BoatUS ANGLER Member Travis Cockburn learned first-hand about the benefits of BoatUS ANGLER and TowBoatUS.
Michael and Margaret Snell traveled nearly 5,000 miles to fish. The Britons were hooked after catching a five-foot sturgeon on a trip to British Columbia in 2009, so much so they came back last July.
In October, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began implementing a cost-cutting plan to reduce operating hours at 63 inland-waterway locks around the country, most of which are used by recreational boaters as well as commercial tow boats.
The Environmental Protection Agency set new fuel-efficiency standards in August, aimed at increasing fuel economy in cars and light-duty trucks to 54.5 miles-per-gallon by model year 2025.
Emotions were ramped up considerably when Auburn brothers Matt and Jordan Lee met in the final of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series.
As the world solemnly marked the April 15 centennial of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, boaters and mariners alike can appreciate the vast improvements in maritime safety that were a result of the tragic sinking.
A promising new technique is taking root — literally! — in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. There, volunteers are using a “floating islands” concept, and it’s outperforming all expectations..
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Rodney Ply is living a fishing nightmare of the big one that appears to be getting away.
Last summer's drought closed rivers to navigation and destroyed crops across the Midwest, but there was one casualty that was mourned by no one.