This speech, which Noreen Clough presented at an American Fisheries Society meeting in Boise, Idaho, takes on Columbia River managers who want to remove bass regulations in order to protect salmon.
Warmer weather and bass flooding into prime bedding areas signal potential for a very interesting Day Four.
BULL SHOALS, Ark. — Jeff Kriet was trying to get a picture of Bull Shoals Lake out of his mind Friday, on the first day of the Bassmaster Elite Series Ramada Quest. That picture was formed during practice earlier this week, before heavy rains, a cold front and a postponement day completely changed reality Friday. "They really moved up Tuesday afternoon, by the thousands," Kriet said. "There were fish everywhere. The weather backed out so many of those fish.
Day Two on Douglas saw better weather and Georgian Patrick Bone taking top spot
A group of outdoor organizations, including B.A.S.S., banded together to encourage President Obama to make funding of conservation programs a priority in the federal budget and to protect fish and wildlife habitats as part of his environmental policy.
Mississippi angler goes wire-to-wire for first victory on fifth Classic appearance
Defending Classic champ Chris Lane faces a formidable foe in his search for the winning pattern on Grand Lake -- Old Man Winter.
Most anglers know that crankbaits are effective during the prespawn. But what about during the cold, late winter period?
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership highlights key policy issues central to Americans' fishing traditions.
In a letter to Senate leaders, hunters and anglers praise elements of the SAFE Act that would enable responsive management of fish and wildlife populations.