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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > October 2015
A boater safety course might not remind you to put the plug in your boat to keep her from filling up with water.
Depending on the regulations in your state, you may be able to fish with rigs that have multiple hooks.
By applying safe boating and fishing practices, you can prevent most injuries while enjoying your time on the water without incident.
A family day on the water is ideal, and to keep it fun you'll need a few safety tips for fishing with kids.
A boat show can be a great source of information if you are in the market for a boat.
When you sign up for a boater safety course, you're taking an important step toward being a responsible boater.
Taking an online boating safety course is an easy way to pass time the non-boating time of year while getting ready for the upcoming season.
To help conserve and manage a fishery, biologists use a variety of scientific sampling methods to collect data such as seines, trap nets, and electrofishing.
The best fishing days are safe fishing days. With all of the excitement that often surrounds an upcoming fishing trip, don't forget to run through a list of fishing safety rules for kids beforehand.
Most of us never need a fishing first aid kit, but when we do it’s usually for good reason.
Fall is a great time to go fishing and boating.
With overall U.S. fishing participation numbers up at nearly 46 million people, it’s important that all anglers take the time to learn more about how to increase fish survival rates when releasing a catch.
What do you do when the latch that secures the lid on your livewell won’t lock and you just finished throwing a cast net for two hours so that you’d have enough bait for a day of fishing?
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