enthusiastic enjoyment of our boats make them featured Grady-White fanatics.

Fanatics Fuel Florida Fishing Fervor in Fourth Grady-White

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Mark and Robin Sellinger get an A+ on their choice of boats for sure! Their enjoyment of four Gradys over the years to pursue their passion for fishing reminds us all of how the exceptional detail aboard every Grady-White enhances enjoyment–from casual casting to tournament-winning technique. Get to know these fanatics!

Growing Guys and Gals Take Along Their Grady Pals

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Canine Grady fanatic “Tarheel” handles her Grady crew with a firm hand….er, paw…as she gets the family’s third Grady underway for a day on the water. First Mates Lisa and Darrin Cutrell, as well as their human son, Dawson, “snap to” when Tarheel barks commands.

Fishing Fanatic Grady Family Enjoys Life in Paradise

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Cesar Castillo enthusiastically enjoys his second Grady-White, a Canyon 366, and we proudly proclaim Cesar and his family as the August 2018 Grady-White fanatics. He tells it best about the family’s ultimate boating experiences aboard their Grady-White.

Boat Lovers, Dog Lovers, Converts!

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Meet Tom and June Linke, and “Schooner” (the wire-haired fox terrier in charge) aboard their new Freedom 235. Tom says they formerly owned a “Brand X” boat, but once they took a test ride the family was convinced they had to “Get the Grady!”

Love blossoms on a Grady-White!

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David Chappell and his family were assisting Grady-White during a photo shoot in Morehead City in June of 2015. Marketing Vice President Shelley Tubaugh asked if son Ben knew any young ladies of about his age who were boaters, and who might be available to model. Ben knew Sydney Pfaff casually from work at a local restaurant, and asked her if she wanted to participate.

Kris Carroll Honored with 2018 Hammond Marine Industry Leadership Award at 2018 American Boating Congress

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The Foundation for Recreational Boating Safety, Education and Environmental Awareness announces that Grady-White Boats President Kris Carroll is a recipient of the 2018 Hammond Marine Industry Leadership Award for extraordinary service and commitment to advocacy on behalf of the recreational boating industry. Kris was honored at a ceremony during the American Boating Congress (ABC) in Washington, D.C., on May 11.

Grady-White Supporting “Oyster Highway” Project in New River Estuary

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The benefits of healthy oyster populations are myriad in terms not only of a delicious food source, but also as an aid to improving estuarine water quality. But that’s not all, healthy oyster resources are vital to the welfare of important recreational fish species. In North Carolina that includes especially red drum, black drum and spotted seatrout.