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The first new state park campground on the California coast in 30 years is expected to feature ocean frontage on Monterey Bay when it opens in 2022.
As with all sports, if you’re going to go spearfishing, you may as well do it properly. You’ve invested in the equipment and it pays to avoid compromise when it comes to quality. This is especially the case with your speargun; if you select a poor, badly made or weak one, you will probably regret it.
In some of my recent articles, I talked about my “Book Club,” my library of books on fish, fishing, sea critters, techniques and such, both factual and fiction and one basically a memoir that I recently read.
About 20 percent of Ohio’s 312 miles of Lake Erie shoreline is publicly accessible, according to the most recent Ohio Department of Natural Resources survey. That’s up 1 percent from the last assessment in 2015.
SEASIDE — For 77 years, Fort Ord near Monterey was a sprawling Army base thick with artillery pieces, wooden barracks and infantrymen taking target practice with rifles and machine guns.
The Cape Cod National Seashore is looking to fill multiple surf-lifeguard positions for six beaches for the 2020 summer season.
The next generation of surfers on the North-West Coast will to take the water in a Lets Go Surfing coaching session at Sulphur Creek's Midway Beach.
Remember Florence and more recently Dorian? Well, they redistributed a great deal of sand, especially Florence.
Once abundant, fish stocks for these 10 species are now depleted and might never rebound again
Anglers in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries will be limited to landing just one striped bass a day under new rules approved this week by East Coast fishery managers.
NEW CASTLE, Del. (AP) — State environmental officials are holding a public hearing on a proposed hemp processing facility within Delaware's protected coastal zone.
When I mention that I work for the Department of Natural Resources, I often get puzzled looks and comments along the lines of, “You don’t look like a park ranger” or “I didn’t know you are a hunter.”
The San Luis Obispo International Film Festival (SLO Film Fest) presented by Hotel San Luis Obispo is delighted to announce its Surf Nite pick for 2020. Brent Storm’s award-winning WHITE RHINO will be the focus the festival’s most popular event, on Friday, March 20, with big wave surfers Nathan Fletcher and Dave Wassel traveling from Hawaii for the event. Surf photographer Brian Bielmann, director Brent Storm and producer Randy Olson will also be in attendance.
Last summer's “Shark Smart” education program at Lighthouse Beach was a success and will be expanded to other locations this coming summer.
A British company is looking to make surfing more sustainable with the world’s first recycled wetsuit.
HAMMOND — Ogden Dunes officials and 50 residents have filed a federal lawsuit against the National Park Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Interior Department over denial of permits for shoreline protection work.
Two people were charged by an "aggressive" 12-foot white shark while spearfishing yesterday in Australia, with the ocean predator seemingly lured by their catch.
When the big waves come, so does a tsunami of viral videos of bad behavior and sheer disregard for safety. This season's run of awful videos was gut wrenching and frustrating. Still, it started me thinking more about that behavior. While the most recent tragedy where two children were lost to waves was not a result of willful disregard (it was more likely a freak wave), there were an unbelievable array of storm vids showing a complete recklessness.
Archaeologists have found a collection of seashells and volcanic rock once owned by Neanderthals in Grotta dei Moscerini in central Italy.
The 2020 Marco Speaker Series presented by the Audubon of the Western Everglades (AWE) was held at Mackle Park on Wednesday, January 8th, 2020. It was led by biologist Ryan Young on Florida’s Mangroves and their Importance in the Environment.
ECU Integrated Coastal Programs and the Coastal Studies Institute (CSI) are hosting a lecture on the Outer Banks at the turn of the 20th century as part of its “Science on the Sound” lecture series.
TRENTON, NJ — The NJ Department of Environmental Protection is making $13.5 million in funding available for local projects to improve water quality and help prevent, mitigate and manage harmful algal blooms in lakes and ponds, building upon the state’s HAB response strategy announced by Gov. Phil Murphy in November.