The Restore Gulf Coast Act would ensure that fines from last year’s BP oil spill are used to help restore the Gulf ecosystem.
Officials at B.A.S.S. were surprised to learn of modifications released recently by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to its National Recreation Strategic Plan.
The first-ever Carp Tournament on Lake Conroe proved to be a huge success.
Efforts by the $125 billion tackle industry to preserve and expand sportfishing and business growth are bearing fruit.
“Legends of the Outdoors” National Hall of Fame, announced that B.A.S.S. will be the 2011 recipient of the American Outdoor Organization of the Year award.
The possibility of fines and confiscation of property threatens anglers crossing the U.S.-Canada border to fish.
B.A.S.S. Conservation Director Noreen Clough was one of more than 360 individuals from organizations all over the country who participated in the June 10 online chat with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar.
The Gulf of Mexico’s hypoxic zone is predicted to be larger than average this year, due to extreme flooding of the Mississippi River this spring.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has approved a new long-term Black Bass Management Plan for the Sunshine State.
This afternoon, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar held an online chat to discuss the U.S. Department of the Interior’s activities in support of President Barack Obama’s America’s Great Outdoors Initiative.
B.A.S.S. joins other conservation colleagues in opposition to proposed funding cuts in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Bill conservation programs.