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3 Easy Steps for Midseason Fishing Boat Maintenance
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3 Easy Steps for Midseason Fishing Boat Maintenance

We all have buddies who don’t do anything to their rigs — boats, motors, maintenance, anything like that. And it’s all good…until stuff breaks. So when you’re halfway through the season, it’s a good time to tighten some bolts if we need to, clean stuff up, and just kinda make sure everything is good to...

Tons of Dead Fish Surface in Polish River
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Tons of Dead Fish Surface in Polish River

Polish firefighters said Tuesday they had recovered 100 tonnes of dead fish from the Oder river running through Germany and Poland, deepening concerns of an environmental disaster. “We’d never had an operation of this scope on a river before,” said Monika Nowakowska-Drynda from the national firefighter press office. She confirmed that around 100 tonnes (220,500 pounds) of dead...

Grilling the Perfect Burger Takes Technique – And the Right Spices
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Grilling the Perfect Burger Takes Technique – And the Right Spices

Riverton, WY —“I’d gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today,” J. Willington Wimpy, a.k.a. Wimpy, famously told Popeye many times over, beginning in 1931. And why not? The hamburger has been America’s go-to summer grilling staple literally for more than a century. And nothing sends an average hamburger over the top faster and easier...

Whales Hitting Boats – Conservation and Conflict
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Whales Hitting Boats – Conservation and Conflict

We live in a time of high human activity and urbanization, particularly along our coasts. Human and wildlife conflict is a complex issue that has intensified within the last century. Humans are learning to coexist with wildlife species, especially those whose populations are starting to increase or recover due to aggressive and successful conservation measures....

NOAA Still Expects Above-Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season
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NOAA Still Expects Above-Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season

Atmospheric and oceanic conditions still favor an above-normal 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, according to NOAA’s annual mid-season update issued today by the Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service. “I urge everyone to remain vigilant as we enter the peak months of hurricane season,” said Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo. “The experts at NOAA...

U.S. Companies Caught in Lucrative Shark Fin Trade
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U.S. Companies Caught in Lucrative Shark Fin Trade

It’s one of the seafood industry’s most gruesome hunts. Every year, the fins of as many as 73 million sharks are sliced from the backs of the majestic sea predators, their bleeding bodies sometimes dumped back into the ocean where they are left to suffocate or die of blood loss. But while the barbaric practice...

Throwback Films Under the Stars at the American Museum of Fly Fishing
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Throwback Films Under the Stars at the American Museum of Fly Fishing

On August 13, AMFF will host an outdoor movie night featuring a highly curated selection of fly-fishing films from 2006 – 2021. This a truly unique opportunity to see these groundbreaking films presented together in one showing. The films chosen for this one-time experience are Running Down the Man, Metalhead, Connected, Doc of the Drakes,...

Hurricane Announces New SunDeck 2600 Design
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Hurricane Announces New SunDeck 2600 Design

Elkhart, Ind. – Hurricane deck boats, legendary innovator in versatile deck boat designs, announced today the launch of a new hull for model year 2023 – the SunDeck 2600. The SunDeck 2600 outboard deck boat offers boaters a spacious design, and a safe and stable platform with the power and performance for an exhilarating time...

Octopus Lures Found to Be Oldest in the World
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Octopus Lures Found to Be Oldest in the World

An archaeological study has determined that cowrie-shell artifacts found throughout the Mariana Islands were lures used for hunting octopuses and that the devices, similar versions of which have been found on islands across the Pacific, are the oldest known artifacts of their kind in the world. The study used carbon dating of archaeological layers to...