Three B.A.S.S. Nation chapters are the 2014 recipients of grants offered through the new Shimano/B.A.S.S. Youth Conservation Initiative. New Mexico, Georgia and Connecticut are the states receiving funds.
Wisconsin waters are more tournament-friendly these days, with culling allowed in permitted events as one of the most important new regulations.
Aurora Reservoir is the latest bass fishery in the Denver area to benefit from the habitat work of the Denver Bassmasters.
The Ontario B.A.S.S. Nation club has hosted this annual roadside clean-up project since 2007 along the Queensville Side Road near the river.
National conservation leaders pay tribute to President George H.W. Bush’s conservation legacy.
Anglers soon will enjoy better bass fishing at Lake Livingston, thanks to a restoration project taken on by many in the community.
Fisheries biologists go out on California's Clear Lake in an electroshocking boat to survey the fish. The fishes' weight, measurement and species are documented for research.
Members of the Aurora Bassmasters worked together to drop 10 large fish attractors into Aurora Reservoir in early April.
The Florida B.A.S.S. Nation set up a meet-and-greet at the grand opening of a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Tampa.
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.