More on Noreen Clough

It was a ton of fun – literally!

Jul 14, 2011

The first-ever Carp Tournament on Lake Conroe proved to be a huge success.

B.A.S.S. chats with Salazar

Jun 14, 2011

B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Noreen Clough was one of more than 360 individuals from organizations all over the country who participated in the June 10 online chat with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar.

Florida approves new bass management plan

Jun 13, 2011

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has approved a new long-term Black Bass Management Plan for the Sunshine State.

B.A.S.S. participates in national outdoors forum

Jun 10, 2011

This afternoon, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar held an online chat to discuss the U.S. Department of the Interior’s activities in support of President Barack Obama’s America’s Great Outdoors Initiative.

Enter your project for recognition

Jun 1, 2011

Your club or chapter could be the winner of a 2011 Outstanding Conservation Award presented by the Berkley Conservation Institute and B.A.S.S.

New law allows culling in Wisconsin

May 27, 2011

Wisconsin has joined the rest of the United States in permitting the practice of “culling” bass.

B.A.S.S. officials appointed to council

May 20, 2011

Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior, has appointed B.A.S.S. owner Jerry McKinnis and B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Noreen Clough to the Sport Fishing and Boating Partnership Council.

Proposed ban on lead is dead

Apr 14, 2011

Thanks to David Santos and the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation members the unwarranted bill, S.B. 59, was allowed to die in the Connecticut legislation.

Berkley and B.A.S.S. partner again in 2011

Apr 5, 2011

Once again, in 2011 outstanding Conservation awards for the best B.A.S.S. will be bestowed by the Berkley Conservation Institute The Institute awards a $2,000 check for the best conservation project and $1,500 in fishing gear to the best angler recruitment/retention project.

No-Culling hearing in Wisconsin

Apr 4, 2011

In Wisconsin, for the last two decades or more, bass tournament anglers have been hamstrung by a biologically unjustified regulation that does not permit culling during a bass tournament. But finally there may be a light at the end of that tunnel.