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  • 5 tips for multi-species success in warming waters

    5 tips for multi-species success in warming waters

    The natural world bristles with life in the spring. Your lawn’s formerly brown grass transitions to a lush, vibrant green. Bare branches on trees and shrubs become dressed wardrobes of blossoms and leaves. And beneath the water’s surface, once dormant shallows now teem with life, from the smallest insects to the largest aquatic predators, as the sun’s powerful photons drag water temperatures out of their wintertime lows.

  • Bill to restore angler access to public waters in the delta was recently defeated

    Bill to restore angler access to public waters in the delta was recently defeated

    A bill that would have restored anglers’ rights to access public waters in Louisiana was voted down in the state legislature this week by a vote of 37-59.

  • Proposed opening of US offshore waters to oil drilling opposed by Bonefish and Tarpon Trust

    Proposed opening of US offshore waters to oil drilling opposed by Bonefish and Tarpon Trust

    We write to share our grave concern about the proposed opening of US offshore waters to oil drilling. We fear that such activities will negatively impact economically important recreational fisheries throughout the southeastern and Gulf of Mexico coasts.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Still Winter But Water's Warming Feb 2

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Still Winter But Water's Warming Feb 2

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    Delta Report…. Super Weekend for Diamondback Anglers. West Delta anglers will line up throughout the area for this year’s huge Super Bowl Sturgeon Derby. This target length event draws anglers from All Over the West. The action Starts at 7am Saturday AM the announcement of the Target length.

  • More Greenback Cutthroats in Colorado Waters

    More Greenback Cutthroats in Colorado Waters

    More greenback cutthroats are headed to a creek near you, thanks to a $60k grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s “Bring Back the Natives” (BBN) program.

  • "Waters to Watch List Includes Arizona's Lake Roosevelt

    "Waters to Watch List Includes Arizona's Lake Roosevelt

    National Fish Habitat Partnership highlights partnership priorities across the U.S. The National Fish Habitat Partnership has unveiled its list of seven “Waters to Watch”, a collection of rivers, streams, estuaries, lakes and watershed systems that will benefit from strategic conservation efforts to protect, restore or enhance their current condition.

  • Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Cold but Water's Warming January 20

    Comprehensive Delta Fishing Report | Cold but Water's Warming January 20

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    Photo from RiverPoint Landing at Ladds It's still cold out there but the water is warming. Delta Report…. Bait fishing Stripers Sturgeon Solid water warms and spurs Black Bass a bit

  • How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On

    How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On

    How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On | A Lesson with Lucas Oil pro Ken Mah at ISE Sacramento

  • ISE Sacramento Coming January 18 - 21 | How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On

    ISE Sacramento Coming January 18 - 21 | How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On

    How-To Fish NorCal Waters That You've Never Been On | A Lesson with Lucas Oil pro Ken Mah at ISE Sacramento

  • Non Sandbar Large Coastal Sharks Fishing to Open

    Non Sandbar Large Coastal Sharks Fishing to Open

    The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries announced the commercial fishing season for Non-Sandbar Large Coastal Sharks will open in Louisiana waters at 12:01 a.m. on January 1, 2018. Federal waters will also open in the Gulf of Mexico at this time.

  • SonarChart Live with Lowrance Carbon on New Waters

    SonarChart Live with Lowrance Carbon on New Waters

    Looking for a new way to find structure in unfamiliar waters? Learn how Mark O'Neill uses SonarChart™ Live on his Lowrance Carbon series for that exact scenario in this webinar. Filmed October 19, 2017.

  • B.A.S.S. Nation Chapters Keeping Waters Free of Old Soft Baits

    B.A.S.S. Nation Chapters Keeping Waters Free of Old Soft Baits

    Keep America Fishing, Jackall Lures and numerous B.A.S.S. Nation chapters around the country have joined forces to expand the 'Pledge to Pitch It' campaign.

  • Navionics Webinar | Fishing for Bass in Tidal Waters with Thomas Harris

    Navionics Webinar | Fishing for Bass in Tidal Waters with Thomas Harris

    Webinar: Fishing for Bass in Tidal Waters with Thomas Harris

  • Invasive Mussels Threaten Colorado Waters

    Invasive Mussels Threaten Colorado Waters

    Boaters coming from other states with mussel infested waters threaten Colorado DURANGO, Colo. – The aggressive aquatic nuisance species inspection program operated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife has been successful in keeping quagga and zebra mussels out of the state. Waters in several surrounding states, however, are infested with mussels and that is a serious problem for Colorado.

  • Over Troubled Waters (Documentary)

    Over Troubled Waters (Documentary)

    Available for the first time for free to the public. This film has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people since 2012. Our award winning documentary narrated by Ed Begley, Jr. on the struggle to stop the water grab via the Delta tunnels project, and the ways to create a sustainable water supply for California. Grab a cold one and learn. View time 45 minutes. ~~~ Our Story ~~~ The San Francisco Bay-Delta, largest estuary on the west coast of the Americas and a national treasure. . . If you have heard of the Delta at all, you have heard that it is both a vital resource and a seriously threatened region. But you’ve probably heard the story of the Delta told by people who want to reshape it to take the water and create corporate wealth. So much of what you have heard is misleading, even wrong. In California and in national media, the Delta has been brought to you by a politically powerful and well-financed PR machine. The people behind this machine don’t care about the long-term health of California’s water resources or the people who rely on them. You deserve to hear the story of the Delta told by the other side of the issue, the people who are fighting for this unique region and for a sane and sustainable water policy for the whole state. For this documentary, we’ve talked to North Coast fishermen and to Delta and Northern California farmers who have already seen their way of life changed, for the worse, by the way California has been managing its water. We’ve talked to people who maintain the Delta’s levees, to people who recreate in the Delta, and to people who understand the needs of the fish and other creatures who call the Delta home or pass through it, as the salmon do to spawn. We let you hear from interests on both sides. And we shine a bright light on some of the claims that have been used to justify sending ever more of the Delta region’s water to benefit corporate agriculture and Chinatown-style big water development interests. Restore the Delta is a grassroots organization that has been fighting for years to protect this unique community of farmers, fishermen, and environmentalists who want to preserve the Delta’s way of life and its unique and threatened ecosystem. We understand that in the long run, water policies that are bad for the Delta are bad for everybody. We need your help to share this story, not just for the Delta, but for the future of California.

  • 38.64 to win the Delta

    38.64 to win the Delta

    Results and pix from the 24th Annual Corrections, Police and Fire Fish Off

  • Arizona GFD Reminds Boaters Waters Are Still Dangerously Cold

    Arizona GFD Reminds Boaters Waters Are Still Dangerously Cold

    Arizona's rising temperatures are signaling that the summer heat isn't far off and some residents are already eyeing area lakes, looking to hit the water.

  • Adopt a Mono-Tube to Keep Fishing Line Out of Fishery

    Adopt a Mono-Tube to Keep Fishing Line Out of Fishery

    Help us keep discarded monofilament (fishing line) out of inshore waters. Discarded fishing line can be very dangerous to birds, marine life, and even boats - it is estimated fishing line will last 400-600 years in the environment before it begins to break down. You can help by adopting a monofilament recycling tube, AKA monotube, at one of these popular fishing locations listed below. Adoption involves monitoring your tube twice a month depending on the location. Once collected, the fishing line is sent to Berkley Fishing, where it is recycled into tackle boxes or other fishing equipment, as well as fish habitats!

  • Summer Stress Increases Likelihood of Fish Kills on Small Waters

    Summer Stress Increases Likelihood of Fish Kills on Small Waters

    Anyone who has ever had their breath taken away after sitting in a car that's been parked in the summer sun will tell you that even a momentary drop in oxygen can turn things upside down. The same holds true for fish if the dissolved oxygen in a pond or lake crashes.

  • Coast Guard Advises Boater Caution in California Waters Due to Storms

    Coast Guard Advises Boater Caution in California Waters Due to Storms

    The Coast Guard advises the public to exercise caution when on and around central and southern California waters as a combination of larger sea swells and tides due to the effects of several severe weather systems moving through the area may be present.