Links to Coastal State Offices and Local Fish & Wildlife Depts.

4/6/2020 - Trying to get out of the house for some fresh air but not sure about the latest COVID-19 closures in your state? Click the links below to find out current regulations and up-to-date closures in your area. US Fish and Wildlife Service https://www.fws.gov/home/state-by-state-closures.html Alabama https://www.alabama.gov/ https://www.outdooralabama.com/ Alaska http://alaska.gov/ https://www.adfg.alaska.gov/ California… SEE MORE
https://www.nps.gov/subjects/wetlands/restoring-wetlands.htm

Trump Administration Cuts Back Federal Protections for Streams and Wetlands

2/10/2020 - By Scott Neuman and Colin Dwyer. The Environmental Protection Agency is dramatically reducing the amount of U.S. waterways that get federal protection under the Clean Water Act — a move that is welcomed by many farmers, builders and mining companies but is opposed even by the agency's own science advisers.… SEE MORE

Forum Held on New Oregon Boating Laws

8/30/2019 - By Jordan Williams. The open forum at the Deschutes County Services Building was held to explain new boating permits and regulations to boaters and non-motorized boat users. The new boating laws under Senate Bill 47 will mostly affect paddle sports like canoes, kayaks and paddle boards. The legislation is also changing… SEE MORE
Soundcast VG5 Speaker

Soundcast VG5 Bluetooth Speaker

5/22/2019 - By Lucas Fischer. Want some Rolling Stones while enjoying the rolling waves? Water isn’t friendly to most speakers, and it can be a tough battle for us boaters to bring sound to our decks. However, Soundcast’s versatile VG5 bluetooth loudspeaker is strong enough to bump-start a boat party, while small… SEE MORE