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  • Copperopolis man faces 13 years | Found guilty of boating under the influence at Lake Tulloch

    Copperopolis man faces 13 years | Found guilty of boating under the influence at Lake Tulloch

    As a Calaveras County Superior Court clerk read out the guilty verdict on Monday afternoon for Dean Payne, a Copperopolis man accused of injuring two women on Lake Tulloch while under the influence of alcohol, Payne began to slump.

  • February Marks California Boating Congress

    February Marks California Boating Congress

    California, with its abundance of rivers, lakes, Delta and coastal waterways, is one of the largest boating states in the nation. Mr. Newsome will be highlighting the importance and economic impact of boating in the state, including the numerous jobs and associated businesses revolving around recreational boating activity. The boating industry contributes more than $9.6 Billion annually to the state economy, a fact that many of our state legislators and regulators need to be reminded of.

  • Free Online Boating Safety Course from BoatUS

    Free Online Boating Safety Course from BoatUS

    The BoatUS Foundation's boating safety course is the only free online educational tool that helps boaters obtain their state's boating safety education certification easily and affordably. To help keep the course free, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit is asking for tax-deductible donations to help educate the next generation of recreational boaters.

  • Cold Water Boating Tips

    Cold Water Boating Tips

    Enjoying the marine environment doesn't have to stop when the warm weather ends! As the temperature begins to drop, fish and marine mammals are stirring around our local waters in preparation of winter. This change of seasons offers ample opportunities for fishing as well as wildlife viewing from our shores or even closer, from the water.

  • Boating Accident Investigation Course

    Boating Accident Investigation Course

    A one-of-its-kind boating accident investigation course took place at Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) headquarters in Phoenix last week. The goal for the more than 30 watercraft officers attending from across the U.S. and Canada was to advance their skills in accident investigation through in-classroom instruction and hands-on examination of staged boating collisions.

  • Customize maps on your Boating app

    Customize maps on your Boating app

    The Navionics Boating app offers a rich set of invaluable features, allowing you to easilycustomize the map to fit your needs!

  • On-the-water experience hubs will bring fishing and boating experiences to urban audiences

    On-the-water experience hubs will bring fishing and boating experiences to urban audiences

    Pilot Take Me Fishing First Catch Centers to Cultivate the Next Generation of Anglers On-the-water experience hubs will bring fishing and boating experiences to urban audiences

  • New Arizona Boating Regulations and Fees Now in Effect

    New Arizona Boating Regulations and Fees Now in Effect

    Boating and watercraft regulation changes aimed at increasing customer service and public safety on Arizona's waterways went into effect Saturday, Aug. 5.

  • 15 new film shorts from BoatUS  | How-To Fix and Do Boating Projects

    15 new film shorts from BoatUS | How-To Fix and Do Boating Projects

    What are the common boating tasks that drive boat owners to ask for help? Editors at BoatUS Magazine, the trusted voice of American boating, compiled a list of the top topics and announced the kickoff of a "BoatUS Summer How-to Film Festival" today with the release of 15 short, easily-watchable videos.

  • National Media On The Water with Discover Boating

    National Media On The Water with Discover Boating

    Discover Boating hosted national media on the water last week in New York and Boston to help media experience boating firsthand and spur on-water story ideas. National media that attended inlcuded Men's Journal, SELF, Shape, Women's Health, NY Mag, Forbes Life, Conde Nast Traveler, Food Network, National Geographic Adventures, Paste, People Home & Travel and Health.

  • Free Arizona Fishing Clinics June 3-11 Celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week

    Free Arizona Fishing Clinics June 3-11 Celebrate National Fishing and Boating Week

    You can fish Arizona waters for free this Saturday, making this an ideal time to take the family out for some fun and relaxing outdoor recreation. Arizona's Free Fishing Day will be celebrated on June 3 this year as part of National Fishing and Boating Week, which runs June 3-11.

  • California Boaters Can Now Take Free Boating Safety Course at Home

    California Boaters Can Now Take Free Boating Safety Course at Home

    BoatUS Foundation online boating safety course approved by California State Parks Division of Boating and Waterways

  • 2017 ISE Sacramento Show Guide

    2017 ISE Sacramento Show Guide

    International Sportsmens Expo, ISE, ISE Sacramento, Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Boat Show, Outdoor Show,

  • So far this year, 88 people died on Texas rivers and lakes

    So far this year, 88 people died on Texas rivers and lakes

    AUSTIN— In the first eight months of 2016, 88 people died on Texas rivers and lakes due to drowning, trauma and other causes. Many of these tragedies can be avoided, which is why Texas game wardens are asking boaters, anglers and swimmers to make a promise to friends and family during the Labor Day holiday weekend to stay safe out on the water and follow these basic guidelines:

  • Aqualuma Merges with Tides Marine

    Aqualuma Merges with Tides Marine

    Former Aqualuma US Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Alexandra Bader, has been named President of the new Aqualuma division within Tides Marine.

  • Wear a Life Jacket – Your Life Could Depend on it

    Wear a Life Jacket – Your Life Could Depend on it

    Since boating season started to ramp up in April, 11 boaters have died from drowning across the state. None of the victims were wearing a life jacket.

  • Pokémon Go and Boating

    Pokémon Go and Boating

    The reality-game-meets-exercise app currently taking the nation by storm, "Pokémon Go," now has 21 million users every day – reportedly the most successful mobile game ever in the US. The game features characters called Pokémon that players capture in the real world using a combination of GPS and augmented reality.

  • Game and Fish: Boat safe, boat smart, boat sober

    Game and Fish: Boat safe, boat smart, boat sober

    The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) will participate in a multi-agency enforcement patrol this weekend on the Colorado River, pursuing those who are operating their boats and other watercraft while under the influence (OUI) of drugs or alcohol.

  • Nevada Law Enforcement Agencies Participate in Operation Dry Water June 25-26

    Nevada Law Enforcement Agencies Participate in Operation Dry Water June 25-26

    Law enforcement officers across Nevada will be on heightened alert for those violating boating under the influence laws during the annual Operation Dry Water weekend, June 25- 26. Operation Dry Water is a nationally coordinated heightened awareness and enforcement campaign, focused on deterring boaters from boating under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

  • Take the pledge to never boat under the influence

    Take the pledge to never boat under the influence

    "The three days of heightened enforcement take place just prior to the July Fourth holiday weekend, which is unfortunately known for drinking and boating, leading to deadly accidents," said Lt. Tom Wanless, state boating law administrator and supervisor of the DNR Law Enforcement Division's recreational safety, education and enforcement section. "Our goal is to save lives."