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New Sea Grant funding to American lobster industry New Sea Grant funding to American lobster industry Funding for research aimed at understanding physical and chemical changes affecting American lobster Sea Grant announced new funding today for research aimed at understanding physical and chemical changes affecting American lobster (Homarus americanus) in the Gulf of Maine as well as a regional lobster extension program. by Audrey Maran, NOAA Fisheries Posted 15 Sep 14:01 UTC Fusion launches new FM Speakers and Subwoofers Fusion launches new FM Speakers and Subwoofers FM Series is designed to comply with ISO12216 Annex D1.1 for Areas II, III & IV Fusion®, a worldwide leader in marine audio entertainment, announced today the release of the new FM Series flush mount marine speakers and subwoofers, engineered to deliver high-quality acoustics and bass in a sleek form factor by Andrew Golden Posted 15 Sep 14:01 UTC Fusion launches new shallow mount speakers Fusion launches new shallow mount speakers New speakers can be installed in various positions Fusion®, a worldwide leader in marine audio entertainment, have announced the release of the new SM Series shallow mount marine speakers and subwoofers, engineered to deliver high-quality acoustics ideal for installations where mounting depth is limited. by Andrew Golden Posted 13 Sep 13:49 UTC View SHOCK-WBV shock mitigation units at SIBS View SHOCK-WBV shock mitigation units at SIBS SHOCK-WBV, by Sea Sure, is a seat suspension system for powerboats Underpinning SHOCK-WBV's rapid growth and proven results, three of the UK's most renowned powerboat manufacturers are exhibiting the brand's shock mitigation units on boats at Southampton International Boat Show (SIBS). by Zella Compton Posted 13 Sep 05:29 UTC NOAA Fisheries to work with Maine lobster industry NOAA Fisheries to work with Maine lobster industry Regional measures to reduce the risk of right whale serious injuries and deaths NOAA Fisheries is disappointed that the Maine Lobstermen's Association announced it is backing away from its commitment to regional measures to reduce the risk of right whale serious injuries and deaths. by Chris Oliver, NOAA Fisheries Posted 12 Sep 12:53 UTC Scientists tracking King George Whiting movements Scientists tracking King George Whiting movements Help track the movement patterns of King George whiting Saltwater fishers are doing their bit to help track the movement patterns of King George whiting in Victorian waters, thanks to a three-year research project funded by recreational fishing licence fees. by Marc Ainsworth Posted 11 Sep 04:16 UTC Lowrance launches new PSI-1 Lowrance launches new PSI-1 The interface brings LiveSight sonar support to HDS carbon displays Lowrance®, a world-leading brand in fishing electronics since 1957, recently announced the launch of the PSI-1 Performance Sonar Interface, a sonar module that brings LiveSight™ Sonar capability to HDS Carbon fishfinder/chartplotters. by Lowrance Posted 10 Sep 11:19 UTC Tasman spawning calamari and squid closure dates Tasman spawning calamari and squid closure dates Taking or possessing calamari and other squid species is prohibited in the closed area. The calamari and squid fisheries will be closed to recreational and commercial fishing on Tasmania's north coast from 1 - 31 October 2019 inclusive to protect spawning calamari. by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 10 Sep 01:30 UTC Upgrade your electric trailer winches Upgrade your electric trailer winches Do you find it hard work retrieving your boat? Most standard electric winches have basic features like being able to power in and free-wheel out. The winch motor pulls the boat on to the trailer. Free-wheel or float means gravity is used to float the boat into the water. by Boat Accessories Australia Posted 7 Sep 05:10 UTC New construction updates: Blue View - Bayliss 78' New construction updates: Blue View - Bayliss 78' Blue View's hull, cabin, and bridge paint are complete The month of August has been all about paint for Blue View (Bayliss 78'). Meticulous rounds of sanding began in mid-August. All brightwork received upwards of ten coats of clear varnish before being covered up for protection during hull paint. by John Bayliss Posted 5 Sep 16:03 UTC Bottomfishes not as healthy as previously thought Bottomfishes not as healthy as previously thought Scientists assessed the stocks of bottomfish in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Stock assessment results differed among the regions. For the CNMI, the stock was healthy (not overfished and not experiencing overfishing). For Guam and American Samoa, the stocks were less healthy. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 5 Sep 11:09 UTC New construction updates: Bayliss 72' New construction updates: Bayliss 72' Console and benchseat build-outs already underway Every single wood clamp has been put to the test over the course of the last month as work continues on the hull of Bayliss 72'. by John Bayliss Posted 4 Sep 15:44 UTC Out of sight? Out of sight? Should not mean out of mind, however Should not mean out of mind, however. Now they may not be the prettiest item to rave on about, but the job they do is utterly essential, so herewith follows some important information about anodes. by John Curnow, Editor, Powerboat-World.com Posted 4 Sep 11:00 UTC Free Ballarat Fishing Festival returns Free Ballarat Fishing Festival returns Freshwater fishing season with the Ballarat Fishing Festival The Andrews Labor Government is celebrating the start of the trout and other freshwater fishing season with the Ballarat Fishing Festival. by Emma Webster Posted 4 Sep 08:57 UTC New construction updates: Bayliss 62' New construction updates: Bayliss 62' Work on the flybridge has been rolling right along Work on the flybridge has been rolling right along on Bayliss 62'. Once the layout was finalized, build-out of the peninsula style console and starboard benchseat commenced. by John Bayliss Posted 3 Sep 15:25 UTC Tips from the Pro Guesty from Reel Action Tips from the Pro Guesty from Reel Action Fishing for Snapper with your Lowrance HDS Live Want to get stuck into some Snapper this winter? Guesty, from Reel Action, shares a few tips on fishing for reds with soft plastics including how to set up your drift and what to look for on your sounder with the HDS Live. by Lowrance Posted 31 Aug 18:45 UTC Detecting fish from ocean-going robots Detecting fish from ocean-going robots Unmanned wind-powered vehicles go farther for longer to expand our knowledge of the ocean The ocean is vast, and fish swim. These are challenges for scientists who need to find out when, where, and how many, fish are found in Alaska's marine waters. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 31 Aug 12:52 UTC 244CM Glomex VHF Antenna lifetime warranty 244CM Glomex VHF Antenna lifetime warranty VHF Antenna from Glomex Marine Antennas features innovative engineering The key to an effective VHF radio system is a quality antenna that delivers maximum transmission and reception range. The RA1225HP 244cm Classic High-Performance VHF Antenna from Glomex Marine Antennas features innovative engineering by Martin Flory Group Posted 31 Aug 08:47 UTC How to configure your Elite Ti2 easily How to configure your Elite Ti2 easily Configure your Lowrance Elite Ti2 with Rhys Creed If you've bought a Lowrance Elite Ti2 or you're thinking about buying one, this video is a must-see. Rhys Creed from Social Fishing runs us through how to configure the unit out of the box and what settings to use when fishing in Freshwater. by Lowrance Posted 31 Aug 06:24 UTC Handling Calamari Handling Calamari Calamari only live for around a year and tend to die after spawning Calamari only live for around a year and tend to die after spawning. You can help make sure enough calamari spawn so a new generation is available the following year. by Fishing News DPIPWE Posted 30 Aug 06:40 UTC
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