Clubs from Ontario and New York won the 2011 Berkley Conservation and Recruitment/Retention awards, presented at the 2012 Bassmaster Classic.
Awesome. Tremendous. Terrific. That’s the way that state conservation directors for the Fed Nation summed up their experience at the recent conservation summit.
In college football, a coach usually gets a four-year pass. The new B.A.S.S. owners are starting their second season, and Jerry McKinnis gives a State of B.A.S.S. Address.
B.A.S.S. will renew an old tradition at this year’s Bassmaster Classic, when it plays host to a 2 ½-day Conservation Summit.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership highlights key policy issues central to Americans' fishing traditions.
Your club's conservation activities may be included in the inaugural B.A.S.S. Conservation Annual Report.
Conservation directors and fish chiefs from across the United States will spend three days discussing top conservation issues.
Federal regulation of sinkers and jigs is at stake.
In a letter to Senate leaders, hunters and anglers praise elements of the SAFE Act that would enable responsive management of fish and wildlife populations.
It may be that we too often partition ourselves as anglers — either bass or walleye, freshwater or saltwater. But when it comes to access to fisheries, we are all in the same boat.