B.A.S.S. announced today, along with a large coalition of angler groups, the official launch of Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation (BASC), a new intuitive online advocacy system that allows fishing enthusiasts to write, call or tweet their legislators through prewritten engagements online.
Volunteers assembled and sank 30 structures in groups of three to five in shallow water on secondary points around Lake Wilson and marked them with GPS coordinates,
In summer 2014, fisheries biologists tagged bass caught in a tournament to see if the bass released near the weigh-in site would make it back to the main lake on their own.
TPWD and a coalition of partners are working together to remind boaters to “Clean, Drain and Dry” their boats, trailers, and gear before traveling to another water body.
The answer to that question is the objective of a study being conducted by the Fisheries Conservation Foundation and the Allen Lab in the Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program at the University of Florida.
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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.
B.A.S.S. opposes Alabama House Bill 258, which would allow use of gill nets on Guntersville, Pickwick, Wheeler, and Wilson, all important sportfisheries on the Tennessee River.
Anglers can now fish for bass in Michigan 365 days a year except on a few limited waters closed to all fishing.
You’d think the St. Lawrence fishery was about to collapse if you listened to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.