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Chris Lane shares his favorite topwater baits Chris Lane shares his favorite topwater baits The Alabama-based Mercury pro has three favorites to cover a variety of fishing conditions Many anglers think of pitching plastics to bass on beds when they think of springtime fishing. Sure, that'll work when the bass are on the beds, but spring also means topwaters to MLF veteran Chris Lane. by Major League Fishing Posted 22 Apr 18:33 UTC 2021 IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 2021 IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Includes Dr. Barbara Block, Jose Campos, Ken Hinman, Patrick Gay A.M. Join us honoring the 2021 Class of the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame which includes Dr. Barbara Block, Jose Campos, Ken Hinman, Patrick Gay A.M. and Dave Whitlock. by The IGFA Posted 22 Apr 18:26 UTC Four fun water activities to help you staycation Four fun water activities to help you staycation How will you spend your summer? Summer is right around the corner, and that means fun days on the water lie ahead. See the activities to get tips and tricks on how to make the most of your favorite boating pastime. by MarineMax Posted 22 Apr 16:43 UTC Capt. Chris Day new owner of TowBoatUS Okeechobee Capt. Chris Day new owner of TowBoatUS Okeechobee Grows successful 24/7 on-water assistance and towing business, helping boaters, anglers In January, TowBoatUS Lake Allatoona, Georgia, was awarded "Tower of the Year" at the annual gathering of the nationwide TowBoatUS on-water towing and assistance fleet. by Scott Croft Posted 22 Apr 16:27 UTC Seth Owens takes helm at TowBoatUS Lake Keowee Seth Owens takes helm at TowBoatUS Lake Keowee 24-hour on-water towing and assistance service for recreational boaters and anglers Jumping off the deep end" may be how Capt. Seth Owens describes his humble beginnings as a hired towing captain for TowBoatUS Lake Hartwell in 2016. by Scott Croft Posted 21 Apr 17:29 UTC Going LARGE Going LARGE One thing the magnificent Lady Moura did was instantly become a seminal vessel I remember seeing her in Palma in 1990, the year she was commissioned. Her owner did not have an official role within the Saudi Government at the time he built lady Moura, but did have serious connections to the Saudi Finance Ministry. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat.World Posted 21 Apr 05:40 UTC Dyneema takes a more environmentally friendly line Dyneema takes a more environmentally friendly line DSM concerned by the depletion of natural resources, climate change and environmental pollution DSM, the Dutch company that makes all the ultra-high molecular polyethylene braid for Berkley, Momoi, Daiwa, Spiderwire and Sufix, says it is concerned by the depletion of natural resources. by Recreational Fishing Alliance of NSW Posted 21 Apr 05:20 UTC Power fishing for early season walleye Power fishing for early season walleye Walleye fishing is synonymous with finesse There's little doubt that a slow, methodical approach will put walleye in the boat or on the ice all season long. However, all anglers will benefit from recent trends in chasing walleyes that illustrate the benefits of power fishing techniques. by Dr. Jason A. Halfen Posted 20 Apr 16:25 UTC Speedy progress on VQ80 SportFish Speedy progress on VQ80 SportFish The design is fully in line with the Vanquish philosophy Construction of the new Vanquish VQ80 is proceeding apace. The final stage of the build will start in mid-May on a prestigious project of which everyone at Vanquish is very proud. by Vanquish Yachts Posted 19 Apr 19:54 UTC Royal Huisman unveils Project 406 Royal Huisman unveils Project 406 The world's largest true sportfish yacht Vripack Yacht Design and Royal Huisman are delighted to unveil the overall looks of the magnificent new Project 406 for the first time since contracts were signed at the end of last year. by Royal Huisman Posted 19 Apr 10:35 UTC See what recreational fishing is all about See what recreational fishing is all about Recreational fishing generates billions of dollars of economic activity throughout coastal community NOAA Fisheries is producing a new series of video shorts focusing on recreational fishing across the country and how we support one of America's favorite pastimes. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 18 Apr 15:45 UTC Gulf of Mexico red snapper crisis averted Gulf of Mexico red snapper crisis averted SSC opted to not include any of the results of the GRSC in its ABC recommendation to the Council The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council voted this week to approve a slight increase in the Gulf of Mexico red snapper 2021 annual catch limit. by American Sportfishing Association Posted 17 Apr 16:19 UTC Restoring a 1978 Montauk - Sharing the love Restoring a 1978 Montauk - Sharing the love One Vancouver boater's way of doing what he loves most When Tom Harris bought the 1978 17' Whaler from a Vancouver Island widower, the boat was in rough shape. Its previous owner ran a small salmon fishing guide operation out of Campbell River and had used it as his designated "workhorse." by Boston Whaler Posted 17 Apr 16:14 UTC Humana joins Union Sportsmen's Alliance Humana joins Union Sportsmen's Alliance The sponsorship will aid in the purchase of approximately 4,000 fishing rod and reel combos Through an agreement signed on April 1, Humana will support the USA's Work Boots on the Ground conservation program as the official 2021 Take Kids Fishing Host Sponsor. by Kate Nation Posted 17 Apr 15:39 UTC North Atlantic right whales are in trouble North Atlantic right whales are in trouble 17 new North Atlantic right whale calves have been spotted, offering us some hope Recently, a critically endangered North Atlantic right whale calf was struck by a vessel off the coast of Florida and washed up dead. The calf had deep propeller cuts on its back and head, broken bones and a cracked skull. by Sailors for the Sea Posted 17 Apr 11:31 UTC Five easy Earth Day tips for boaters Five easy Earth Day tips for boaters April 22 marks the 51st annual environmental celebration Back in 1970 on the first Earth Day, going out boating often meant tolerating polluted waterways. We've come a long way since then. Largely gone are the foul-smelling air and unswimmable waters, remnants of a prior age. by Scott Croft Posted 16 Apr 17:49 UTC First impressions of the Lowrance EliteFS™ First impressions of the Lowrance EliteFS™ Saltwater expert, Captain Rich Tudor, takes the EliteFS™ out on their skiff Saltwater expert, Captain Rich Tudor, takes the EliteFS™ out on their skiff, travelling into the Everglades to test the capabilities of this new Lowrance MFD. by Lowrance Posted 16 Apr 15:12 UTC USCG changes Certificate of Documentation to 5yrs USCG changes Certificate of Documentation to 5yrs New rule will spare some boaters an annual task Of the nation's nearly 12 million registered recreational boats, those owners who federally document their vessels, or about 165,000 boats, will be spared the hassle of renewing their U.S. Coast Guard Certificate of Documentation every year by Scott Croft Posted 16 Apr 14:41 UTC A stunning new breed of smaller boat A stunning new breed of smaller boat 14 Technohull T7 units already sold A brand-new category of sporty, comfortable dayboats will hit the water near Piraeus later in April, when Technohull launches its new 7.8m boat. by Technohull Posted 16 Apr 06:24 UTC Top 10 baits from Grand Lake Top 10 baits from Grand Lake Dirty water prevented any sight-fishing from occurring Spinnerbaits and jigs go together with Grand Lake in the springtime like ham and cheese on a sandwich. So, the fact that the majority of the top 10 pros on Grand for the Toyota Series Presented by A.R.E. event utilized them to some degree isn't a shock. by Major League Fishing Posted 15 Apr 13:51 UTC
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