Boat Blue Knot Dock Anchor Sea Rope Fishermen

Boating 101: Choosing the Right Rope

6/12/2019 - By Boat US. Like many other boating products, rope is not a static commodity, but is still evolving and improving.  When you buy, read the latest product information. Most boaters will use either one form or another of nylon and perhaps also polypropylene.  Nylon For most docking and anchor lines,… SEE MORE
Dressing for the weather and water temperature makes all the difference

Kayaking 101: What to Wear

6/12/2019 - Warm Weather and Water If you live in a hot part of the world that has warm water, dressing for kayaking is simple. Your biggest challenge will be staying cool, hydrated, and protected from the sun, and this should be something that you're used to doing. The most simple solution… SEE MORE
Kid Fishing Day

11 Kid-friendly Fishing Locations Near Seattle

6/10/2019 - By Allison Holm. For many of us, the age-old pastime of fishing evokes memories of summer’s glassy lakes and warm breezes. For others, it may call up pre-dawn wake-ups, soggy worms and even soggier rain boots. Either way, fishing is a childhood rite of passage and — for many of… SEE MORE
A new law makes it easier for law enforcement, counties and cities to remove derelict boats.

New Law Aimed at Removal of Derelict Boats

6/10/2019 - By Elaine Allen-Emrich. A new Florida law could make it easier for local governments and law enforcement to remove derelict boats from waters in their jurisdictions. Derelict boats are an environmental hazard and safety concern, state and local officials have said. After three years of confusion since rules for removing… SEE MORE
Lowcountry Boil

A Lowcountry Culinary Tradition

6/7/2019 - By Margaret Gregory. Friends engage in conversation in the backyard while enjoying a breezy summer evening. Citronella candles cast a soft glow, attempting to ward off those little Southern vampires we call mosquitoes. A few people focus on a serious game of bocce ball, and the aroma of spicy seasonings… SEE MORE
The MassWildlife Angler Education Program provides people of all ages a chance to try fishing

Learn to Fish for Free this Summer

6/7/2019 - Celebrate the arrival of warm weather by attending one of the many Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) Angler Education Program events being held across the state this summer. Events are for adults, kids, and families who want to learn how to fish in a non-competitive environment. Fishing equipment… SEE MORE
Caribbean spiny lobster, Panulirus argus

A Beginner’s Guide to Florida Lobstering

6/7/2019 - By Terry Tomalin. There's good reason lobster divers are called bug hunters. The hardest part about catching these tasty crustaceans is finding them. Lobsters don’t stay put. They love to move around. When the special two-day spiny lobster sport season opens each year the last Wednesday and Thursday in July,… SEE MORE

Groundfish Make a Comeback in Monterey Bay

6/7/2019 - By Kathryn McKenzie. Groundfish used to be the linchpin of California commercial fishing—a year-round, reliable catch of tender white fish that consumers were eager to buy. But that all came to a halt almost two decades ago after populations plummeted from overfishing. Now, in a remarkable development, California groundfish—which include… SEE MORE