The New Hampshire State House Fish and Game and Marine Committee will be deliberating and voting on bill SB 89, which would ban lead in fishing tackle, on Thursday, April 25.
Legislators have put the bipartisan Strategic Response to Asian Carp Invasion Act on the table, in hopes that a restructuring of the powers that be will improve the decision-making process regarding control of the species.
Several outdoors organizations, including B.A.S.S., sent a letter today to the nation's leaders, asking that they recognize the importance and value of conservation programs in the upcoming budget negotiations.
B.A.S.S. was among several outdoor organizations that petitioned Washington to exempt Sport Fish Restoration funds from sequestration.
Tell B.A.S.S. what your club or chapter did to help the resource in 2012.
A group of outdoor organizations, including B.A.S.S., banded together to encourage President Obama to make funding of conservation programs a priority in the federal budget and to protect fish and wildlife habitats as part of his environmental policy.
Last November, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District decided that you shouldn't be allowed to fish below the dams they control. No good reason was given, and nobody was initially asked their opinion — not even the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
If the federal government’s sequestration scheme to reduce spending continues as originally planned, millions of dollars will be withheld from the states for managing fish and wildlife.
All 548 fish weighed in during the Bassmaster Classic lived to be caught again by Oklahoma angers, thanks to a continuing commitment to fish care and a willingness to make improvements in every facet of the process.
It takes 30 seconds to let legislators know that you won't stand for the proposed ban on soft plastics.
A new bill proposes that soft baits no longer be permitted for use by fishermen in the state of Maine. Act today to make your voice heard!