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  • Problems Solved: Waypoint Data Sharing and Management

    Problems Solved: Waypoint Data Sharing and Management

    Fishidy Sync delivers seamless sharing of waypoint data between Raymarine Axiom MFDs and mobile devices running the Fishidy app

  • Comment on Navigation Management Aids in Oregon

    Comment on Navigation Management Aids in Oregon

    U.S. Coast Guard officials are seeking pubic comment while conducting a waterways analysis and management system (WAMS) review of Yaquina Bay.

  • Potential new Delta Fisheries Management Policy on Stripers

    Potential new Delta Fisheries Management Policy on Stripers

    The California Fish and Game Commission invites stakeholders to participate in a meeting to discuss a potential new Delta Fisheries Management Policy and the Commission's existing Striped Bass Policy.

  • Big Fish Management VIDEO

    Big Fish Management VIDEO

    Wanted to take the time to share my fish management system that works for me. Over the years ive lost a few nice fish by boxing them up for pictures at the end of the day so hopefully this video will help save a fish's life and some heartache's

  • Spotted Sea Trout Management after Cold Stun

    Spotted Sea Trout Management after Cold Stun

    Throughout the winter, the Division of Marine Fisheries remains alert for any sign of cold stun events. Cold stun events occur when the environment becomes so cold that aquatic wildlife in the area are physically affected and become lethargic or appear stunned. A cold stun can be triggered by either 1) a strong cold front and/or melting snow and ice causing a sudden drop in water temperature or 2) a long period of cold air temperatures slowly decreasing water temperatures to a level that aquatic wildlife cannot survive. The effects of cold stun events can be localized to a small area, like a single river tributary, or widespread, affecting multiple river systems or the entire coast.

  • Public invited to black crappie management plan meetings

    Public invited to black crappie management plan meetings

    Kimme Leroux with a black crappie.

  • Expanded Nonnative Aquatic Species Management Plan and Environmental Assessment in Grand Canyon National Park

    Expanded Nonnative Aquatic Species Management Plan and Environmental Assessment in Grand Canyon National Park

    The National Park Service is seeking public comment on an Expanded Nonnative Aquatic Species Management Plan and Environmental Assessment in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, including Lees Ferry, and Grand Canyon National Park below the Glen Canyon Dam.

  • Tackle Management System Talk

    Tackle Management System Talk

    Any ideas for organizing tackle, line storage, culling ball storage, rod lockers, ect?

  • CDFW SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON STATEWIDE MANAGEMENT OF TROUT

    CDFW SEEKS PUBLIC COMMENT ON STATEWIDE MANAGEMENT OF TROUT

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will be soliciting public comment and ideas on the statewide management of trout at a series of public meetings.

  • Gulf Red Snapper Management Proposal from Legislators

    Gulf Red Snapper Management Proposal from Legislators

    Sen. Cassidy, Rep. Graves and Colleagues Propose a Better Way to Manage Gulf Red Snapper Washington, D.C. – The recreational fishing and boating community today applauded the introduction of the RED SNAPPER Act, a bill to improve the way the recreational red snapper fishery is managed in the Gulf of Mexico. The bill was introduced with bipartisan support in both chambers of Congress. Original cosponsors include Senators Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and John Kennedy (R-La.); and Congressmen Garret Graves (R-La.); Cedric L. Richmond (D-La.); Randy K. Weber, Sr. (R-Texas); Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.); Blake Farenthold (R-Texas); Wm. Lacy Clay (D-Mo.); Clay Higgins (R-La.); Steven M. Palazzo (R-Miss.); Austin Scott (R-Ga.); and Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.).

  • Line Management Tips with Cody Meyer #Seaguar

    Line Management Tips with Cody Meyer #Seaguar

    Line Management Tips with Cody Meyer #Seaguar

  • American Sportfishing Association Joins NC Sound Economy Coalition

    American Sportfishing Association Joins NC Sound Economy Coalition

    Alexandria, Va. –  The American Sportfishing Association’s (ASA) Board of Directors voted in favor of supporting the NC Sound Economy initiative at their spring meeting in late March. The NC Sound Economy is a newly formed and growing coalition of recreational fishermen, business leaders and concerned citizens that work together to urge state legislators to adopt fisheries management policies that both grow the fishery in North Carolina’s sounds and maximize its economic benefits.

  • Cody Meyer Line Management Tips | Reducing LIne Twist #seaguar

    Cody Meyer Line Management Tips | Reducing LIne Twist #seaguar

    Cody Meyer with line management tips for reducing line twist

  • Fuel Economy Tips | Risk Management with Mark Menendez

    Fuel Economy Tips | Risk Management with Mark Menendez

    Tips to increase fuel economy for bass anglers.

  • Lake sturgeon management plan for northern Michigan's Black Lake completed

    Lake sturgeon management plan for northern Michigan's Black Lake completed

    Lake sturgeon management plan for northern Michigan's Black Lake completed

  • New Report Urges Modernization in Federal Fisheries Management

    New Report Urges Modernization in Federal Fisheries Management

    The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF), along with the nation's leading fishing conservation organizations and trades associations, today released a landmark series of recommendations for the incoming Administration and the new Congress that strive to balance improving access to public waters, creating economic growth, and enhancing the conservation of marine fish stocks. The guidance for federal policy-makers in A Vision for Marine Fisheries Management in the 21st Century: Priorities for a New Administration calls for an end to antiquated federal policies that have inhibited a vital source of economic growth and a proud American tradition.

  • New NOAA Fisheries Guidelines Should Improve Federal Marine Fisheries Management

    New NOAA Fisheries Guidelines Should Improve Federal Marine Fisheries Management

    The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) today applauded NOAA Fisheries for updating and improving the guidelines it and the regional fishery management councils use for developing fishery management plans for the nation’s federal marine fisheries. The final revisions to National Standard 1 and related guidelines of the Magnuson Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA) address several challenges that have arisen in marine fisheries management over the last decade due to requirements in the law and the agency’s interpretation of them.

  • Lowrance HDS Trail Management with Ken Sauret

    Lowrance HDS Trail Management with Ken Sauret

    Ken Sauret with the Wild West Bass Trail shows you how to use Trail management to make your day of fishing more efficient!

  • Future of Federal Fisheries Management?

    Future of Federal Fisheries Management?

    Today at ICAST, the world's largest sportfishing trade show, recreational fishing and conservation group leaders revealed the preliminary findings from a series of collaborative workshops on alternative approaches to federal fisheries management.

  • Black Bass Management Plan yields angler benefits

    Black Bass Management Plan yields angler benefits

    This photo taken by FWC researchers shows a pair of spawning bass. Researchers are evaluating in ponds and natural lakes the effect of catching and releasing bass from beds. Even after keeping them for an hour and releasing them more than 100 yards away, the impact on the fish population appears to be insignificant.