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  • Boaters in this Delta area use extreme caution

    Boaters in this Delta area use extreme caution

    Today the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s boating safety unit responded to a boating accident in the area of Mildred Island and Empire Cut.

  • SOUTH ENTRANCE TO MILDRED DANGER!

    SOUTH ENTRANCE TO MILDRED DANGER!

    Most of it is just under the surface and it would not be very noticeable at low light or even high glare or chop

  • Possible source of contamination that turned the South Yuba River yellow

    Possible source of contamination that turned the South Yuba River yellow

    Nevada County officials said they found a possible source of contamination that turned the waters of the South Yuba River yellow last weekend.

  • Shimano Suspends Operations as Hurricane Dorian Nears South Carolina

    Shimano Suspends Operations as Hurricane Dorian Nears South Carolina

    Safety is always the number one concern for all our Team Shimano members, and many have already left the area to get further inland and away from Hurricane Dorian

  • Way down South Tour San Diego Pt 1 VIDEO

    Way down South Tour San Diego Pt 1 VIDEO

    Took the weekend of the Delta to head down and spend the weekend visiting with family and fishing some new water. Part one of a two par series, hope you guys enjoy and stay tuned for number 2.

  • USGS study of Lake Okeechobee algae gives new insight on South Florida coastal blooms

    USGS study of Lake Okeechobee algae gives new insight on South Florida coastal blooms

    Salty Water Causes Some Algae to Release Toxins USGS study of Lake Okeechobee algae gives new insight on South Florida coastal blooms

  • 22.09 to lead Havasu

    22.09 to lead Havasu

    ABA South team Classic Day 1 Results

  • Lake Camanche South Shore Children's Pond Saturday

    Lake Camanche South Shore Children's Pond Saturday

    South Shore Children's Pond Saturday 4/22, 9 AM! Admittance to the park is FREE, Hotdog Lunch FREE plus raffle prizes awarded on the hour starting at 10 AM.

  • California's Ocean Salmon Fishery Partially Open

    California's Ocean Salmon Fishery Partially Open

    California’s recreational salmon fishery will open in ocean waters on Saturday, April 1, 2017, from Horse Mountain (40° 05’ 00” N. latitude) south to the U.S./Mexico border. The recreational salmon fishery north of Horse Mountain will remain closed for all of 2017 due to historically low numbers of Klamath River fall Chinook salmon.

  • South Dakota  Game, Fish and Parks New Regs for Aquatic Invasive Species

    South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks New Regs for Aquatic Invasive Species

    There are currently only three waters in the state where zebra mussels are present, therefore it is essential that efforts focus on containing the mussels at these waters and slowing their spread to additional water bodies

  • South Atlantic States Cobia Hearings

    South Atlantic States Cobia Hearings

    The South Atlantic states of Virginia through Florida have scheduled their hearings to gather public comment on the Public Information Document (PID) for the Interstate Fishery Management Plan (FMP) for Cobia.

  • FLW Tournaments Sanctioned in South Africa

    FLW Tournaments Sanctioned in South Africa

    MINNEAPOLIS – Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced an exclusive licensing agreement with WJ Lindeque CC, of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, to begin sanctioning FLW bass-fishing tournaments in South Africa. The agreement was signed by FLW President of Operations Kathy Fennel and Hannes Lindeque, a managing member of WJ Lindeque CC.

  • CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster

    CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster

    CCA Calls for Actions on South Florida Estuary Disaster issues, CCA Florida has also taken several action steps due to the damaging green algae bloom which originally appeared in Lake Okeechobee this year and has since found its way in the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee estuaries. CCA Florida has taken the following actions in the last couple of weeks on behalf of its members:

  • Proposed No Take Zones in South Florida

    Proposed No Take Zones in South Florida

    Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) supports healthy fisheries and habitat, including our coral reefs. When appropriate CCA has supported a number of spawning season area closures in the South Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. CCA has an active habitat restoration and artificial reefs placement program.

  • Study Reports Drop in Recreational Catch Rate of Dolphin off South Carolina

    Study Reports Drop in Recreational Catch Rate of Dolphin off South Carolina

    Even with a marginal improvement of fishing in May, the fishing fell short of the catch rate for the three-month period of May, June, and July observed in 2014. The overall average number of fish caught per trip this year was 15.7 percent lower than noted for the same period in 2014.

  • Trip Limit Decreased for Commercial Harvest of Gag Grouper in South Atlantic

    Trip Limit Decreased for Commercial Harvest of Gag Grouper in South Atlantic

    The daily trip limit for the commercial harvest of gag in the South Atlantic is reduced from 1,000 pounds gutted weight to 500 pounds gutted weight, effective 12:01 a.m. (local time) October 18, 2015. NOAA Fisheries has determined 75 percent of the quota of 295,459 pounds gutted weight has been landed. - See more at: http://www.thefishingwire.com/story/358882#sthash.V0kIF45U.dpuf

  • Florida FWC Approves Barracuda Conservation Measures for South Florida

    Florida FWC Approves Barracuda Conservation Measures for South Florida

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) at its Sept. 3 meeting in Fort Lauderdale approved new recreational and commercial bag limits for barracuda for waters off south Florida.

  • Snowy Grouper Opens in South Atlantic Aug. 20

    Snowy Grouper Opens in South Atlantic Aug. 20

    The recreational sector for snowy grouper in the South Atlantic Region will re-open on August 20, 2015, with an annual catch limit of 23,647 pounds gutted weight or 4,152 fish.

  • UltraFight by South Bend

    UltraFight by South Bend

    2016 ultrafight catalog by south bend

  • South Bend

    South Bend

    2016 South Bend Catalog