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  • More Ethanol Talk | 15 Percent Ethanol

    More Ethanol Talk | 15 Percent Ethanol

    EPA has mandated a rise in ethanol in gasoline to 15%

  • Trolling Motor Talk | Questions and Answers

    Trolling Motor Talk | Questions and Answers

    Trolling Motor Dr. has been an advertiser on the site for a few years now. New for this year, we wanted to join your discussions and help with trolling motor questions that you may have. Please feel free to post tany questions here in the forums. Our answers are just a quick post away!

  • Flippin and Pitchin Rod Talk

    Flippin and Pitchin Rod Talk

    Flipping and Pitching Rod Length Preferences

  • Chine Walk Talk

    Chine Walk Talk

    I'm wondering if the 2013 Triton 20xs chine walks...?

  • Rod Talk | A-Rigs and Hudds

    Rod Talk | A-Rigs and Hudds

    Looking to by an A Rig rod. What would be a good one.

  • Clearlake Fish Die Off --- New Approach Talk Continues

    Clearlake Fish Die Off --- New Approach Talk Continues

    Where are the advocacy groups for the black bass in California? The few individuals, including a very special individual who has moved to Texas, who stepped up and attempted to organize bass fishermen and tournament organizations have met with apathy, and "let the other guy do it."

  • Clear Lake Talk | August

    Clear Lake Talk | August

    Water clarity, algae, and weed conditions vs. last year at this time

  • Justin Lucas and Mike Iaconelli Talk the Classic at Conroe

    Justin Lucas and Mike Iaconelli Talk the Classic at Conroe

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    With the Bassmaster Classic quickly approaching, the 52 anglers who qualified for the event are formulating strategies and gameplans. Mike Iaconelli and Justin Lucas are both vying for the title and have a similar approach to tackle both the boat traffic and the bass at Lake Conroe.

  • Tiger Shark Recaptured in North Florida 10 Years After Tagging

    Tiger Shark Recaptured in North Florida 10 Years After Tagging

    The tiger shark was caught as a pup when it was a mere 32-inches long, and, remarkably, it was caught 10 years ago to the day from when Wolk landed the fish.

  • Fish don’t talk, but we can

    Fish don’t talk, but we can

    Fish don’t talk – even if they are referred to as largemouths. But we can and should. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) mission is “To manage fish and wildlife resources for their long-term well-being and the benefit of people.” The latter aspect of that mission makes it critical that FWC staff and stakeholders, such as freshwater anglers and boaters, collaborate to ensure the use of the most appropriate fisheries management practices.

  • OK Trout Areas Still Open; Metro Sites Close Feb. 29

    OK Trout Areas Still Open; Metro Sites Close Feb. 29

    Oklahoma City and Tulsa area trout fishing seasons will wrap up Feb. 29, but anglers will still be able to fish for rainbows and browns for a few more weeks at the six seasonal Wildlife Department trout fisheries found statewide.

  • New Trawl Survey Set for Lake Erie

    New Trawl Survey Set for Lake Erie

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will conduct a trawl survey in Lake Erie near Monroe, Michigan, beginning Monday, Aug. 10, and continuing through Friday, Aug. 14.

  • 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.

  • Three Prosecutors Awarded 2014 Wildlife Prosecutor of the Year

    Three Prosecutors Awarded 2014 Wildlife Prosecutor of the Year

    The California Fish and Game Commission recently recognized three prosecutors for their exemplary dedication to the prosecution of wildlife crimes. District Attorney Patrick McGrath, Deputy District Attorney Brad Enos, both of Yuba County, and Deputy District Attorney Kevin Weichbrod of Santa Barbara Countywere selected from the ranks of California’s 58 counties to receive this notable

  • Five Years After The Spill, Settlement Provides for Meaningful Gulf of Mexico Restoration

    Five Years After The Spill, Settlement Provides for Meaningful Gulf of Mexico Restoration

    BATON ROUGE, LA – Five years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster that claimed 11 lives and dumped nearly 3.2 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico, officials in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana announced an $18.7 billion settlement with BP.

  • 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.

  • NOAA Seeks Comment on Reallocation of Commercial/Recreational Red Snapper Harvest

    NOAA Seeks Comment on Reallocation of Commercial/Recreational Red Snapper Harvest

    NOAA Fisheries is seeking public comment on a draft environmental impact statement for Amendment 28 to the Fishery Management Plan for the Reef Fish Resources of the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council (Council) is considering an action to reallocate the red snapper harvest between the commercial and recreational sectors.

  • 6 Reasons That Floating Ocean Plastic Cleanup Gizmo is a Horrible Idea

    6 Reasons That Floating Ocean Plastic Cleanup Gizmo is a Horrible Idea

    It's all over the internet these days: a floating boom to be set out in 2016 between Korea and Japan to collect improperly discarded plastics. The two-kilometer float, to be deployed off Tsushima Island in the Korea Strait, is a bit of a test run for much larger versions the creators hope to moor in open oceans around the world within the next five years.

  • Family Fishing Tips from Anglers for Conservation

    Family Fishing Tips from Anglers for Conservation

    Fishing on the water with family and friends is priceless. Summertime Fishing Tips For Kids and Families Schools out! Now we're in the time of year when the weather is perfect for early and late day fishing adventures. Here're a few tips for kids and families who wish to experience the fun and excitement of summertime fishing. Fishing should take place where fish congregated. Kids have a difficult time practicing delayed gratification, so they want to catch something quickly! Personally, in these situations, I would start off fishing for the easier species to find and catch.

  • Alabama Bass Trail Unveils New Specialty License Plate

    Alabama Bass Trail Unveils New Specialty License Plate

    Decatur, AL – Anglers can now show their passion for Alabama fishing while supporting the state's only fishing trail. The new Alabama Bass Trail specialty license plate will be available for pre-order beginning June 1, 2015.