Topics: Conservation News

Will Classic bass survive?

Feb 18, 2014

Will bass survive after being caught on Lake Guntersville and hauled approximately 80 miles to the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center for the Bassmaster Classic weigh-ins? Fishery expert says yes!

Six awards to be bestowed at Classic

Feb 17, 2014

No one knows who will win the Classic, but six winners have already been determined — in the realm of B.A.S.S. Conservation, that is.

Conservation leaders to meet at Classic

Feb 17, 2014

Conservation leaders from around the country will descend on Birmingham, Ala., for the 2014 Conservation Summit.

Sportsmen’s bill upholds public access

Feb 6, 2014

The Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act draws broad support from sportsmen’s circles.

Conservation organization offers big prize

Feb 4, 2014

Supporting your right to fish can turn into the fishing experience of a lifetime.

Public outcry may have squashed lure ban

Jan 31, 2014

If the Maine legislature follows the recommendation of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IFW), it will not ban the use of soft plastic baits in state waters.

Colorado club focuses on cleanups and habitat

Jan 22, 2014

Horsetooth Reservoir was the beneficiary of Centennial Bass Club's cleanup project last fall.

Educating the public one person at a time

Jan 19, 2014

Engage the public at your events. A simple exchange might lead to a more in-depth conversation about our sport and our conservation efforts.

Wyoming chapter makes weigh-in more fish-friendly

Jan 7, 2014

In an effort to improve fish care at tournaments throughout the region, the Wyoming B.A.S.S. Nation (Cowboy Bass) has refurbished and customized its weigh-in trailer.

Wyoming chapter makes weigh-in more fish-friendly

Jan 7, 2014

In an effort to improve fish care at tournaments throughout the region, the Wyoming B.A.S.S. Nation has made its weigh-in trailer very conservation-oriented.

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