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  • Florida Gov. Declares State of Emergency as Red Tide Kills Fish and More

    Florida Gov. Declares State of Emergency as Red Tide Kills Fish and More

    The red tide has made breathing difficult for locals, scared away tourists, and strewn popular beaches with the stinking carcasses of fish, eels, porpoises, turtles, manatees and one 26-foot whale shark.

  • Patrick Walters Saves Gas And Wins A Boat In Bassmaster Open On The Red River

    Patrick Walters Saves Gas And Wins A Boat In Bassmaster Open On The Red River

    While many anglers leave the launch site and drive as far as time and gasoline allow to reach areas where other fishermen aren’t “pressuring” schools of fish.

  • Red Snapper Abundance in Gulf of Mexico Being Estimated by Scientific Team

    Red Snapper Abundance in Gulf of Mexico Being Estimated by Scientific Team

    A team of university and government scientists, selected by an expert review panel convened by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, will conduct an independent study to estimate the number of red snapper in the U.S. waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

  • New App for Self Report of Red Tide Algae

    New App for Self Report of Red Tide Algae

    Smartphone users can now download a new app to self-report impacts of Florida red tide algae (Karenia brevis), thanks to Mote Marine Laboratory's project to engage citizen scientists along Florida's Gulf of Mexico coast.

  • FLW COLLEGE FISHING SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HEADS TO RED RIVER

    FLW COLLEGE FISHING SOUTHERN CONFERENCE HEADS TO RED RIVER

    Red River South Marina is bustling with activity before day-two takeoff by FLW Communications BOSSIER CITY, La. – competing for the top award of a $2,000 club scholarship and a berth into the 2018 College Fishing National Championship, which will also be hosted on the Red River next May.

  • Platypus Fishing Lines Donation to Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

    Platypus Fishing Lines Donation to Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

    Hurricane Harvey has impacted hundreds of thousands of families living in Texas and Louisiana, including many friends of Platypus Fishing Lines-USA. As rescues remain underway, we keep those affected by this disaster in our thoughts and prayers.

  • 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.).

  • Two Locations Reveal Invasive red swamp crayfish

    Two Locations Reveal Invasive red swamp crayfish

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently confirmed the presence of invasive red swamp crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) in Sunset Lake in Vicksburg, south of Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo County), and in a retention pond off Haggerty Road in Novi (Oakland County).

  • NOAA and States Focus on Red Snapper Enforcement

    NOAA and States Focus on Red Snapper Enforcement

    In order to better protect the red snapper fish stocks in the Southeast, NOAA's Office of Law Enforcement, alongside other state and federal natural resource enforcement agencies, will continue to conduct increased enforcement efforts focused on the commercial and recreational red snapper fisheries in Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic.

  • Coast Guard Interdicts Mexican Fishermen with 300 Illegal Red Snapper

    Coast Guard Interdicts Mexican Fishermen with 300 Illegal Red Snapper

    A lancha, or Mexican fishing boat, was seized along with 300 red snapper, 3 shark and fishing gear, near the U.S./Mexico border after the Coast Guard caught four men aboard the boat illegally fishing in U.S. territorial waters Feb. 24, 2017. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

  • Clear Lake Update Feb 8 | Ramps Closed and Mussel sticker INCREASE notice!

    Clear Lake Update Feb 8 | Ramps Closed and Mussel sticker INCREASE notice!

    Redbud Ramp shown. Clear Lake updates from Feb 8.

  • Red Snapper Season Now Open Friday-Sunday

    Red Snapper Season Now Open Friday-Sunday

    LDWF to Open Fall Red Snapper Season in State Waters The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, at its regularly scheduled October meeting, took action allowing recreational anglers to harvest additional red snapper in state waters beginning at 12:01 am on Friday, October 7, 2016, during weekends only. Weekends are restricted to Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.

  • Alton Jones Jr. Wins On Red River

    Alton Jones Jr. Wins On Red River

    Alton Jones Jr. of Lorena, Texas, wins the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open #2 held on the Red River out of Shreveport/Bossier City, La. Jones brought 13 pounds, 14 ounces to Saturday's weigh-in, giving him a three-day total of 35-14.

  • Red Snapper Weekend Season Reopens

    Red Snapper Weekend Season Reopens

    2016 Gulf recreational red snapper state weekend season reopens Sept. 2 The 2016 recreational red snapper season in Gulf of Mexico state waters (shore to 9 nautical miles) will reopen Sept. 2 and remain open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in September and October, and on Labor Day.

  • Berkley® Launches Team Red Program

    Berkley® Launches Team Red Program

    Recent years have seen high school and collegiate anglers boost their activity in tournament bass angling.

  • Red Abalone Public Workshop to be Presented in Santa Cruz

    Red Abalone Public Workshop to be Presented in Santa Cruz

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is currently working on a Fishery Management Plan (FMP) for the North Coast Recreational Red Abalone Fishery.  As part of CDFW’s efforts to encourage public participation in the plan development process, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and CDFW will jointly conduct a workshop on the topic. TNC is providing financial support for the event.

  • Gulf Red Snapper Season Set

    Gulf Red Snapper Season Set

    At its April 13 meeting in Jupiter, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) set the 2016 recreational red snapper season in Gulf of Mexico state waters.The 2016 season will open Saturdays and Sundays in May starting May 7.

  • Abalone Season Opens April 1 along the Northern California Coast

    Abalone Season Opens April 1 along the Northern California Coast

    California’s popular red abalone sport fishery season will open April 1 in most waters north of San Francisco Bay. However, parts of Fort Ross State Historical Park remain closed to the take of abalone.

  • Federal and State Agencies Seize 488 Red Snapper Caught off Texas Coast

    Federal and State Agencies Seize 488 Red Snapper Caught off Texas Coast

    Coast Guard crews stopped a recreational boat with approximately 1,900 pounds of red snapper Saturday, which was illegally caught in the Gulf of Mexico off Freeport and Galveston.

  • Red Fleet Reservoir (UT) Being Restocked After Rotenone Treatment

    Red Fleet Reservoir (UT) Being Restocked After Rotenone Treatment

    Restocking efforts at Red Fleet Reservoir are underway with new fish species soon joining the wipers, rainbow trout and native cutthroat trout that were stocked in November 2015.