Topics: Conservation News

Industry gathers to oppose unnecessary closures

Dec 1, 2011

It may be that we too often partition ourselves as anglers — either bass or walleye, freshwater or saltwater. But when it comes to access to fisheries, we are all in the same boat.

Sportsmen want Clean Water Act protected

Nov 23, 2011

The Barrasso-Heller amendment would undermine Army Corps authority to enforce Clean Water Act, eroding water quality and diminishing valuable fish and wildlife habitat.

Hawg Hunters club earns $10,000 grant

Nov 16, 2011

New Mexico club’s suspended vegetation mat study was given a green light by a major reservoir program.

Three Fed Nation clubs granted Chapter membership

Nov 14, 2011

The Reservoir Fisheries Habitat Partnership is looking for more organizations that are passionate about protecting America’s lakes.

Fishing closure plans opposed

Nov 8, 2011

B.A.S.S. and other organizations are fighting the General Management Plan drafted for Florida’s Biscayne National Park.

B.A.S.S. and Recycled Fish form partnership

Nov 3, 2011

If there’s one thing that bass anglers love, it’s catching a big bass. Catching more and bigger fish requires healthy waters, and a new relationship between B.A.S.S. and Recycled Fish will help accomplish that.

New York members restore release boat

Oct 26, 2011

The boat made its debut in a recent tournament and saved nearly 300 bass.

Georgia club improves Oconee habitat

Oct 19, 2011

Water willows in Lake Oconee add shoreline vegetation, nursery habitat and ambush cover.

B.A.S.S. keeps an eye on the National Ocean Council

Oct 18, 2011

B.A.S.S. remains vigilant as to just how far the reach of the spatial planning might go.

Conservation hero honored

Oct 18, 2011

David Ramsey was instrumental in securing a 10,000-acre watershed for public use.

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