recreational fishing

How to Get to 60 Million Anglers in 60 Months

Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation’s Stephanie Vatalaro talks increasing fishing participation and online tools & resources for anglers [Podcast] Anchors Aweigh is a podcast for all boaters, from aspiring to experienced. Featuring in-depth conversations with boating experts and industry leaders, and packed full of tips, tricks, gear, and industry info, boaters of all levels will…

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Ladies Let’s Go Fishing! A Chat with The First Lady of Sportfishing

Betty Bauman shares how she is dedicated to attracting more women to sportfishing, promoting conservation and responsible angling on boating podcast Anchors Aweigh is a podcast for all boaters, from aspiring to experienced. Featuring in-depth conversations with boating experts and industry leaders, and packed full of tips, tricks, gear, and industry info, boaters of all…

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Pod-Casting a Line with Dan Glickberg – Fish Tales with a Seafood Expert

Fish and seafood expert Dan Glickberg joins Anchors Aweigh Boating Podcast to talk fishing, equipment and culinary tips Anchors Aweigh is a podcast for all boaters, from aspiring to experienced. Featuring in-depth conversations with boating experts and industry leaders, and packed full of tips, tricks, gear, and industry info, boaters of all levels will come…

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Technology in Fishing

SPONSORED POST Flannel Fishermen is a website devoted to anglers who would like to learn more about various fishing techniques, products, and destinations. Authored by anglers, Flannel Fishermen provides first-hand perspectives on this incredible sport. When most people think of fishing, technology usually isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. This is understandable, as…

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Top Ten Marine Accessories for Fishing

Top fishing gear with tips on how to choose (and use) important accessories Fishing is a fantastic pastime. Whether you are an onshore angler or offshore, here is a list of the essential marine accessories you need before heading out on any fishing trip. 1. Fishing Rod and Reel If you are unsure what fishing rod…

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Top 100 Family Fishing and Boating Spots in the U.S.

America’s best family-friendly locations for fishing and boating in 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC] Looking for a new cool spot to take your family fishing or boating this year? There are tons of great spots (about 100 in fact) all over America where you can enjoy the outdoors with your family and friends. TakeMeFishing.org, the Recreational Boating &…

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BoatUS 2015 “Catch of the Day” Fishing Photo Contest

Submit best fishing photos for chance to win monthly prizes or a grand prize fishing trip with former pro angler Mark Zona Reel in a good catch lately? BoatUS has launched a new “Catch of the Month” photo contest where anglers can submit photos for a chance to win a fishing trip with Mark Zona, former…

Compare Fish Finder Screen Sizes for Your Boat

Review popular fish finder brands and models to see which size unit may be best for your boat and fishing needs [INFOGRAPHIC] If you are a boater that likes to fish, then having a fish finder on board is one essential marine electronic that you’ll want to install on your boat. Fish finders and multi-function displays such…

Top U.S. States to Go Crab Fishing #BAD11

These coastal waters in the U.S. are prime crabbing locations for boaters or visitors to catch a variety of crab species It’s not coincidence that some of the best boating destinations in the U.S. are also some of the locations for crab fishing. Boaters love crabbing. They love trying to catch crabs and they especially love…

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Teaching Kids How to Fish while Boating

National Fishing and Boating Week is the perfect time to teach young boys and girls all about how to enjoy the sport of fishing while spending family time on a boat If you are an avid boater then chances are your kids are just as fanatical about the boating lifestyle. Spending time on the water…

Dead Fish Likely Caused by Cold Water

Massive fish kill along shores of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay is likely caused by rapid temperature drop in the water this winter The early January wash-up of a massive fish kill on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland created immediate concern for residents after the widely reported bird and fish deaths in Arkansas, Louisiana and around the world. Over…