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New Study Reveals 142 Million Americans Went Boating in 2016

YOU ARE NOT ALONE! An estimated 142 million Americans (adults and children under the age of 18) went boating in 2016 – 36 percent of U.S. households – according to the 2016 Recreational Boating Participation Study .... Of the 142 million individuals, 17 million individuals were first-time participants, and half of these... Continue reading
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The Albies Are In! That’s Why Those Gulls Are So Excited!

The false albacore goes by many names. Little tunny, fat albert, bonito, football, spotted bonito. But whatever anglers call it, the species is prized for its blistering runs and sheer power. The smallest member of the Scombridae family, the false albacore is not a “true” tuna and is, in fact,... Continue reading
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Tips on Avoiding a Boating Collision

Collisions between boats are one of the most dangerous and frequently occurring mishaps on our waters. Collisions not only result in vessel damage, but often cause serious personal injury and death. For the casual, recreational boater, the “rules of the road” are often difficult to understand and remember, so let’s... Continue reading