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The 2014 Oklahoma Waterfowl Guide is now available!
To view the new guide, please view the Digital Edition. Check back in the coming days as we work to put up the new 2014 website.

Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Ten Tips for Safe Boating

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  1. Don’t Overload Carry only the specified limit for your craft and don’t sit on the gunwales or the transom.
  2. Wear Life Jackets or Vests State law requires one wearable life preserver for each person in a boat. Kids 12 and under must wear a life preserver.
  3. Know the Water Always carry a chart (map) of the waters you are boating on.
  4. In an Accident Your first obligation is to save lives and help the injured. Call N.H. Marine Patrol: (603) 293-2037.
  5. Water and Alcohol Don’t Mix Sixty percent of recent boating fatalities in NH are alcohol-related. Don’t drink and boat—the .08 law applies to boaters, too!
  6. Use Your Lights All boats operating after sunset must display lights to be visible to other boaters.
  7. Use Caution When passing within 150 feet of another boat, swimmers, rafts, shore, docks, or mooring fields, you must be at headway speed.
  8. Don’t Use the Water as a Dump It is illegal to litter or discharge sewage into the water.
  9. Don’t Harass Wildlife All wildlife are protected on the state’s waters, subject to strict hunting and fishing regulations.
  10. Take a Boating Safety Course For info call Boating Education at (603) 267-7256.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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