Nine members of the B.A.S.S. Federation Nation of West Virginia constructed 60 spider blocks and installed them in Burnsville Lake.
Members of the Carolina Hookers added more than 75 piles of brush and cain to Lake Hartwell in 2011.
Members distributed the seedlings of native eelgrass to competitors in a tournament and asked them to drop them in their fishing holes.
Club members in West Virginia braved freezing weather to plant spider blocks in Summersville Lake to create bass habitat.
Jerod Harman, conservation director for the West Virginia B.A.S.S. Federation Nation, makes sure that anglers' voices are heard when the state is making decisions concerning fisheries access, habitat and water planning.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership's new online resources will keep sportsmen informed and engaged in conservation policy.
The Texas B.A.S.S. Federation Nation has been representing recreational interests on the Guadalupe River as one of 23 steering committee members on the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program.
Even after 43 years, Ray Scott's founding principles are still relevant to the work of B.A.S.S. Conservation.
A new partnership between B.A.S.S. and Friends of Reservoirs will focus on habitat restoration in reservoirs, improving the quality of the fisheries for future generations.
Two New York clubs worked together to clear invasive water chestnuts out of the Oneida River.
Table Rock Lake is among the annual list of waters that have benefited from volunteer restoration efforts.