Topics: Conservation News

Ask the Biologist - Virus

Jan 7, 2010

In this edition of 'Ask the B.A.S.S. Biologist,' Chris Horton answers viewer questions about largemouth bass virus and managing fish populations in clear water.

Ask the Biologist - Fizz a Bass

Dec 23, 2009

In this first installment of 'Ask the B.A.S.S. Biologist,' Chris Horton answers viewer questions about the best way to fizz a bass and the different styles of culling clip products.

Bass Slam: Profiling The Redeye

Oct 28, 2009

The smallest member of the largemouth family may have you seeing red.

National Fish Habitat Conservation Act

Sep 4, 2009

Based on the successful model of the Migratory Bird Joint Ventures and the North American Wetlands Conservation Act, which restored waterfowl populations across the country, the National Fish Habitat Action Plan seeks to do for fish what we've done for ducks.

Angler Conservation Team: In their own words

Aug 14, 2009

Read about ACT activities around the country.

Delaware's Griffith Lake

May 8, 2009

They're the ones who partnered with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) and their GO FISH program to improve the habitat on the popular lake near Milford.

No More Tangles

Apr 29, 2009

Jim Cardillo discovered that braided fishing line had wrapped around his prop shaft. After $4,000 in repairs, he decided to do something about the hazards of discarded braid.

Drug Take-Back Bill Will Help Fish

Apr 28, 2009

When unused drugs are flushed down the toilet or thrown into the trash they often find their way into our waterways and the environment.

Spraying during the Spawn

Apr 17, 2009

Water bodies can become choked with both native and exotic plants, such as hydrilla and Eurasian water milfoil, and when that happens, the forage base bass depend upon will change.

BASS Conservation 2007

Apr 17, 2009

Too often, we tend to dwell on the challenges that we currently face without taking time to recognize our successes.

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