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Vermont club organized Christmas tree drop

Aug 16, 2012

The Rutland B.A.S.S. Club strategically placed more than 30 Christmas trees around Lake St. Catherine.

Harts Lake in Washington gets cleaned up

Aug 16, 2012

The Washington Fire Creek Bassmasters cleaned up boat ramps, boat launches and the shores of Harts Lake in Pierce County.

South Carolina rule book improved

Aug 16, 2012

Chance Bralley worked with the DNR to make the state fishery laws easier for anglers to follow.

600 fish tagged in South Carolina

Aug 16, 2012

Thanks to volunteers, a study has begun on the Waccamaw River System.

Washington club cleans up Yakima

Aug 16, 2012

The Washington River Runners bass club collected 37 pounds of trash along the Yakima River.

Indiana teaches catch-and-release philosophy

Aug 16, 2012

The 2011 Hoosier Outdoor Experience attracted more than 10,000 people for Indiana's largest, hands-on outdoor recreation event.

West Virginia improves live-release trailer

Aug 16, 2012

More fish are released in healthy condition thanks to West Virginia's trailer updates.

Derby excites families for fishing

Aug 16, 2012

Twenty-three children, ages 3 to 14, participated in the Second Annual Kids Fishing Derby.

Minnesota chapter performs bass creel surveys

Aug 16, 2012

Members spent more than 2,200 hours collecting data.

New Hampshire club helps with electroshock survey

Aug 16, 2012

Members of the Bass Finatics club conducted a fish study at Brindle Pond.

Festival educates public

Aug 16, 2012

The Michigan B.A.S.S. Federation Nation hosts a tournament that educates the public about bass fishing.

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