B.A.S.S. remains vigilant as to just how far the reach of the spatial planning might go.
David Ramsey was instrumental in securing a 10,000-acre watershed for public use.
Jim Martin, the conservation director for the Berkley Conservation Institute, has been selected as one of four Alumni Association Fellows at Oregon State University.
Will gamefish spawn on a suspended, artificial platform? That’s the question the New Mexico B.A.S.S. Federation Nation is attempting to answer with a helping hand from the Kids of the Southwest B.A.S.S. Youth Club.
On any given work day, B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Noreen Clough won’t be in her office. She’s far more likely to be in, say, a Washington, D.C., meeting, or in Minnesota discovering bass anglers’ concerns.
On the heels of awarding its 2010 Berkley Conservation Institute Awards, Berkley is asking for Federation clubs to submit their projects for the 2011 awards.
Waters in North Carolina and Virginia are still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Irene.
B.A.S.S. signed a letter in support of a bill that would protect hunting, fishing and recreational shooting rights in national forests and on public lands.
The Magnolia-Tomball Bass Club, a B.A.S.S. Federation Nation affiliate in southeastern Texas, has been tapped to receive the 2010 Berkley Angler Recruitment and Retention Award.
The Connecticut B.A.S.S. Federation Nation is getting attention for its new rules to prevent the spread of invasive species.
This weekend, Legends of the Outdoors National Hall of Fame will thank B.A.S.S. for its efforts in promoting bass fishing and protecting the resource.