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Fluorocarbon not just for finesse fishing anymore

Mar 1, 2011

Fluorocarbon line isn't an option for many anglers anymore.

Seeing spots

Mar 1, 2011

<photo1>When Mike Bucca goes fishing, he sees spots.

The blue-green threat

Mar 1, 2011

CHARLOTTE, N.C. Golden algae is the killer of fish. Since the first documented die-off in 1985 on the Pecos River in Texas, it has killed millions of fish.

Licensed to fish!

Feb 15, 2011

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. At first, angling advocates gave Florida State Senator Joe Negron the benefit of the doubt.

'Leadheads' Sue EPA

Dec 6, 2010

Environmental groups have sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in U.S. District Court, hoping there will a ban on lead in fishing tackle and ammunition.

New Colorado smallmouth record

Dec 2, 2010

Eleven-year-old Conner Peitsmeyer made the most of his new rod and reel while fishing with his father on a cold morning in November at Aurora Reservoir.

Lead ban proposed in Washington

Nov 15, 2010

Bass anglers in the state of Washington have until Friday to voice their opposition to a ban on all lead fishing tackle in 13 lakes where loons breed.

Cormorant Control

Oct 21, 2010

Twelve years ago, the Federal government finally reacted to concerns from anglers and fish farmers and implemented control measures for the double-crested cormorant.

Floods spreading giant salvinia

Oct 21, 2010

Although giant salvinia has been found in at least 11 states since 1995, it has been most aggressive and troublesome in east Texas and northern Louisiana. Floods last fall along the Sabine and Red rivers emphasized the reality to resource managers, lakefront property owners and anglers.

Grant money will promote safety

Oct 21, 2010

Financed by a $4,000 grant, the Michigan BASS Federation Nation (MBFN) is creating a brochure and display to emphasize the importance of using engine cutoff switches in bass boats.

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