The great strides in water quality that the CWA has created have been a huge benefit to boating, but there’s a lot more that remains to be done.
Recognizing the rise in outdoor recreation and new boaters, the social media campaign encourages all people to take responsibility for the health and safety of Maine’s waterways
The NMMA is holding a webinar to examine the political and economic impacts of implementing electrification in the marine industry. Meanwhile, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act needs our help.
Catch a Special Thrill events take special-needs and underserved kids out on the water for a day of fishing and fun.
The RBFF releases good news about fishing participation while NOAA scientists call for another active hurricane season.
The bill aims to improve labeling at the pump to help consumers avoid misfuelling with high-ethanol blended fuels
We’re selling the No. 1 family fun experience, and Memorial Day weekend is upon us, so don’t get consumed in a downward spiral. Meanwhile, the Coast Guard is reminding boaters to avoid E15 this summer.
A recent study found that dozens of pharmaceuticals are turning up in fish. The culprit: wastewater facilities that can’t remove medicines that the human body doesn’t process.
The May 21-27 observance takes on heightened importance with the thousands of newcomers to boating. Meanwhile, bass fishing lost a legend with the death of Ray Scott.
NOAA has started electronic tracking of charter boats in the Gulf of Mexico. Could recreational anglers be next?
With 15 percent ethanol-blended gasoline approved for summer use, “it’s déjà vu all over again.” Meanwhile, MRAA is offering a wealth of resources for dealers to get into the preowned market.
As the association marks its Golden Anniversary, recalling its successes is a reminder of the important work MTAs do and why you should be a member of one.
With inflation and the R-word a real concern, resources from the revamped Discover Boating campaign can help us continue the sales successes we’ve had in the last two years.
The value of boat shows again was solidified with a new spring show in Seattle and a chilly event on Lake Erie.
South Carolina dealers bring attention to the PREPARE Act and its infrastructure funding, while the Catawba Island Boat Show marks the start of Ohio’s boating season this weekend.
The group will focus on providing technical assistance, support and funding to regional marine associations through an initiative called Building Out Apprenticed Trades (BOAT) Jobs.
“See You Out Here” this week begins appearing through a comprehensive media strategy that includes streaming, social media channels and partnerships with influencers.
Turn off the Xbox and PlayStation, and get them on the water. They represent an important link to the future of our industry.
I’ve always believed the two are the same, but a chance to attend the Disney Institute changed my mind.
From Asian carp to bluegills, these fish have been problematic from Texas to Japan and typically become unwanted residents through unintended consequences.
The American Boating Congress is a great opportunity for our industry, dealers included, to voice concerns directly to lawmakers and congressional staff.
The Ohio Supreme Court will rule on whether to allow the construction of wind turbines in Lake Erie off Cleveland.
Norman Olsen was a life-long advocate for the sport, and his work with sailing programs from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico is a testament to his broad impact.
Dealers and organizers reported motivated buyers and abundant foot traffic for the first in-person event since 2020.