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    New Browning White Water Fillet Knife

    April 26, 2015

    Shop for browning Knives When the hunting or fishing trip is over, the new Browning White Water Fillet Knife is ready to go to work. The White Water Fillet Knife features a 7 ¼” long fixed blade made of 420 J2 bright stainless steel. The gold-colored injection molded polymer grip is easy to clean. Soft, […]

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    Shad Raps for Shallow River Walleyes

    MINNETONKA, Minn. — For walleye anglers, April showers bring more than May flowers. They also bring a thunderous river Shad Rap® bite, says legendary angler Al Lindner. Target shallow rocks near the mouths of tributaries where runoff from rain enters the main river channel. “For a really big bite, find a feeder creek dumping into […]

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    Virginia Beach Sportfishing Rundown 4-24

    April 25, 2015

    Virginia Beach Sportfishing Rundown                             By Dr. Julie Ball IGFA Representative, Virginia Beach   24 April 2015 At last! Catches are improving most everywhere as the spring fishing scene finally comes to life.   Tautog is still the biggest draw this week, as the bite within Bay waters continues to sizzle. But […]

  • BoatUS Speaks Out Against Alabama Anti-Bass Fishing Bill

    April 24, 2015

    Gill Net Bill Passes House; Moves to Senate Committee MONTGOMERY, AL, April 20, 2015 – The nation’s largest recreational boating advocacy, services and safety group, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), is speaking out against AL House Bill 258, that if passed by the Alabama Senate could decimate bass, crappie and other sportfish […]

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    Free Boat US’ Online Boating Safety Courses

    ANNAPOLIS, MD, April 20, 2015 – For boaters, the best things in life are free – the serenity of open water, a breeze filling a sail, or a fishing hole that beckons. And best yet, even the BoatUS Foundation’s online state Boating Safety Course won’t cost you a penny. As boating season begins, the National […]