Boating is alive and well despite the continued drought in the western United States
After facing a nearly 50-year low during a drought in 2013, Lake Travis in central Texas has been closed to recreational boating because it is too full.
California dealers are delighting in recent rains, but some fear years of drought may have driven boaters to other pastimes.
The first day of summer brought a blow to boaters on Folsom Lake in California.
Recreational fishermen in California are taking drastic measures to ensure the survival of Chinook salmon.
Crews recently began the process of moving the marina farther out into the lake.
With California water levels at record lows, marinas and launch ramps in some inland areas are closing