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Coast Guard authorities search for a person in the water off Plymouth Coast Guard authorities search for a person in the water off Plymouth Coast Guard is searching for a possible person in the water after an overturned kayak was spotted off Duxbury Pier Light The Coast Guard is searching for a possible person in the water Monday after an overturned kayak was spotted off Duxbury Pier Light (Bug Light), in Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts. A local fisherman spotted an overturned, unmarked 10-foot lime green kayak with a paddle at about 4 a.m. and reported it to watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Boston. by Coast Guard First District Northeast Posted today at 3:43 am NOAA Fisheries celebrates Sea Turtle Week NOAA Fisheries celebrates Sea Turtle Week We kick-off Sea Turtle Week by highlighting our continuing efforts to improve the conservation of Pacific leatherbacks Each day Fisheries and our partners work hard to do what we can to improve the conservation and recovery of threatened and endangered sea turtles. by NOAA Fisheries Posted on 25 Jun A Few Rays - Go Faster! A Few Rays - Go Faster! How the right sunscreen can make the boat go faster How the right sunscreen can make the boat go faster A good sunscreen is a very necessary part of the sailor’s equipment. When the sunscreen works really well and the sailor using it can do a multi-day regatta without burning or distraction, then that is a piece of equipment worth having. by Indepthskincare Posted on 24 Jun Luke Ryan’s Northern expedition – Verado does it with ease Luke Ryan’s Northern expedition – Verado does it with ease Luke gave 300hp Verado an 850nm workout after loading Haines Hunter 680 Patriot with more than a tonne of extra supplies Chasing Giant Trevally for two weeks off W.A.’s Pilbara coast, adventure angler Luke Ryan has pushed his Mercury Verado harder than ever before and it’s passed every test. by Mercury Marine Posted on 23 Jun Evinrude Anglers’ consistency pays off at 2017 at FLW and NWT events Evinrude Anglers’ consistency pays off at 2017 at FLW and NWT events BRP, a world leader in powersports announced Team Evinrude had strong showings at this past weekend’s FLW and NWT events BRP, a world leader in powersports, announced today Team Evinrude had strong showings at this past weekend’s Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) and National Walleye Tour (NWT) events. In the final FLW regular season event on the Potomac River, held in Marbury, Maryland, June 15-18, 2017, Bryan Thrift claimed the Angler of the Year (AOY) title, with Andy Morgan in second by Rus Graham Posted on 21 Jun Lowrance® angler wins at Potomac Lowrance® angler wins at Potomac Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics, continued its domination of America’s tournament-fishing circuit Lowrance®, a world-leader in fishing electronics since 1957, continued its domination of America’s tournament-fishing circuit as longtime Lowrance user Tom Monsoor won the Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) final regular season event on the Potomac River, held in Marbury, Maryland, June 15-18, 2017. by Andrew Golden Posted on 21 Jun Celebrating 70 years of growing your fish Celebrating 70 years of growing your fish Fisheries Victoria is inviting everyone to celebrate 70 years of successful fish production at Snobs Creek fish hatchery Fisheries Victoria is inviting everyone to come and celebrate 70 years of successful fish production at the Snobs Creek fish hatchery near Lake Eildon on July 2 from 10am - 2pm. by Nick Foster Posted on 20 Jun Adelaide Boat Show opens 30 June Adelaide Boat Show opens 30 June The event is South Australia’s premier recreational boating exhibition, attracting thousands of visitors each year. The event is South Australia’s premier recreational boating exhibition, attracting thousands of visitors each year. by Boating Industry Association Posted on 19 Jun Fishers face firearms and spearing charges Fishers face firearms and spearing charges Sounds of gunfire led Gippsland Fisheries officers and police to a remote spot on banks of the Tarago River last week Sounds of gunfire led Gippsland Fisheries officers and police to a remote spot on the banks of the Tarago River last week, where three men were allegedly shooting and spearing trout during the closed season. by Alan Everett Posted on 19 Jun New measures to safeguard stingrays New measures to safeguard stingrays Fisheries Victoria is seeking public comment on a set of proposed measures aimed at increasing protection to iconic rays Fisheries Victoria is seeking public comment on a set of proposed measures aimed at increasing protection to the States’ iconic rays, skates and guitarfish. by Jane Rawson Posted on 19 Jun Smarter fishing with Google Earth Smarter fishing with Google Earth The ability to view both recent and historical satellite imagery can help you to identify currently submerged features While Google Earth is a well-known way to explore foreign lands from the comfort of your computer, this free software can also be a powerful tool in your fishing arsenal. by Lowrance Electronics Posted on 17 Jun Dean Silvester’s first look at HDS Carbon 16 Dean Silvester’s first look at HDS Carbon 16 Dean Silvester takes first look at the all-new HDS Carbon 16: the largest Lowrance fishfinder/chartplotter ever produced The new 16-inch Carbon replaces an existing HDS Gen3 on the front deck of Dean’s bass boat. He still runs two 12-inch displays at the helm, side-by-side for an ultra-wide view. by Lowrance Electronics Posted on 17 Jun New Whittley Sea Legend offshore performance packages New Whittley Sea Legend offshore performance packages The baby of the SL fleet, the SL 20, is 6.37m in length, but has all the big-boat attributes of its larger SL cousins. The SL 20 offers a legendary offshore fibreglass ride with a deep-vee hull that’s 23 degrees at the transom. It looks as good as it performs with a new-look cabin entry sitting in front of the most comfortable seats in the 6m class. by Whittley Marine Posted on 16 Jun Honda Marine releases four new outboard models Honda Marine releases four new outboard models The 2017 Melbourne International Boat Show marks the global debut for the BF75, BF80, BF90 and BF100 The new ‘crouching’ style gives the outboards a strong and athletic appearance to match the technology packed engine contained within the simple and sleek silver cowl. by Honda Marine Posted on 16 Jun Land-Sea strategy revives Puerto Rico’s corals Land-Sea strategy revives Puerto Rico’s corals Now for the first time, partners in Puerto Rico are coordinating efforts on the land and in the sea to revive corals. This terrestrial-marine approach to restoration is happening near Culebra Island, a populated island about 20 miles east of Puerto Rico’s main island and part of the only NOAA Habitat Focus Area in the Caribbean: the Northeast Marine Corridor and Culebra Island. by Habitat Communication Posted on 16 Jun Two decades later, Drift Gillnet reforms paying off Two decades later, Drift Gillnet reforms paying off In the early 1990s the drift gillnet fishery targeting swordfish off the U.S. West Coast took a high toll on whales In 1996, NOAA Fisheries convened a “take reduction team,” under the Marine Mammal Protection Act. The team brought together scientists, fishermen, representatives of environmental organizations, and others to develop strategies that would reduce the entanglements. Those strategies included net modifications and sound-emitting devices. by NOAA Fisheries Posted on 16 Jun Happy Troller slows boats to fish-striking speeds Happy Troller slows boats to fish-striking speeds A kicker motor is an expensive solution, but is overkill for the fisherman and not necessary—even for hardcore anglers. Some species of fish, especially after spawning, won't chase fast-moving bait. The problem is, many outboard engines won't run at the low RPMs needed to entice a bite. by Davis Instruments Posted on 16 Jun Trout released into Tasmanian Lakes Trout released into Tasmanian Lakes With release of 1 200 adult brown trout, Tooms Lake in Tasmania is now primed & ready for 2017-18 inland fishing season. With the release of 1 200 adult brown trout, Tooms Lake in Tasmania is now primed and ready for the 2017-18 inland fishing season. Recently, the Inland Fisheries Service released 1 200 brown trout between 600-900 grams into Tooms Lake. With the lake level on the rise this water is looking great. These young healthy fish should quickly put on weight. by Carl Hyland Posted on 15 Jun Better trout fishing on the way for Victoria Better trout fishing on the way for Victoria The proposed changes compliment record trout stocking now underway across the state. The proposed changes compliment record trout stocking now underway across the state. by Fisheries Victoria Posted on 15 Jun Shurhold Clean-N-Simple tips on offshore travel safety Shurhold Clean-N-Simple tips on offshore travel safety The Coast Guard requirements meet the essential ingredients for boating safety. Optional boating safety equipment is like icing on the safety cake. The Coast Guard requirements meet the essential ingredients for boating safety. by Shurhold Posted on 15 Jun
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