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The Next Full Moon is the Snow, Storm, or Hunger Moon

2/5/2023

By solarsystem.nasa.gov The Next Full Moon is the Snow, Storm, or Hunger Moon; the Wolf or Candles Moon; the Chinese Lantern Festival Moon; Tu BiShvat; the Thaipusam Festival Moon; Magha Purnima; and Navam Poya. The phases of the Moon for February 2023. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech The next full Moon will be… SEE MORE

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How to Fish: Fishing Tips for Beginners

2/4/2023

By takemefishing.org The best places for boating generally have a few important things in common. First, the best boating lakes offer you multiple ramps or access points. In other words, launching and docking your boat is super easy because you aren’t limited to a single ramp or marina. Second, there… SEE MORE

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How to Fish: Fishing Tips for Beginners

2/3/2023

By www.discoverboating.com You may have recently discovered just how much fun freshwater fishing can be, or maybe some recent saltwater fishing excitement has got you hooked on the sport, but no matter how and where you fish there are some basic fishing tips for beginners that all anglers need to… SEE MORE

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Farming Sea Scallops in Maine Offers New Opportunities and Builds Community Resilience

2/2/2023

By fisheries.noaa.gov See how farming sea scallops in Maine is helping fishermen and coastal communities face new challenges and adapt. Fishermen lowers sea scallops into the water. Credit: NOAA Fisheries. Aquaculture of sea scallops in Maine has been steadily developing for about 20 years. This type of seafood farming offers… SEE MORE

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Comet 2022 E3 ZTF closest to Earth February 1 and 2

2/1/2023

By earthsky.org The great comet hunter Don Machholz originally wrote this article for EarthSky in March 2022. Sadly, Don unexpectedly passed away in August 2022. A great loss to his family and the world! Read and comment on Don’s tribute page here. Recent updates on this article are by Eddie… SEE MORE

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How to Balance Weight on Your Boat

1/31/2023

By www.boatingmag.com Control of people and weight ensures safety and better handling. Photo: Gordon Leggett / 2021-09-02_Maine_Marine_Patrol_Boat_at_Ellsworth_ME_USA Wikimedia Commons Managing the load aboard your boat begins before you set out and continues throughout the day. Keep an eye on your boat’s load, and you’ll enjoy greater safety, increased efficiency and improved handling.… SEE MORE

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NASA Says 2022 Fifth Warmest Year on Record, Warming Trend Continues

1/30/2023

By www.nasa.gov Change in Average Temperature With Fahrenheit.svg_ via Wikimedia Commons Earth’s average surface temperature in 2022 tied with 2015 as the fifth warmest on record, according to an analysis by NASA. Continuing the planet’s long-term warming trend, global temperatures in 2022 were 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.89 degrees Celsius) above… SEE MORE

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How Many Rod Holders Does a Boat Need?

1/29/2023

By www.saltwatersportsman.com More rod holders are better, but is there a point when enough is enough? woman_fishing_with_rod_holder via Wikimedia Commons Some modern fishing boats have fishing rod holders lining the gunwales from stem to stern, and others come with a mere two in the stern. Which begs the question: Just… SEE MORE

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