Legislation designed to prevent the spread of invasive species could make boating on New York lakes extremely expensive for bass anglers.
B.A.S.S., along with 30 other conservation organizations, has signed a letter urging Congress to restore funding for sportfishing projects suffering under the current federal budget impasse.
Following a 13-year break, Utah’s first B.A.S.S. Nation conservation director, Walt Maldonado, is back in the saddle and eager to be a voice again for bass fishing and conservation in his state.
B.A.S.S. announced today, along with a large coalition of angler groups, the official launch of Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation (BASC), a new intuitive online advocacy system that allows fishing enthusiasts to write, call or tweet their legislators through prewritten engagements online.
The answer to that question is the objective of a study being conducted by the Fisheries Conservation Foundation and the Allen Lab in the Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program at the University of Florida.
B.A.S.S. opposes Alabama House Bill 258, which would allow use of gill nets on Guntersville, Pickwick, Wheeler, and Wilson, all important sportfisheries on the Tennessee River.
You need to know about these threats, and it is vital that we all get involved in finding solutions.