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The Shooter’s Log wants to ensure you know that Cheaper Than Dirt! sells a full complement of fishing and watersports supplies. However, when on the water, we also want to ensure you are doing it safely.
There are an estimated 3 to 4 million lakes in the United States. One study even found that lake destinations were the number one spot for travel in 2012. This does not surprise me. Lakes offer plenty of recreational activities at an extremely low price. These natural bodies of water come with risks. Most drownings are due to unexpected exposure to the water. For children ages 1 to 4, drowning is the leading cause of death. Even adults who know how to swim are at risk for drowning. Most drownings are preventable. A day at the lake can be fun, safe and accident-free if you always follow these 15 safety tips.
In 2010, The U.S. Coast Guard reported 4,604 boating accidents, which resulted in 672 deaths. Even though the U.S. Coast Guard requires a life jacket for everyone on board a boat, 88 percent of those who drowned in 2010 from a boating accident were not wearing a life jacket. All boats require safety equipment. Different boats and locations require different safety preparations. However, basic boating safety is universal.