CENTRAL OREGON -- The 4th of July holiday weekend is coming up and that means people will enjoy the outdoors, many of them on the water. Boaters are reminded federal; state and county police will be looking for boaters under the influence this holiday. This includes kayaks, paddleboats, and float toys. Ashley Massey at the Oregon State Marine Board says boating under the influence can lead to jail time, a fine of more than 62-hundred dollars, and suspension of the boater education card for up to three years. She says police will also enforce state law requiring children 12 and under to wear a life jacket.