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U.S. Forest Service Temporarily Closing Cave Run Boat Ramps
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky state and federal agencies, along with several local angling groups, are working together to improve fish habitat at Cave Run Lake near Morehead, Ky. Trees, stumps, stake beds and artificial structures are being submerged underwater to provide fish habitat and shelter in the coves of the lake. Beginning Monday, Aug. 14, […]

Ashley Ferry Boat Ramp Closed for Silt Removal and Grading
CLAREMONT, N.H. — The public boat access facility along the Connecticut River known as Ashley Ferry, in Claremont, N.H., will be closed to accommodate dredging to remove accumulated river silt on the ramp and to regrade the parking area. The closure will begin early in the morning on Monday, July 31. The ramp is expected […]

Speed Limit Feature Now Available to Boaters on AccessDNR App
A new mobile app feature is available from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources to alert boaters of speed limits and zones on state waterways. The new service on the department’s free AccessDNR app covers the Chesapeake Bay, coastal bays west of Ocean City, Potomac River and Deep Creek Lake. Boaters can search for speed […]

Life Jacket Loaner Program Available this Summer
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) wants to remind anglers and boaters that the life jacket loaner program makes life jackets available for infants to adults. All life jackets are in clean working order and approved by the U.S. Coast Guard. These life jackets are free and can be loaned […]

ODNR Offers Free Summer Fun with Annual Paddle Palooza Festivals
COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will host three Paddle Palooza Festivals this year at Cowan Lake State Park, Portage Lakes State Park and Maumee Bay State Park. These free, family-friendly events are a great opportunity for people to try a variety of canoes and kayaks, and learn how to do […]

New Hampshire Summer Kayak Programs
GREENLAND, N.H. — The NH Fish and Game Department’s Great Bay Discovery Center at 89 Depot Road in Greenland, NH, is offering the following paddling events this summer. For more information or to register, call (603) 778-0015. After-Work Exploration around Adams Point Relax after work by kayak! Adams point has a unique history and stunning […]

Michigan Boating Week highlights the freshwater state
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites residents and visitors to celebrate the state’s unparalleled boating opportunities and one of the best freshwater destinations in the world during Michigan Boating Week June 10-16. “Water is one of Michigan’s greatest natural resources,” said Ron Olson, chief of the DNR Parks and Recreation Division. “This weeklong campaign […]

Learn To Sail This Summer
PRATT – Nothing says “summer” quite like sailing, and nobody knows sailing quite like the Ninnescah Sailing Association (NSA) at Cheney State Park. That’s why members of NSA are gearing up for another year of “Learning To Sail” courses this summer to introduce to others the joys of sailing. Open to members and non-members, the […]

Zebra mussel infested boat stopped at Ontario inspection station
ONTARIO, Ore – A 41-foot yacht with Zebra mussels attached was intercepted at the Ontario Watercraft Inspection station last week. The boat came from Harrison Bay, Tennessee which is infested with the invasive mussels. Earlier this spring, standing water was found on a boat from Quagga mussel infested Lake Havasu, Arizona. That boat was inspected […]

PFBC Approves Change to Boating Regs
HARRISBURG, Pa. – At its quarterly business meeting held here today, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) adopted a proposed rulemaking order which would allow wake surfing in or on the wake of a motorboat provided the boat’s propulsion system is specifically designed for the activity. Currently, boating regulations prohibit wake surfing behind boats […]

Boaters Urged To Watch for Manatees & Sea Turtles
BRUNSWICK, Ga. – With sea turtle and manatee sightings on the rise on Georgia’s coast, boaters should be on the lookout for these big and rare animals. Boat strikes are a leading cause of sea turtle strandings and manatee injuries and deaths. Manatees and all sea turtle species found in Georgia are protected by federal […]

Supreme Court Decision Prompts GFP Action On Non-Meandered Waters
PIERRE, S.D. – In compliance with the recent Supreme Court ruling in Duerre v. Hepler, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is closing Department-managed boat launches on non-meandered bodies of water. “Recreational access to non-meandered waters is a complex issue that has impacted our state for decades,” said Kelly Hepler, GFP department secretary. […]

Boat Dock Lottery Underway for the Alum Creek Marina
COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will be reopening its newest marina this summer, and entries will be accepted during the month of April for the boat dock lottery. The Alum Creek Marina, located near Lewis Center in Delaware County north of Columbus, will now boast larger slips and some will […]

Spring Aboard by taking a boating safety course
DOVER – The Delaware Office of Boating Safety and Education within DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife joins the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) to encourage boaters to “Spring Aboard,” a March 19-25 nationwide campaign to prepare for boating season by enrolling in a boating safety course. “Our boating safety education program […]

Kansas Boat Taxes Affordable
PRATT – If you’re a Kansas boat owner or are thinking of buying a boat, you should know that property taxes on recreational boats have gone down as much as 75 percent since 2013. Before that, Kansas boat owners paid property taxes based on an assessed value that was 30 percent of the boat’s market […]

New Paddler Camp Sites on Iconic Devils River
AUSTIN – The Devils River is one of the premier paddling and fishing destinations in Texas, drawing outdoor enthusiasts each year to enjoy the preserved natural beauty, excellent sport fishery, and native wildlife along its clear waters. But the river is not for the faint of heart. “Due to the remote location of the Devils […]

Canoeing and Kayaking Page on Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Website
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Department of Wildlife Resources recently launched a canoeing and kayaking page on its website at Visitors need only to click on the “Boat” tab, then the “Canoeing and Kayaking” tab. The page provides a repository for valuable information about paddling creeks, rivers and lakes across Kentucky. “The new canoe […]

Ohio Communities Receive Boating Safety Education Funds
COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio’s Waterways Safety Fund is providing a total of $272,975.88 to support 19 community boating safety education programs in 2017, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft provides boating safety education programs to communities throughout Ohio. These programs help keep boaters and their […]

Pennsylvania Mandatory Life Jacket Requirement Starts November 1
HARRISBURG, Pa. – When sunny days and fall foliage tempt the boater in you, don’t forget about your life jacket, especially if you are planning to use a canoe, kayak or similar small boat. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) is reminding boaters that beginning November 1 and lasting through April 30, they are […]

FWC seeks public input on anchoring and mooring rules, pilot program
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is seeking feedback from cruising boaters, local boaters and other residents in evaluating the state’s Anchoring and Mooring Pilot Program and related ordinances. The FWC has posted a brief online survey to accept this feedback. It should take approximately five to 10 minutes to complete and will […]

DNR set to plunge into water trails across Michigan
All across this Great Lakes State, there are trails for hikers and bikers, off-road vehicle riders, snowmobilers and equestrians. For each of these pursuits, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources plays a big role in providing appropriate places for participants in these outdoor recreation activities to enjoy their passions. Michigan has trails for boaters and […]

Police Investigate Boat Explosion
Maryland Natural Resources Police officers investigated a boat explosion and a jet ski accident, arrested a motorist carrying drugs and loaded guns, and charged an unlicensed fishing guide in recent cases. The investigation continues into a boat explosion and fire in St. Mary’s County Sunday afternoon that left two people injured. Officers responded to the […]

Natural Resources Police respond to multiple boating accidents
DOVER – During the two-week period Aug. 1-14, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police marine patrols statewide investigated seven boating accidents and issued numerous boating safety-related citations to help keep Delaware waterways safer for boaters. On Aug. 13, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police conducting a routine vessel safety and fisheries compliance check cited […]

Boat Ramp at Cranks Creek Lake Closing for Repairs
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The boat ramp at Cranks Creek Lake in Harlan County will close Aug. 15 for much needed reconstruction work. Weather and conditions permitting, the goal is to have the ramp operational again by Sept. 15. Cranks Creek is a 176-acre lake located southeast of Harlan near the Virginia line. The existing ramp […]

ODNR to Hold Dock Lottery for 2017 Boating Season
COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) will hold a lottery for boat owners to rent public docks during the 2017 boating season. Six marinas located throughout the state of Ohio will offer space for boat storage. Interested boaters can submit an application either in person or by mailing the application to […]
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