Here’s your chance to win a day on the water with Mark Zona, host of “Mark Zona’s Awesome Fishing Show.” The winner will receive a $1,000 gift card for airfare and lodging, and a BoatUS ANGLER prize pack containing various BoatUS ANGLER logo apparel.
A bill introduced this year in the U.S. House of Representatives could protect the Great Lakes region’s sport fishing industry from invasive carp.
So goes the chorus of country singer Kenny Chesney's song "Boats." The eight-time Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year has made no secret of his love for getting out on the water.
If a car’s vanity license plate can tell you a lot about the person behind the wheel, what can a boat name tell you about the person behind the helm?
One of the 2,000-plus bins the BoatUS Foundation has provided to local groups to gather used fishing line for recycling is itself being recycled, in a manner of speaking. It’s a featured artifact in the redesigned Oceans exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
Big musky were biting on the St. Lawrence River in early December. Two anglers caught fish, two days apart, that are potential IGFA All-Tackle Length World Record catches.
We all know boating and alcohol don't mix, but for one bourbon maker, mixing alcohol aboard is proving successful, if slightly cumbersome.
IGFA Hall of Fame Inductee Capt. Al Anderson has probably tagged more Atlantic bluefin tuna than any other individual. The NMFS Pelagic Game Fish Tagging Center in Miami has tracked his tagged bluefin tuna for well over five decades now, starting in the late 1960s.