The Grady Life – How Boating Enhanced Our Lives in 2020
While 2020 forced us all to live quite differently than we ever have before – traveling less, distancing ourselves from others, and cutting back on sporting events and extracurricular activities – one positive thing it taught us was that life is always better on the water, especially on a Grady-White boat!
On August 4th, 2020, President, Donald Trump signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act, overwhelmingly bipartisan legislation, that will create more safe and sustainable recreation access for all Americans.
With camps closed and school schedules changing, many are looking for child-friendly entertainment. Fishing is a fun activity for both children and adults. Before you embark on a family fishing expedition here are a few tips to consider.
NOAA Fisheries issues ruling regarding rigged and ready for use descending devices
NOAA Fisheries recently issued the final ruling regarding the requirement of rigged and ready for use descending devices on board all recreational boats that are fishing for or possess snapper-grouper species in South Atlantic federal waters. The rule will take effect on July 15, 2020 and applies to all commercial, for-hire and private recreational vessels.
America’s Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Act, unanimously passes the Senate. Supporting an array of fish and wildlife conservation policies, the act encompasses a number of benefits to recreational fishing on both national and regional levels.
On June 4th, 2005, Captain Howard Moseley and Don Hammond deployed the first pop-up satellite archival transmitter (PSAT) on a dolphinfish. Check out the Dolphinfish Research Program team in action aboard a Grady-White!