You need to know about these threats, and it is vital that we all get involved in finding solutions.
The Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society is proud to announce the Noreen Clough Memorial Scholarship for Females in Fisheries.
When you watch the Classic this year, don't forget that there are people beneath the stage transporting the bass to the release truck.
Anglers from all over New Mexico hauled Christmas trees to Elephant Butte Reservoir to help improve habitat.
Clough's memorial service is scheduled for Jan. 30 at 10:30 a.m. at the Chapel at Stella Maris in Timonium, Md. Arrangements are being made to establish a scholarship fund in Clough's name.
If you live near Salt Lake City, Utah, you have a chance to attend a free workshop on black bass on Saturday, Feb. 7.
With the spawning season in full swing across much of the Sunshine State, Florida’s TrophyCatch program is serving as a powerful incentive for anglers to release giant female largemouth bass. The program, now in its third season, offers prizes for anglers who catch, document and release bass that weigh 8 pounds or more. There are three levels of qualification – Lunker (8-9.99 pounds), Trophy (10-12.99) and Hall of Fame (13 or greater) – and each offers a substantial list of prizes.
Access restoration for the Arkansas River’s legendary Coal Pile received a much needed budget increase in fall 2014, thanks to a $70,000 Fish Passage Grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
We all need to do a better job of cleaning up the debris we casually toss into the lake.
There will never be another Noreen Clough. But we can all learn from this tenacious woman that barriers can be broken, seemingly insurmountable problems can be solved, and that life should be lived like there’s no tomorrow.
Construction began in November 2014 on the Wisconsin side of the Mississippi River for an access site on Pool 4. It should be completed by June 2015.