Conservation News

Conservation News

Lake Pepin conservation plan developed

HAGER CITY, Wis. – An ambitious plan to restore a fishery on the Upper Mississippi River has been developed. But it will need the help of local bass clubs and...

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False River restoration continues

NEW ROADS, La. – Following five years of restoration work, False River hasn’t yet returned to the quality that earned it designation as one of Louisiana’s first two trophy fisheries...

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Did hurricanes damage fisheries?

DUNNELLON, Fla. – Thus far, resource managers are breathing a sigh of relief in the wake of powerful Hurricanes Harvey and Irma that hammered east Texas and the entire Florida...

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Blankenship coordinates conservation projects

RIDGEWAY, Va. – B.A.S.S.’s emphasis on conservation is what gives the organization so much credibility, according to Joan Blankenship, long-time conservation director (CD) for the Virginia B.A.S.S. Nation (VBN). “Tournament...

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Secrets of fall bass in the grass

by Dr. Brett Harris, TVA Aquatic Plant Program Manager For many, spring is a bass fisherman’s favorite time of year. Football sized pre-spawn fish in big schools certainly sounds enticing, but...

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Mille Lacs smallmouth study underway

Known for decades as one of the Upper Midwest’s leading walleye factories, Minnesota’s Mille Lacs Lake in recent years also has made a name for itself as a consistent producer...

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