#Fishing Boats

Bismarck Event Center Announces Two New Concerts In January

January is typically a slow time period for concerts in our neck of the woods. After all, who wants to come to North Dakota in the middle of January? Well, apparently at least a couple of acts do. More on that in a moment. The 2nd annual Bismarck Rec and...
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Norris Lake Boat Rentals Guide (What You Should Know)

Norris Lake is a popular vacation spot that offers a variety of water activities, fantastic fishing, relaxation, and a terrific location to create lasting memories with friends and family. Planning a vacation to Norris Lake might seem a little intimidating because of its more than 800 miles of coastline and distribution over five East Tennessee counties. In order to make planning your Norris Lake trip a bit simpler, we’ve put up a list of things to know.
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The Wizard From Deadliest Catch Reaches A Staggering Weight When Pressing All Tanks

The many crab fishing boats of "Deadliest Catch" have to brave the Bering Sea day in and day out, so the sturdier the ship, the better. That's why these ships tend to be larger than your average fishing vessel you may see on a more forgiving body water, and that's no exception for The Wizard, captained by Keith Colburn. Among the more than 250 ships that make up the crab fishing fleet on the Bering Sea, The Wizard boasts one of the largest capacities for King and Opilio crab, according to the boat's official website.

Day 3: Notes from the Bristol Bay Board of Fish

The 2022 Board of Fish Bristol Bay meeting is underway from Nov. 29 - Dec. 3 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. KDLG's Izzy Ross is at the meeting. Here are her notes. Find proposals, changes and department reports on the board's website by clicking here. Stream live audio...

Gaza fishermen finally get fibreglass for boat repairs

A craftsman uses fibreglass to repair a fishing boat at a workshop in Gaza. All photos: AFP. Wearing sky-blue overalls near Gaza's port, technician Mohammed Jerboa celebrates the chance to repair fishing boats after a 15-year Israeli ban on vital materials. It is a “great achievement”, he said after sanding...

Small revolution in Gaza: fishermen can finally repair their boats

Repairing a fishing boat with fiberglass, November 29, 2022 in the port of Gaza (AFP/MOHAMMED ABED) Dressed in his overalls in the port of Gaza, Mohammed Jerboa is working on a micro-revolution. For the first time in 15 years of Israeli blockade, this technician can finally repair the fiber hulls...

Lake Tohopekaliga Fishing: Tips for Catching Big Bass & More

A short drive south of Orlando, Lake Tohopekaliga—commonly called Lake Toho—is consistently ranked among Florida’s best bass lakes. Few lakes in America produce 8-pound-plus largemouths as routinely as Lake Toho does. But bass aren’t the only reason to visit this Central Florida lake. Tohopekaliga also supports an...

Wells-next-the-Sea Beach – Complete Visitor Guide

Wells-next-the-Sea beach is a beautiful award-winning sweeping sandy beach famous for its many colourful beach huts, miles of soft golden blue-flag sands and dunes that are home to nesting shorebirds. If you’re lucky, you may see sunbathing seals at the water’s edge. Wells beach has long been a...

Exclusive – Trawlers unplug after 380% increase in ESB bills

Killybegs trawler owners have plugged out of an innovative harbour-side electricity source after they were told their bills would almost quadruple. The €1.7M ‘shore power’ system to allow fishing boats to connect to electricity when in Killybegs Harbour – thereby cutting out harmful emissions from diesel generators – was only launched (main pic) in November 2021.

Deep Cuts: Protecting Shark Populations from Commercial Industries

Hundreds of leagues away from civilization, the ocean’s most adapted predator stalks through rolling mountains of water and howling tropical storms, unfazed by any distance, natural defense or habitat. Its sophisticated senses burn through murky waters and catch prey out, its legion appetites drive it to take all the ocean has to offer. Humans are the ocean’s biggest predators, capable of inflicting grievous harm on other species in absent mindedness, and rapidly consuming them to complete extinction when they have something to gain. However, scientists like shark researcher Dr. Steven Kessel bring humanity’s full attention to bear on the work of its fishermen, representing our long term best interests of conservation of species and the environment.

Women in aquaculture: Yarmouth resident Amanda Moeser

It frustrates me that as a woman and beginning farmer, I qualify for no-cost catastrophic crop insurance through the USDA; however, the species I want to grow (quahogs) and the methods I prefer to use (bottom-seeding) are not eligible for coverage. In my opinion, this is a prime example of...

Smoker Craft Boat Ratings

Smoker Craft Boat Ratings. Ontario smokercraft boat dealer fishing boats for. It has an awesome interior layout!. Smoker craft 162 pro angler xl: Splash of the year voting poll is located in the boat restoration, building, and hull repair sub_forum. Used smokercraft boats on Source: Source: Source:...

French fishing ban unites fishermen, biodiversity activists

A local fishing ban off the southern French coast has won praise from environmentalists and fishermen alike, a rare example of biodiversity protection dovetailing with business interests. A local fishing ban off the southern French coast has won praise from environmentalists and fishermen alike, a rare example of biodiversity protection...

On the way to Yemen: US Navy confiscates ammunition on fishing boats

Iran appears to be continuing to deliver arms to civil war-torn Yemen. For the second time this month, the US Navy has secured major shipments at sea. DThe US Navy says it has confiscated a million rounds of ammunition, rocket detonators and fuel that were supposed to be smuggled from Iran to war-torn Yemen on a fishing boat. The cargo was discovered during an inspection on Thursday, the US Navy’s fifth fleet, based in Bahrain, said on Saturday. It is the second “major confiscation of illegal weapons within a month” on this sea route.