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  • From Bay Journal: Bay Council Approves Stream, Land Protections on Chesapeake

    From Bay Journal: Bay Council Approves Stream, Land Protections on Chesapeake

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    Leaders of the state-federal Bay Program partnership pledged new efforts Thursday to protect streams draining the Chesapeake watershed even as they acknowledged that their key pollution reduction efforts have fallen behind schedule.

  • I-Phones Help Defend Against Invasive Species

    I-Phones Help Defend Against Invasive Species

    In efforts to help curb the spread of invasive species, a unique partnership between Wildlife Forever, Hennepin County and the Star Tribune uses geo-targeted marketing to inform, educate and protect Minnesota lakes.

  • Virginia Trout Stocking Plans Open for Comment

    Virginia Trout Stocking Plans Open for Comment

    The Draft Virginia Stocked Trout Management Plan is open for public comment till September 15.The Draft Virginia Stocked Trout Management Plan is open for public comment till September 15.

  • Some Seed Shrimp Survive Being Eaten By Great Lakes Gobies

    Some Seed Shrimp Survive Being Eaten By Great Lakes Gobies

    The round goby was accidentally introduced by ballast water in the early- to mid-1990s, as were zebra and quagga mussels, said Seth Herbst, a fisheries biologist for the Department of Natural Resources.

  • Volunteer Scallop Divers/Boaters Needed for Scallop Search

    Volunteer Scallop Divers/Boaters Needed for Scallop Search

    The event is a resource monitoring program where community volunteers snorkel to search for scallops in select areas within Boca Ciega and Lower Tampa Bays. The event has been conducted annually since 1993 with the goal to monitor and document the health and status of the local bay scallop population. Tampa Bay Watch will coordinate 45 volunteer boaters with more than 180 participants to search selected sites for the elusive bay scallops.

  • Sebille

    Sebille

    2016 Sebille Catalog

  • Shakespeare

    Shakespeare

    2016 Shakespeare Catalog

  • More Than 20 Million Fish Stocked Mean Abundant Angler Opportunities in Michigan

    More Than 20 Million Fish Stocked Mean Abundant Angler Opportunities in Michigan

    DNR stocking salmon on Huron RiverThe Department of Natural Resources today announced the final totals from its spring fish-stocking efforts. DNR fisheries staff stocked a total of 20,099,988 fish that weighed more than 325 tons and consisted of nine different species and one hybrid.

  • Stren

    Stren

    2016 Stren Catalog

  • Summer Full Moons Trigger "Sex" on Florida Keys Coral Reefs

    Summer Full Moons Trigger "Sex" on Florida Keys Coral Reefs

    Expectant divers are to take to the Florida Keys reefs hoping to witness a delicate reproductive phenomenon that occurs in the middle of the night when coral polyps release millions of gametes (eggs and sperm) in synchronized mass-spawning rituals. The unique natural event takes place around the late July, August and September full moon cycles.

  • SnagProof

    SnagProof

    2016 snagproof catalog

  • South Bend

    South Bend

    2016 South Bend Catalog

  • Livingston Lures

    Livingston Lures

    2016 Livingston Lures Catalog

  • Berkley Products

    Berkley Products

    2016 Berkley Product Catalog

  • Appeals Court Upholds Habitat Protections for Threatened Green Sturgeon in California, Oregon, Washington

    Appeals Court Upholds Habitat Protections for Threatened Green Sturgeon in California, Oregon, Washington

    Spawning Habitat in Sacramento River Preserved; Developers' Lawsuit Denied SAN FRANCISCO— The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals last week upheld the designation of 8.6 million acres of critical habitat for the threatened green sturgeon in California, Oregon and Washington, including the sturgeon's only remaining spawning habitat in the Sacramento River.

  • U.S. Leads the Way in Shark Conservation

    U.S. Leads the Way in Shark Conservation

    Shark Conservation, Science, and Management—The U.S. Leads the Way

  • Arizona Conservationists to Be Honored at 2015 Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet

    Arizona Conservationists to Be Honored at 2015 Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Game and Fish Department, together with the Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation, will induct four individuals and one organization into the Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place during the 18th annual Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, Aug. 22, at the Chaparral Suites Scottsdale, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85250.

  • New Conservation Impoundment Planned for Southwest Florida

    New Conservation Impoundment Planned for Southwest Florida

    The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) this week issued a request for bids to start early construction of key features of the Caloosahatchee River (C-43) West Basin Storage Reservoir. The work is the precursor for achieving water storage benefits before the entire reservoir is complete.

  • Bass management is evolving

    Bass management is evolving

    Bass anglers may wonder why the Sunshine State supports some of the best bass fishing in the world. Florida’s abundant lakes and rivers provide habitat necessary to produce good fisheries and the Florida largemouth bass possesses unique genetics that favors rapid growth to trophy size. Harvest management through fishing rules and regulations also play a role, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is currently considering sweeping changes to streamline bass regulations and make them more effective.

  • Saratoga (WY) National Fish Hatchery Celebrates 100 Years in Operation

    Saratoga (WY) National Fish Hatchery Celebrates 100 Years in Operation

    DENVER- The Saratoga National Fish Hatchery is celebrating 100 years in operation on July 3rd and 4th in the town of Saratoga, Wyoming.