Day-use boaters may face steep expenses to keep their boats on the water in New York because of invasive species regulations.
Jim Reed has organized a team of volunteers in Florida who help with angler surveys, sampling, habitat restoration and outreach events.
Following a 13-year break, Walt Maldonado is back in the saddle and eager to be a voice again for bass fishing and conservation in Utah.
Researchers in New Hampshire tagged bass caught in a tournament to see if they would make it back to the main lake on their own from their release at the weigh-in site.
What is the proper way to handle a bass? Learning the answer to that question is the objective of a Florida study.
Young volunteers called Ramp Monkeys will ensure that competitors comply with new state regulations at take-out to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic species.
Anglers from all over New Mexico hauled Christmas trees to Elephant Butte Reservoir following the holidays to help improve habitat as part of a multi-year coalition effort.
Ken Snow helped facilitate improved access on the Mississippi River. Construction on the Wisconsin side of the river for an access site on Pool 4 should be completed by June.
Bass Pro Shops won a Missouri Recycling Association award for recycling, repurposing or reusing nearly 4,300 tons of materials in 2014.
This barrier is keeping anglers from fishing one mile of the best waters on the Connecticut River -- and without good reason.
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.
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.