Fish Stories

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February 6, 2015

Could it get any better?

In the first picture, Tim Baxley, Founder & CEO withTimothy Baxley, Jr., Marine Outfitter having fun in the backwoods swamp with the Gator Trax Mud Boat and Gator-Tail GTR35 Mud Motor. It was a cold day, but with the gear, guns, and mud, it felt right at home.

In the second picture, Tim Baxley, Founder & CEO and Andrew Benton, Marine Outfitter, finishing up a hunt on Lake Murray. Hunting that day from the Gator-Tail Xtreme Series 1854 center console with Gator-Tail GTR35 Mud Motor, it was as much fun getting to the spot as it was hunting.

In the third photo, Nicole Cail, Parts & Accessory Outfitter with Timothy Baxley, Jr., Marine Outfitter, heading back in after a day hunting with the Mud Crew. Nicole Cail shows that Mud Motors are not just for boys.


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July 17, 2014

Mud Motor Hunting & Fishing

In the first picture, Tim Baxley, Founder & CEO withTimothy Baxley, Jr., Marine Outfitter having fun on their way back from the Duck Hole in Gator Tail Mud Boat and Gator-Tail GTR35 Mud Motor. It was a cold day on the water, but with the Mud Men of Muddy Bay, along with all the gear, guns, and mud, it was a great day.

In the second picture, Tim Baxley, Founder & CEO along with Andrew Benton, Marine Outfitter, Timothy Baxley, Jr. Marine Outfitter, and Nicole Cail, Parts & Accessory Outfitter finishing up a hunt on Lake Murray. Hunting that day from the Gator-Tail Xtreme Series 1854 center console and a Gator-Trax 1750 HyperSport, both with with Gator-Tail GTR35 Mud Motors, it was as much fun running to hole with the Mud Crew and it was limiting out.

In the third picture, Tim Baxley, Founder & CEO with Andrew Benton, Marine Outfitter bass fishing on a windy Lake Murray Afternoon. Fortunately, the fish were biting, and the company was great. We spent the day fishing from a Gator-Tail 1854 Xtreme Series CC Mud Boat with the Gator-Tail 35GTR Mud Motor, allowing us to get inside a stumpy, loggy cove where the fish were biting.


June 11, 2014

Muddy Bay Team gets Shot!

In getting ready for the launch of the new Muddy Bay website, we were fortunate to work with the outstanding team at T2H Advertising and the Award-Winning Commercial and Architectural Photographer, Matt Silk. Known the world over for his unique ability to manipulate and shape light, Matt spent the day wading and riding, muddy and wet, taking Muddy Bay's big vision and bringing that vision to life.

Matt and his crew spent the day shooting hundreds of photos and videos of Team Muddy Bay, crafting both a vision and story.

We hope you enjoy.