112 Pound Catfish Caught in North Carolina

It was hook, line and sinker —  literally —  for a man who went out fishing over Thanksgiving. Equipped with only a small rod, Wilmington, North Carolina, resident Riahn Brewington struggled as he tried to pull out a fish from Cape Fear River last week. He caught a catfish, but not just any catfish: a giant catfish that weighed more

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BoatUS Foundation Asks Boaters for Support

Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season on November 29. The educational BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water asks boaters for their financial assistance on this day to help support the boating nonprofit’s missions to reduce boating accidents and fatalities and increase stewardship of our waterways. Boaters

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NMMA Launches Hotel Block for 2017 Miami Boat Show

The Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show has launched a hotel marketing campaign targeting attendees, and rooms are expected to book fast. The National Marine Manufacturers Association encourages exhibitors and industry stakeholders to reserve your hotel accommodations now. Hotels within the boat show block include the Four Seasons Hotel Miami, W Downtown Miami, JW Marriot Marquis Miami, and the Intercontinental Miami—all

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New Angler Retention Pilot Program Success in Georgia

The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) announced the results of its New Angler Retention Pilot Program, in partnership with the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division. This partnership utilized a series of email communications to keep first-time license buyers engaged in the sport of fishing. “Every year, millions of new and returning participants go fishing (6.2 million in 2015),” said RBFF

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PWC Guru Cracks 79 MPH on Bone Stock Yamaha WaveRunner

Jerry Gaddis, founder and owner of the industry’s fastest-growing performance PWC forum, www.greenhulk.net, has grown a reputation for pushing the envelope when it comes to modifying PWCs into mechanical monsters. For his latest experiment, Gaddis chose to go to work on the recently released Yamaha GP1800 WaveRunner. Gaddis knows his skis, and has grown familiar (and impressed) with the GP1800 since

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