Boating season is here, mates! After long months of boat maintenance and repairing, summer is finally here. Wait no time to take your boat out to sea and enjoy all the activities you love. Whether it is skiing, snorkeling, fishing or just going out for a refreshing swim with family and friends, your boat is a sanctuary, a stress-relieving oasis.
Catch and release is intended an as act of conservation. A practice of recreational fishing, caught fish are unhooked and returned to the water. However good the intention though, a mishandled fish can easily die of exhaustion or injury. A great deal of time has been spent on the refinement of techniques, awareness, and instruments that will allow fish to survive this recreational sport. This work also led to the creation of the UN FAO Technical Guideline for Recreational [...]
A pontoon boat is a flattish boat usually used for pleasure boating and fishing at a lower cost due to their capacity and are cheaper to insure and equip. Invented in 1952, the raft-like vessel relies on pontoons to stay afloat as it supports the platform. These boats are best for ponds, lakes, rivers, and seas during smooth weather. Smooth weather is required as these particular models are susceptible to waves and windy conditions to their weight. A recent post [...]
Fishing 101: Saltwater vs. Freshwater Fishing is an ancient practice that dates back 40,000 years ago. A recreational pastime for many, this water sport is often divided up into two categories: freshwater and saltwater. Though the actual sport doesn’t change--they both require the use of bait, tackle and fishing gear--the specifics of each vary greatly as lakes and rivers are quite different in the oceanic disposition. So what are some of the main differences? Species: The greatest difference between the two [...]