The saltwater fishing world, and especially those who worked with Jose Wejebe, lost a great friend in early April.
Right before Mother's Day, TowBoatUS Capt. Dave Anderson made a tough call, one that accomplished female tournament angler Janet Parker will forever be grateful.
A suit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to allow gasoline containing 15-percent ethanol to be sold could be decided by summer’s end.
"Big Tuna" is a nickname that has graced everything from NFL football coaches (Bill Parcel) to mafia hit men (Anthony Accardo, 1940s Chicago mob boss) and even a documentary, but they pale in comparison to the real thing caught by a New Zealand angler.
A high-speed collision with a piece of floating debris shortly after takeoff at the 2012 BoatUS Collegiate Bass Fishing Championship on Pickwick Lake introduced a load of stressful tension 21-year-old Tanner Parker never could have expected.
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.
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