You can make a difference in getting legislation passed that will increase fishing access, conserve fish habitat and improve fishery management.
B.A.S.S. and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials sat down recently to discuss issues about culling permits, fish diseases and public access.
The federal government may confiscate $43 million that sportsmen have contributed through excise taxes. Contact your senators and representatives, and tomorrow -- vote!
President Obama and Gov. Romney are not avid fishermen, but both say they plan to watch out for angling interests if elected (or re-elected).
The Freshwater Land Trust teamed up with B.A.S.S. employees Wednesday for a volunteer workday at Tapawingo Springs Preserve to restore critical habitat for the endangered vermilion darter and watercress darter.
Three recent high school graduates received scholarships awarded by the Connecticut B.A.S.S. Federation Nation.
Mark Byrne catches a huge bass in a Washington lake that his chapter has worked on cleaning up for 10 years.
The new Trophy Catch program will provide valuable big-bass information.
Let your senators know how critical it is for them to support the Sportsmen's Act of 2012.
By coordinating with the FWC, Florida was able to schedule its Federation Nation tournaments around hydrilla management efforts.
A fizz kit handed out at state tournaments simplified the fizzing process for competitors.