Report shows U.S. anglers have $115 billion annual impact
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — As anglers, we know that the real value of recreational fishing is incalculable simply because it is a wholesome, family-friendly activity enjoyed by an estimated 46 million...
Barnucz gives Ontario anglers a voice with regulators
DELHI, Ontario — As the provincial conservation director since 2011, Jason Barnucz has dedicated himself to keeping Ontario a stewardship leader in the B.A.S.S. Nation. “I work hard to promote...
Aaron Martens talks fishing conservation
Aaron Martens feels very strongly about conservation and why releasing big fish is vital to the future of any fishery.
Take Action: Sign the Sportsman’s Act petition
Keep America Fishing is asking for your help. The organization is about to meet with key U.S. senators to fight for the Bipartisan Sportsman’s Act of 2015, and it wants...
85% of male smallmouth bass in recent study are intersex
RESTON, Va. — A recent study by two federal agencies found significant numbers of male bass were intersex in waters of or near National Wildlife Refuges in the Northeast. Eighty-five...
Bass fishing rebounding on the Illinois River
PEORIA, Ill. — Despite habitat losses and an Asian carp invasion, the Illinois River is experiencing a resurgence in bass fishing. After the Illinois River hosted three Bassmaster SuperStars events...
EPA’s social media campaign considered illegal
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) just suffered its second setback in its attempt to implement stricter rules for protecting waters and wetlands under the federal Clean Water...
Alabama Power, B.A.S.S. sign stewardship agreement
Today at Regions Field, Alabama Power and B.A.S.S. signed a conservation partnership agreement at the Media Day of the GEICO Bassmaster Classic presented by Diet Mountain Dew and GoPro.
B.A.S.S. Nation Conservation Fund started
B.A.S.S. announced today the launch of a new B.A.S.S. Nation Conservation Fund in the FishAmerica Foundation at the American Sportfishing Association and will be seeking proposals in early July.
Georgia club improves Oconee habitat
Water willows in Lake Oconee add shoreline vegetation, nursery habitat and ambush cover.