Legislation designed to prevent the spread of invasive species could make boating on New York lakes extremely expensive for bass anglers.
B.A.S.S., the world’s largest fishing organization, today announced its corporate sponsorship of the Center for Coastal Conservation. The sponsorship underscores the commitment of B.A.S.S. to the preservation of recreational angling and conservation of U.S. waterways.
Every bass fishery should have a friend like Jim Reed. Fortunately for Florida’s Lake Istokpoga, that’s where the retired Air Force test pilot and Vietnam vet decided to live and focus his efforts.
B.A.S.S., along with 30 other conservation organizations, has signed a letter urging Congress to restore funding for sportfishing projects suffering under the current federal budget impasse.
Following a 13-year break, Utah’s first B.A.S.S. Nation conservation director, Walt Maldonado, is back in the saddle and eager to be a voice again for bass fishing and conservation in his state.
Last week, BP, the U.S. Justice Department, and the five Gulf states made public the terms of a settlement agreement regarding the company’s role in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
A boat launch named in memory of Noreen Clough opened in Wisconsin earlier this month.
The West Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation has been placing spider blocks in Summersville Lake for five years to enhance fish habitat.
For the first time since 2012, anglers and boaters will be able to pass through the Opekiska and Hildebrand locks, as well as take advantage of extended operating hours at the Morgantown lock.
Oregon may be poised to bow to political pressures and remove bag limits from smallmouth bass on the Columbia River. This could happen as early as Friday, June 19, when the state’s Warmwater Working Group meets.