Coast Guard Sets Post-Storm Navigation Regs for Florida Keys

September 19, 2017

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Coast Guard has established a temporary regulated navigation area and temporary safety zone for waters within the Coast Guard Sector Key West Captain of the Port zone, Saturday. Vessels within the regulated navigation area within one nautical mile of land in the Florida Keys must operate at a slow speed. Vessels are prohibited from entering into, anchoring, loitering, or movement within a safety zone of 25…

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Does Your Salmon Have A Hole In It? Throw It Back.

August 29, 2017

Anyone fishing on the Columbia River through October needs to make sure their fish doesn’t have a hole in it. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are saying that they have released Chinook salmon into the river, but due to a drug used when they were moved to the river, they are not safe for human consumption.

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Bass Pro Shops assisting in Texas rescue and relief efforts in wake of Hurricane Harvey

August 29, 2017

More than 80 boats deployed for rescue efforts, donations for immediate relief HOUSTON – Bass Pro Shops is coordinating with local, state and federal agencies – including police, fire and rescue teams on the ground – to support ongoing rescue and relief efforts related to Hurricane Harvey. The outdoor company is providing more than 80 Tracker boats to government agencies and rescue organizations in Houston and other impacted communities in Texas.

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Georgia: New Boat Ramp on Lake Chatuge

August 16, 2017

Anticipating more than 10,000 users each year, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Mark Williams, Mayor Pro-Tem Liz Ordiales and other representatives today dedicated the Mayor’s Park Boat Landing, giving boaters and anglers improved access to Lake Chatuge. This facility includes a 26-foot wide concrete boat ramp, 24 parking spaces for trailered vehicles, plus 10 additional car spaces. The area will be accessible to the public 24 hours a day,…

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