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Conservation News

Conservation News

Anglers communicate carp problems

EDDYVILLE, Ky. – While we looked one way, Asian carp went the other. As we worried about invasion of the Great Lakes, their populations exploded in Kentucky and Barkley Lakes,...

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Lake Okeechobee’s needed storage reservoir

CLEWISTON, Fla. – Rivers and canals are coated in a toxic film of bright green. Coastal beaches and shallows are awash in mounds of hairlike slime and dead fish. Satellite...

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Junior club cleans 500 pounds of trash

Tampa Bay Junior Bassmasters conservation service project in June netted 519 pounds of trash from the Courtney Campbell Causeway. Update by Don Garand

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WAR on CARP coalition

Groups are partnering to help save the rivers and lakes in Kentucky and Tennessee from the Asian Carp. Commercial fishers, sports anglers, water recreation and tourism are facing devastating impacts...

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Hard work and ice keep summer bass alive

Not only did fishing teams from 78 universities take their “A game” to Lake Tenkiller for the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship last week, the brutal midsummer Oklahoma heat...

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