Articles from the October 15, 2012 edition

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 By Carol L Allen    WOOT    October 15, 2012

You Are Invited

Outdoor enthusiasts have been familiar with Arizona Boating & Watersports news magazine. However, as the publication expanded its coverage to include camping, fishing, hunting, RVing, safety and wildl... Full story


LakeRacer LLC Monster Bash 2012

In 2009 LakeRacer took us back to the early days of Arizona Hot Boats and the Fall Heatwave series poker runs by hosting the Monster Bash Poker Run. It was back to a little smaller and easier going ev... Full story


LPSC Presents Ladies’ Day At The Lake

The Ladies’ Day@the Lake is a day-long, sailing summit for women sponsored by Lake Pleasant Sailing Club (LPSC). It is designed to introduce women to and/or enhance their skills in recreational b... Full story


Bartlett Lake Jet Skis

Bartlett Lake Jet Skis offers the largest personal watercraft rental fleet in the area. Just like our boat fleet, you can be assured that all our units are professionally maintained to ensure reliability and performance. And we’re the only rental o... Full story


At Bartlett Lake

Is your state getting too cold to ride? Well, here in Arizona, we ride all year round! AZ WakeGirls is an organization in Arizona that produces ride days at least one day a week at Bartlett Lake. We... Full story


As The Temperature Drops

Winterizing normally refers to putting up the boat for the months too cold for boating, cleaning it, and stabilizing its systems to reduce potential problems when its time to head back out on the...


Intake Rake

If you own or sell jet-engine boats, the most common problem encountered is an unexpected stall-out due to seaweed or debris getting stuck in your intake grate. The current and most efficient way to clear these clogs is to take a dip in the water... Full story

 By CDBW    Boating    October 15, 2012

California Department of Boating and Waterways NEWS

Sacramento, Calif. – October through December are statistically the most dangerous months for anglers on California’s waterways. The California Department of Boating and Waterways (DBW) boating accide... Full story


Got Speed?

GOT SPEED? -- Yes! The world's fastest boats and most daring drivers take to the waters of Firebird Lake for the final event in the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing season. Speeds will approach nearly... Full story


Easy Up Swim Handles

My name is Rodger Miller and I have been boating on the Chesapeake Bay for 50+ years and have spent much of that time getting in and out of the water after swimming in many of the coves and... Full story


First-Ever ‘Sand And Water Expo’ Coming To Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu City, Ariz., a recognized mecca for outdoor enthusiasts of off-roading, RVing, and boating is about to add another accolade to its resume with the announcement of the first-ever "Sand and... Full story


Rory Aikens

Rory Aikens, who became known to thousands of anglers through his long-time tenure as editor of the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Weekly Fishing Report, retired last week after a 22-year c... Full story


From Rory Aikens

After more than 22 years and 1,200-plus weeks of producing the weekly fishing report, this is my last one. I am retiring. I am truly blessed for having had such a superb readership. And such an... Full story


Lake Powell Report

Fishing out of Wahweap is hot and cold. Fishing is super hot for the first hour of light in the morning. Toss a small profile surface lure like a Sammy or Sugoi splash toward the shoreline for fast... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    October 15, 2012

Arizona Urban Fishing Report

All lakes were stocked again with channel catfish the week of Oct. 1-6. Fishing for catfish is good to excellent now that the fall stockings have resumed. Mornings and evenings are the best times as c... Full story


‘Big Waders’ To Fill

Hello anglers!As most of you know, long-time Fishing Report Editor Rory Aikens retired last week after 22 years with the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Rory was a great ambassador for the department and to Arizona’s fishing community. Over his c... Full story


Rock The Boat Sponsor

Rock The Boat — We are happy to announce that Kokopelli is a welcome new sponsor for "Rock The Boat,"a non-profit project (501C3) that is currently restoring several vintage Chris-Crafts to be auctioned off, the proceeds going to S... Full story


Grant Awards Help Fund Local Efforts To Expand Hunting, Fishing Participation

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is awarding grant funding to 14 local sportsmen’s groups to support 22 projects geared toward increasing hunter and angler recruitment and retention. The Local Sportsmen’s Group Grant Program was started in 2007 t... Full story


New Survey Shows Angling, Hunting Participation Numbers Are Up

A coalition of sportsmen's and women’s groups and the outdoor industry briefed members of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus recently on the rise in hunting and fishing participation in this country. The groups, led by the Congressional S... Full story

 By AZGFD    Hunting    October 15, 2012

Arizona Deer, Elk Hunters Can Assist In Monitoring For CWD

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is asking for assistance from deer and elk hunters in monitoring efforts for chronic wasting disease (CWD). Hunters can provide assistance by allowing Game and... Full story


Solar Cooking

There is something almost revere about a campfire. It’s a travelling tradition — while one person sets up the tent or opens up the van, the other forages for fuel and gets a blaze going. It’s roman...


Coast Guard Auxiliary Joins With Alliance For Safe Navigation

The Coast Guard Auxiliary has joined forces with the Alliance for Safe Navigation (Alliance) to inform boaters of the importance of maintaining current navigation information. Alliance members... Full story


Arizona State Parks Invites You To Get Involved

As most of you have read or heard, the Arizona State Parks department has struggled to survive during the budget crisis. What we want you to know is largely because of 14 partnerships with rural... Full story


Vessel Lighting

A boater is quite right about only needing a flashlight or lantern for a (non-mechanized) boat less than 7 meters (23 feet). However, if the boat has machinery (a motor — even a trolling motor) on b...


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