If your club or chapter needs funds, this is the time to plan for it. Four different grant opportunities are available right now with an application deadline of Nov. 30.
This boat began its life on a mission to save bass, and it is continuing it even in old age.
Conservation leaders took former President George H.W. Bush fishing for his 90th birthday and to honor him for his lifetime commitment to conservation.
See how biologists sample fish populations in California's Clear Lake to determine trends in size and numbers.
Twenty young anglers and 10 adults picked up about a dozen bags of trash in early April, as the Bassinators juniors club began its 10th year of cleanups at Coon Lake.
Members of the Arizona B.A.S.S. Nation helped stock Roosevelt Lake with half a million bass fry.
The West Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation added spider blocks to Sutton Lake, improving spawning and nursery habitat.
The Columbia River Bassmasters welcomed the winter trout season by helping add habitat to Henry Hagg Lake near Forest Grove.
The award won by the Lake Oconee Bassmasters at the 2014 Conservation Summit is now home with its club, the Lake Oconee Bassmasters.
Dean Rustic and Bill Frazier want you to know how to clean your boat so you don't spread invasives from one lake to another.
If the Maine legislature follows the recommendation of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, it will not ban the use of soft plastic baits in state waters.
What happens to the bass weighed in at the Classic? They go right back to Guntersville after the weigh-in.
Members of the Canyon Bass Club bolted into action to place natural fish attractors into Canyon Lake.
Gene Gilliland, a widely respected bass biologist and conservation advocate from Oklahoma, has been named B.A.S.S. Conservation Director.
On her retirement, db bids farewell to B.A.S.S. National Conservation Director Noreen Clough, a woman who has dedicated her life to conservation.
Volunteers like you dedicate their time to making fishing better! Annual Achievements in B.A.S.S. Conservation
Ray Scott's original conservation-related principles are still relevant to the work and ideas of B.A.S.S. Conservation today.
Arizona B.A.S.S. Federation Nation to receive a $12,600 grant to enhance bass fisheries with man-made habitat.
The July issue of Field & Stream honored BFN member Jerod Harman as a conservation hero.