2022 Striped Bass Young of the Year Survey Results

Scientists with Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources conduct the annual young-of-year striped bass survey each summer. Courtesy Maryland Department of Natural Resources It’s that time of year again. The annual young-of-the-year (YOY) striped bass survey handled by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has wrapped up. This survey has been conducted the same way since […]

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Main Pros and Cons of Hunting

Hunting You have purchased the best rifle, optics, ammo, and hunting clothes. You have the necessary tools to hunt. There are many animals in the area you intend to fo hunting, and you even have all the required permits. But before you go, you have many questions running through your mind. Is hunting a safe […]

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Centurion’s Salute to Service Events Wake Waves of Positive Change

.embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } Centurion’s support of service organizations like Operation Wake Surf and Operation Get Out is their opportunity to honor service members, first responders and frontline […]

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Discover Puerto Rico

Warm Up to Puerto Rico The island is a U.S. territory and a gateway to the Caribbean. It’s amazing how little most U.S. mainlanders really know about Puerto Rico. Sure, plenty have flown to the island or even taken cruise ships to San Juan, the capital of this United States territory, but I’m not convinced […]

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Do I Really Need a T-Top?

T-tops, like the one on this Sea Pro, can increase comfort and perform a variety of useful functions. Courtesy Suzuki My first boat was an entry-level 21-foot center console powered by a 140-hp two-stroke outboard. When I say it was a wide-open fishing machine, I mean it was wide open. No seating, aside from a […]

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Weather Ends Final Day Of OPA Englewood Beach Worlds

<!– Racing: Weather Ends Final Day Of OPA Englewood Beach Worlds –> Never let it be said that Mother Nature lacks a dark side. After serving up a chamber of commerce forecast for the Saturday rounds of competition at the Offshore Powerboat Association’s world championships in Englewood Beach, Fla., she had other plans yesterday. Though […]

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Winnebago Industries announces consumer research findings and new research center

Winnebago Industries, Inc. has unveiled findings from its first consumer research initiative on outdoor recreation and announced the development of a new facility and expanded resources dedicated to innovating next-generation technologies for the recreational vehicle and marine industries. Consumer research Winnebago’s inaugural report found that future demand for outdoor recreation is strong, with nearly 90% […]

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Key West Worlds Finale: Twice as Nice

<!– Racing: Key West Worlds Finale: Twice as Nice –> After finishing second in day one of Class 1 racing at the offshore racing world championships in Key West., Fla., last Friday, throttleman John Tomlinson and driver Carlos de Quesada in the 49-foot Victory catamaran, Huski/Alegra Motorsports, took advantage of some early chaos to leap […]

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Government data reports outdoor recreation industry generates record numbers

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has released economic data for 2021 showing the outdoor recreation industry’s impact on the U.S. economy. Outdoor recreation generates $862 billion in economic output and 4.5 million jobs. This is the fifth consecutive year that BEA has released government data on this industry sector. Key highlights from […]

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Fall Bass Favorites

Bass fishing may not offer many definitive statements, but here’s one you can take to the bank: During the fall season, find the bait and you’ll find the bass. By late summer, schools of shad, herring and other forage species start heading into the creeks, pockets and backwaters of reservoirs throughout the U.S. Soon, the […]

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Ten Useful Suggestions For Taking Children Fishing

Ten Useful Suggestions For Taking Children Fishing Introducing your children to fishing for the first time is an exciting but potentially dangerous endeavor. You are already aware of the difficulties that lie ahead, and the thought of the younger ones hunting on the waters makes you feel a little uneasy. Spending time in nature and […]

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Riverfront Renaissance

Photo by Toledo Aerial Media A boatload of attractions — including the nation’s largest mural — along the Maumee make Toledo a mighty fine Lake Erie destination. By Damaine Vonada Despite all the natural assets that Toledo, Ohio, enjoys because of its location at the place where the gaping mouth of the Maumee River empties […]

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The Focused Aggression of False Albacore

Sergeant Feller summited the sand dune that faced southwest, overlooking a crescent beach. The goat path was as steep as any mountain trail. With his hands on his knees, head down and eyes on his feet, he caught his breath. He chuckled to himself, imagining what his brothers in arms would say if they saw […]

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