Activities

According to a 2023 report from the American Sportfishing Association, there are 52.4 million recreational anglers in the United States. That is more than U.S. golfers and tennis players combined....
Like most things in American life, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of consumer choices out there. Just as it could be for your Starbucks order, so it could be for when you are...
According to a survey by IPX1031, 90% of Americans plan to travel this year. Domestic travel is expected to reach near pre-pandemic levels in 2024, and why not? The good ol’ U.S. of A. is filled...
Salmon is big business in the United States. The nation’s salmon industry is worth over $3 billion annually and includes both farm-raised and wild-caught fish. Along with commercial fishing, salmon...
Florida is the third most populous state in the U.S., trailing only California and Texas. However, the number of humans in Florida routinely swells far above the state’s 22.6 million permanent...
“Everything is bigger in Texas” is a familiar colloquialism that often proves true. As the largest state in the contiguous U.S. by total area and the second largest by population (trailing only...
The walleye is a top game fish in the United States. While the fish’s native range includes most of Canada and the U.S. Midwest, it has been spread far beyond those original natural boundaries. The...
Catfish are big business in the United States. According to the last USDA Aquaculture Census, catfish are the top fish raised and sold on U.S. fish farms. There are 531 catfish farms in the U.S.,...
That coworker who pours on so much perfume or cologne you can smell it across the room (but they can barely smell it at all)? That fish-monger who thinks the seafood counter smells fresh and sweet?...
“Jeopardy!” has been one of most beloved primetime game shows in America for decades. Three contestants duke it out answering trivia questions in several categories, including a very popular one...
Politics aside, Americans and Canadians are the best of neighbors. We share, peacefully, the longest international border between two nations, at 8,891 kilometres — or is it 5,525 miles long?...
Each U.S. state has its own history — a history that helped create and mold the state’s culture. Whether because of past events or influential people, each state also has traditions...