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What to do? What to do? There wasn't really a question in it; this person is very industrious To be honest, it is not really a question you have to ask of the subject of today's Editorial. She's a ball of energy with a fantastic work ethic, an enduring smile, and a certain tenacity that reminds you of the claws below a wedge-tailed eagle. by John Curnow. Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 18 Oct 21:00 UTC Top 10 baits from Lake of the Ozarks Top 10 baits from Lake of the Ozarks Jigs and topwaters - that's pretty much all you need when it comes to fall in the Ozarks Jigs and topwaters - that's pretty much all you need when it comes to fall in the Ozarks. Sure enough, nearly every angler in the top 10 utilized one or both. Though, there were a few wrinkles thrown in the help set anglers apart. by Sean Ostruszka and Jacob Fine Posted 18 Oct 14:42 UTC How to read a fish finder How to read a fish finder How we can share the water safely and catch more fish As kayak fishermen and women, we are often sharing the water with motor boats. In heavily trafficked areas such as bays, marinas and harbours you won't always see complete harmony between different types of watercraft users. by Rick Wallace Posted 17 Oct 15:09 UTC TMS Tuesday - Uniteck UNILEDBAR Lights TMS Tuesday - Uniteck UNILEDBAR Lights This week Nick shows us the finer details This week Nick shows us the finer details of the Uniteck Uniledbar (LED bar lights). The range is available for trade order on the Technical Marine Supplies website. by Matt Churchward, TMS Posted 15 Oct 14:53 UTC Godfrey debuts two fish-specific additions Godfrey debuts two fish-specific additions Equipped with a dedicated fishing station with a livewell Godfrey Marine, manufacturer of pontoons built with enduring quality and superior craftsmanship, announced today two new additions to its luxury line of Monaco Pontoons, the MC235 FS and the MC255 FS. by Wally Ross Posted 15 Oct 12:29 UTC East Coast squid closure East Coast squid closure Including Great Oyster Bay and Mercury Passage A reminder to fishers that waters around the upper south east coast including Great Oyster Bay and Mercury Passage will be closed from 15 October to 14 November inclusive to protect spawning squid and calamari. by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 13 Oct 21:06 UTC National Gone Fishing Day on 18th October National Gone Fishing Day on 18th October A great chance to get family and friends together and explore local fishing spots This Sunday, 18 October is national Gone Fishing Day. It's a great chance to get family and friends together and explore local fishing spots. by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 12 Oct 22:03 UTC Top 10 baits from Lake Norman Top 10 baits from Lake Norman Morrow squeaks out the win in Toyota Series Eastern Division The Toyota Series Eastern Division event on Lake Norman was a fall grinder. With the lake in fall transition and turnover occurring throughout the lake, some of the popular lure choices included shaky heads, jigs, buzzbaits and jerkbaits. by Rob Newell and Jody White Posted 11 Oct 15:25 UTC Bayliss 75 construction update Bayliss 75 construction update The hull sides were glassed, coated in epoxy, faired, and primed September was a month of rapid change on the exterior of Bayliss 75'. With her engine vents installed, the hull sides were glassed, coated in epoxy, faired, and primed. by Bayliss Boatworks Posted 6 Oct 17:56 UTC Sports medicine leads to discovery about mussels Sports medicine leads to discovery about mussels Feeding rates of blue mussels slow down under ocean acidification conditions Shannon Meseck, a NOAA Fisheries research chemist and marathon runner, was initially interested in how ultra-runners can tolerate higher levels of carbon dioxide than non-athletes. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 6 Oct 10:00 UTC The impacts of ghost nets on coral reefs The impacts of ghost nets on coral reefs Researchers use structure from motion photogrammetry to measure the damage Ghost nets are silently drifting through the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, snagging on coral reefs and entangling wildlife. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 5 Oct 15:53 UTC Marine reserves enhance fish populations Marine reserves enhance fish populations Portfolio of protected areas within marine parks secure sustainable fish populations Scientists say a 'portfolio' of protected areas within marine parks such as the Great Barrier Reef can help secure sustainable fish populations. by Melissa Lyne/ Coral CoE at JCU Posted 5 Oct 08:36 UTC Bayliss 72' Old Reliable construction update Bayliss 72' Old Reliable construction update Color sanding on the hull sides and cabin is now under way On Old Reliable, the most striking change you'll notice is the bow deck. In September, the toe rail was installed before the entire deck was coated in primer. by Bayliss Boatworks Posted 4 Oct 15:48 UTC Inflatable lifejacket self-service clinics Inflatable lifejacket self-service clinics These clinics follow the successful Old4New mobile lifejacket program NSW Boating Education Officers conduct free Inflatable Lifejacket Self-Service Clinics across New South Wales during the boating season each year. by NSW Maritime Posted 3 Oct 20:13 UTC Impressive findings of the Great Red Snapper Count Impressive findings of the Great Red Snapper Count US study indicates significantly more fish in the Gulf than estimated Congress was briefed on the impressive preliminary findings of the Great Red Snapper Count. This unprecedented study was led by the Harte Research Institute and provides an independent and robust assessment of Gulf of Mexico red snapper stock abundance. by American Sportfishing Association Posted 3 Oct 17:09 UTC Zero tolerance boating blitz this long weekend Zero tolerance boating blitz this long weekend One death on any NSW waterway is too many NSW Maritime operations team will take to the waterways in a statewide safety compliance blitz this long weekend. by Emily Rundle Posted 3 Oct 14:09 UTC Alameda County Boaters: expired marine flares Alameda County Boaters: expired marine flares Collection event helps address disposal challenge Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) is urging Alameda County residents who own boats as well as those who keep their boats in the county to take advantage of a Marine Flare Collection Event to be held Sunday, Oct. 18. by Scott Croft Posted 2 Oct 18:49 UTC Bayliss 62' Seven construction update Bayliss 62' Seven construction update Seven's custom transom artwork was completed by Everett Nautical In late September, Seven emerged from the paint bay with the hull glistening in final paint, and the cabin wrapped for protection. The crane arrived and our crews assisted Palm Beach Towers with the seamless installation of the tower and hard top. by Bayliss Boatworks Posted 2 Oct 14:04 UTC U.S. House passes descending device bill U.S. House passes descending device bill The recreational fishing and boating community strongly supports the DESCEND Act Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed without objection H.R. 5126, the Direct Enhancement of Snapper Conservation and the Economy through Novel Devices Act of 2020 (DESCEND Act). by American Sportfishing Association Posted 2 Oct 10:07 UTC Boating season kicks off Boating season kicks off The first weekend in October kicks off the summer boating season around Australia The first weekend in October, a long weekend in many parts of Australia, kicks off the summer boating season around Australia. by Domenic Genua Posted 2 Oct 06:00 UTC
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