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  • Texas Fishing Regulation Changes Were Approved Including Harvest Regulations for Largemouth Bass

    Texas Fishing Regulation Changes Were Approved Including Harvest Regulations for Largemouth Bass

    The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted a suite of changes to this year’s fishing regulations that includes standardizing harvest regulations for largemouth bass to the statewide limits at 12 lakes and increasing the daily bag limit for commercial and recreational take of king mackerel from two to three.

  • New Product Showcase at ICAST Changes Voting Process

    New Product Showcase at ICAST Changes Voting Process

    One of the most important features for ICAST exhibitors and attendees alike is the New Product Showcase. Sponsored by Fishing Tackle Retailer, the New Product Showcase embodies the sportfishing industry’s innovative and entrepreneurial spirit and rewards that ingenuity through the new product awards competition in 25 categories.

  • Lowrance Screenshot Interpretation | Fish Postitioning in Seasonal Temperature Changes | Shallow for Aggressive Feeders

    Lowrance Screenshot Interpretation | Fish Postitioning in Seasonal Temperature Changes | Shallow for Aggressive Feeders

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    As late summer gives way to cooler fall temperatures, many of the larger lakes and rivers cool down dramatically. It’s not uncommon to see the water temp warm as much as 8 degrees throughout the day, but be sure to pay attention to which parts of the lake are warmer than others.

  • CHANGES | 2018 WWBT Schedule Pro Am and Teams | Updated Aug 30

    CHANGES | 2018 WWBT Schedule Pro Am and Teams | Updated Aug 30

    WWBT anglers, there are a couple of necessary changes to the 2018 CA Team and AZ Team Schedules.

  • Fishing Groups Call on White House for Ethanol Policy Changes

    Fishing Groups Call on White House for Ethanol Policy Changes

    In a letter sent today to the Trump administration and Congress, a coalition of recreational boating and sportfishing interests urged action to fix America's broken ethanol policy. The American Sportfishing Association (ASA), Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and Marine Retailers Association of the Americas (MRAA) on behalf of the nation's 12 million recreational boat owners, 46 million recreational anglers and 35,000 recreational boating businesses respectively expressed concern with the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

  • Changes to U.S. Fishing Laws May Come with Donald Trump Presidency

    Changes to U.S. Fishing Laws May Come with Donald Trump Presidency

    Previously unsuccessful efforts to reform the US's main federal fishing law, the Magnuson-Stevens Act, are positioned to move ahead under a Donald Trump administration.

  • Wild West Bass Trail | 2017 Schedule and Format Changes

    Wild West Bass Trail | 2017 Schedule and Format Changes

    Wild West Bass Trail | 2017 Schedule and Format Changes

  • Best Bass Tournaments 2016 Schedule Changes

    Best Bass Tournaments 2016 Schedule Changes

    Due to low water conditions several changes have been made to the 2016 BBT Schedule. The BBT is sorry for any inconvenience these changes cause and hopes to see you on the water.

  • Senior management changes at Rapala VMC

    Senior management changes at Rapala VMC

    Rapala VMC Corporation has made a number of changes at top management level, including the appointment of Jussi Ristimäki as Deputy Chief Executive Officer.

  • NOAA Seeks Comments on Changes in Snapper-Grouper, Golden Crab, Dolphin and Wahoo Regulations

    NOAA Seeks Comments on Changes in Snapper-Grouper, Golden Crab, Dolphin and Wahoo Regulations

    NOAA Fisheries Seeks Comments on Proposed Changes for Regulations for Snapper-Grouper and Golden Crab in the South Atlantic, and Dolphin and Wahoo in the Atlantic Region

  • Release Reels Changes Name to Truth Reels

    Release Reels Changes Name to Truth Reels

    Another company in the marine industry legally challenged our Release Reels Trademark. After reviewing the pros and cons of fighting this challenge, we quickly realized we wanted to grow to be much more than just a fishing reel company and our current space was cluttered with many similar name brands. So we took this as an opportunity and turned it into something that we feel truly represents not only who we are, but the philosophy of our company as well.

  • Rain Changes Fishing Opportunities in S.E. Colorado

    Rain Changes Fishing Opportunities in S.E. Colorado

    Much needed precipitation has fallen on southeast Colorado through the spring and early summer, providing significant relief to this drought-stricken part of the state.