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Learning About Elusive, Mysterious Alaska Sharks

9/12/2022 by Editor

By NOAA Fisheries. Keeping shark populations healthy is an important part of ecosystem-based management for sustainable fisheries and resilient fishing communities. But getting the information needed to effectively manage Pacific sleeper sharks, salmon sharks, and other large Alaska sharks is challenging. “Data on these sharks are hard to get. They’re… SEE MORE

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How to Protect Your Boat Trailer from Corrosion

8/31/2022 by Editor

By Jim Hendricks Rust never sleeps, and nowhere is this more apparent than on a steel boat trailer. Be it painted or galvanized, dunked in fresh water or the briny, steel trailers eventually succumb to the unrelenting march of corrosion as the iron within the steel alloy seeks to return to… SEE MORE

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Ten Fall Fishing Tips for Cooler Weather

8/29/2022 by Editor

By Discover Boating. Is freshwater fishing your favorite way to relax? Or, maybe saltwater fishing is your number-one hobby? Either way, as the leaves turn colors and a chill appears in the air, there’s sure to be a red-hot fall bite in your neck of the woods. Take full advantage of… SEE MORE

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Best Boat Launches for Kayak Fishing in Baltimore

8/26/2022 by Editor

By David Rudow. Striped Bass, snakeheads, blue cats, and perch, oh my! The Patapsco’s waters in the shadow of Baltimore provide a ton of potential to score and score big, when you set out from these metro-angling hotspots. Ferry Bar Park – Ferry Bar Park is located in southern Baltimore, just… SEE MORE

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Bycatch Reduction Week

8/24/2022 by Editor

By NOAA. Bycatch—the catch of non-target species—is a complex, global issue that threatens the sustainability of our fishing communities, economies, and ocean ecosystems. Learn how we work to develop, test, and adopt gears that reduce bycatch in U.S. fisheries. Join us for Bycatch Reduction Week, August 22–26, 2022, as we… SEE MORE


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Free Fishing Days in New Jersey - Fall 2022

Absecon, Absecon Creek, NJ October 22

Beginning in 2015, the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife has offered spring and fall Free Fishing Days. In 2022, the fall date is October 22. The October date allows the public to take advantage of the fall trout stocking. Remember: on free fishing days residents may fish on the… SEE MORE

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