A proposed Senate bill that would have led to increasing ethanol content in gasoline from 10 percent to 15 percent is dead, for now.
Although giant salvinia has been found in at least 11 states since 1995, it has been most aggressive and troublesome in east Texas and northern Louisiana. Floods last fall along the Sabine and Red rivers emphasized the reality to resource managers, lakefront property owners and anglers.
Florida asks fishermen to weigh in on new Black Bass Management Plan
Financed by a $4,000 grant, the Michigan BASS Federation Nation (MBFN) is creating a brochure and display to emphasize the importance of using engine cutoff switches in bass boats.
Torrential rains late last year caused plenty of havoc for California, but the influx of freshwater has also served to overcome the Golden State's drought conditions and refill many of its top bass fisheries.
The most productive tributary of the Potomac River bass fishery is at risk. And in a disturbing turn, those who promote Mattawoman Creek as a destination for anglers favor the development that could trigger its destruction.
How to add fish attractors to local waters
Preliminary findings suggest that Largemouth Bass Virus (LMBV) once again has damaged a bass fishery, this time at Kerr Lake/Buggs Island on the Virginia-North Carolina border.
LAS VEGAS — A seemingly simple project that turned into a multi-year ordeal for the Southern Nevada Junior Bucketmouths Club has a happy ending. And it occurred just in time for the club's restored release boat to be used at two Elite Series tournaments in California. Much of the credit for that success goes to the local Bass Pro Shops and Al Lower, its Tracker service manager, according to Tim Myers, secretary of the Nevada BASS Federation Nation (NBFN).
Recently completed research on the presence of female reproductive cells in male smallmouth bass has led fisheries scientists to conclude that the "intersex condition" is now present throughout the Potomac River's expansive watershed.