The middle class’s growing reliance on credit, rising interest rates, and increasingly expensive boats could mean trouble for the marine industry.
The fishing tournament saw a 34 percent increase over 2018.
Nearly half of dealers say tariffs and trade are their top concerns in 2019.
American Sportfishing Association sponsors fly-in to advocate for restrictions on California’s drift gillnets.
Bipartisan package contains defining wins for recreational fishing.
Despite lower boat registrations in December, analysts are upbeat about 2019.
The federal government will continue to fund the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ Outdoor Recreation Satellite Account.
The event gives students a look at service, retail, manufacturing and entrepreneurial career paths.
The builder hopes to fill a void in the yacht category.
Dealers had contrasting feedback, but many said show sales were difficult to close.
NauticStar boats will shift to larger boats up to 39 feet.
A California yacht club that discovered it couldn’t serve meals to the Coast Guard during the government shutdown looks to change ethics rules.
Company expects tariffs to cost $85 million in 2019.
Dealer sentiment plummets to the lowest point ever in the survey.