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  • Coast Guard Rescues 3 After Collision with Breakwall

    Coast Guard Rescues 3 After Collision with Breakwall

    Shortly after 9:30 p.m., a watchstander at Coast Guard Sector Lake Michigan received a call from a good Samaritan stating he had witnessed a vessel run into the breakwall. - See more at: http://www.thefishingwire.com/story/352396#sthash.u5luOLVe.dpuf

  • Reserve Fishing Launches New Website and App

    Reserve Fishing Launches New Website and App

    Fishing guides and charters are able to update their information, while fishermen are able to search, compare and reserve. Reservefishing.com has a searchable database filled with guides from around the world.

  • YOLOtek's PowerStick Wins Best in Show at ICAST

    YOLOtek's PowerStick Wins Best in Show at ICAST

    The PowerStick, which plugs into a boat's navigation light port and allows boaters and anglers to securely charge their cell phones while on the water, received the top honor in its category being selected as one of only 24 products to earn a Best in Show title at this year's event.

  • EPA Wants to Know How Much Corn You Want in Your Boat's Gas Tank

    EPA Wants to Know How Much Corn You Want in Your Boat's Gas Tank

    The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is the 2005 federal law that requires the blending of biofuels such as corn-ethanol into our gasoline. When it was written, it assumed that America's use of gasoline would continue to rise and mandated escalating amounts of biofuels to be blended with our fuel. Since 2005, however, gasoline usage has actually declined steadily, which today forces more ethanol into less gasoline.

  • Coast Guard Rescues Man and Dog 69 Miles West of Hudson, Fla.

    Coast Guard Rescues Man and Dog 69 Miles West of Hudson, Fla.

    Coast Guard Rescues Man boat fire Dog 69 Miles West of Hudson, Fla.

  • AZGFD, Area Law Enforcement Plan Statewide OUI Patrols on Arizona Waterways

    AZGFD, Area Law Enforcement Plan Statewide OUI Patrols on Arizona Waterways

    Operation Dry Water aims to curb impaired boating, focuses on boater safety PHOENIX — The sizzling summer has arrived in Arizona and people are piling in their boats and flocking to area lakes and rivers.

  • Essential Toolkit for Your Boat

    Essential Toolkit for Your Boat

    When you are out on the open water, the last thing you want to think about is something going wrong. If something does happen to your boat when you are on the open water, would you have the tools on board to fix it? Do you know what tools to keep on board for common boat problems?

  • New Tech System Helps Anglers with Physical Limitations

    New Tech System Helps Anglers with Physical Limitations

    The M-POW-R REEL®, now paired with the innovative and versatile M-POW-R Harness, gives anglers with physical limitations even more angling options Brainerd, MN – Through years of research and development and advice from such angling luminaries as Al Lindner, Dan Sura, Dave Csanda and Jeff Zernov, as well as input from anglers with physical limitations, was born the M-POW-R REEL®. http://www.mpowrfishing.com/m-pow-r-nk-100ph.html

  • 4 Rescued After Boat Capsizes in Lake Erie

    4 Rescued After Boat Capsizes in Lake Erie

    Boasting Safety AppCLEVELAND – A Coast Guard boat crew from Station Marblehead, Ohio, rescued four people from Lake Erie Friday afternoon after the people's boat capsized near Kelley's Island, sending all four into the lake.

  • New Boat and Tow Vehicle Stolen from Boat Yard

    New Boat and Tow Vehicle Stolen from Boat Yard

    During the weekend of June 6–7, thieves broke into Ocean Master's secured boatyard and stole a truck, trailer and new boat with outboards.

  • Star brite Introduces "Sunblock" for your Vinyl Boat Seats

    Star brite Introduces "Sunblock" for your Vinyl Boat Seats

    Worldwide leading manufacturer of appearance chemicals, lubricants & fuel additives since 1973. Sunblock for your vinyl boat seats.

  • Win Elite Series Pro Greg Vinson's 2015 Phoenix Boat

    Win Elite Series Pro Greg Vinson's 2015 Phoenix Boat

    Bassmaster Elite Series professional angler Greg Vinson, from Wetumpka, Ala. and Outdoor Friends Forever, have partnered to provide an opportunity for the public to donate to the organization, and win a 2015 Phoenix / Mercury tour rig.

  • Yamaha Marine Group Applauds Passage of H.R. 1335

    Yamaha Marine Group Applauds Passage of H.R. 1335

    Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization contains major provisions benefitting recreational fishing WASHINGTON-- Yamaha Marine Group, along with a coalition of organizations representing the recreational boating and fishing communities, congratulates the U.S. House of Representatives on its passage of H.R. 1335, a bill to reauthorize the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, the primary statute governing the nation's marine fisheries.

  • Record Striper Caught

    Record Striper Caught

    Lawrence Dillman of Rockaway Beach became the most recent record-breaking angler in Missouri when he hooked a giant striped bass on Bull Shoals Lake using a rod and reel. The new "pole and line" record striped bass caught by Dillman on May 21 weighed 65 pounds, 2 ounces with a length of 49 ¾ inches and a girth of 36 inches. Dillman used 20-pound test line and a chub minnow to catch the behemoth.

  • Bass Pro Shops Drift Anchor Controls Boat Speed

    Bass Pro Shops Drift Anchor Controls Boat Speed

    One of the most important factors for consistently catching fish is boat control. When you're at the mercy of the wind, presenting a lure at the right speed and depth can be a challenge whether you're trolling, casting or drifting the hot bite. An affordable solution for controlling boat speed so you can stay on fish is Bass Pro Shops Extreme Drift Anchor. The idea of a drift anchor is pretty straight forward. As your boat is pushed across the water by the wind, deploying a drift anchor slows you down; much like a parachute keeps someone from gaining too much speed when they jump from an airplane. Place the drift anchor in the right position on the boat, and you can achieve a completely horizontal drift. That way everyone onboard gets an equal shot.

  • McMurdo Personal Locator Devices

    McMurdo Personal Locator Devices

    Here's a brief look at two of the most popular personal technology devices for safer summer boating, courtesy of McMurdo, a leading manufacturer of boating safety electronics and official safety beacon provider of the hit Discovery Channel reality television series Deadliest Catch.Personal Automated Identification System Man Overboard Devices (AIS MOB) McMurdo introduced the world's first personal AIS Man Overboard (AIS MOB) Device 3 years ago and was the life-saving device in the high-profile rescue of Andrew Taylor in the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.

  • Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Radio Interviews Stacey King

    Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Radio Interviews Stacey King

    PRINGFIELD, Mo. – Stacey King, Bass Pro Shops/NITRO national fishing team member, talks about his career as a pro bass angler, including being recently inducted into the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame. The hour-long radio show airs Saturday, May 16, 2015, at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern time on RURAL RADIO's SiriusXM channel 80. Steve Mason, product development for Tracker Marine, shares news about two new Tracker aluminum fishing boats.

  • Boating Deaths Second Lowest on Record for 2014

    Boating Deaths Second Lowest on Record for 2014

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – 610 people died in recreational boating accidents in 2014, according to data released today by the U.S. Coast Guard. This marks the second lowest number of yearly boating fatalities on record. The lowest number of yearly boating fatalities was 560 in 2013. The greatest number of boating deaths was recorded in 1973 when there were 1,754 fatalities. "There are three basic things a boater can do to be safer on the water," said Eleanor Mariani, president of the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators.

  • Multi-Agency Arizona OUI Checkpoint Slated for Weekend

    Multi-Agency Arizona OUI Checkpoint Slated for Weekend

    KINGMAN, Ariz. –– The Arizona Game and Fish Department will participate in a multi-agency enforcement effort on the Colorado River system this weekend, checking for individuals operating under the influence (OUI). Game and Fish, the Nevada Department of Wildlife, and the National Park Service, will be enforcing Arizona's OUI legal limit of .08 blood-alcohol content. All boaters passing through the checkpoint will be subject to a systematic safety inspection this weekend. Operators will be checked for alcohol impairment and required safety equipment, such as proper life jackets and working fire extinguishers. "The responsibility for boating safety among watercraft users is critically important," said Velma Holt-Buhr, west sector supervisor for Game and Fish's regional office in Kingman. "The area is growing quickly, and we share these waterways with California and Nevada. It's becoming very congested, which lends itself to more potential hazards." Holt-Buhr advises boaters to review requirements in the regulations prior to launching. To avoid some of the more common violations, be sure to have a U.S. Coast Guard-approved lifejacket for each individual on board, a working fire extinguisher and a Type IV throwable personal floatation device (PFD). Anyone 12 and under must wear a lifejacket at all times. Additional multi-agency OUI checkpoints will occur on the Colorado River and its reservoirs throughout the boating season. Game and Fish encourages boaters to take part in a boating education class. For a listing of classes, visit www.azgfd.gov. Did you know? The Arizona Game and Fish Department has trust responsibility for managing more than 800 native wildlife species – the most of any inland state – for current and future generations of Arizona citizens. www.azgfd.gov/h_f/northamericanmodel.shtml