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  • 2020 "Waters to Watch"

    2020 "Waters to Watch"

    This annual list represents a collection of strategic conservation efforts implemented on rivers, streams, estuaries, and lakes to protect, restore, or enhance fish habitat.

  • Watercraft in Contaminated Waters

    Watercraft in Contaminated Waters

    Many states require that watercraft must stop for inspection, which includes both motorized and non-motorized boats.

  • Crews engaged in illegal fishing US waters caught

    Crews engaged in illegal fishing US waters caught

    An estimated 6,186 pounds of illegal catch were seized.

  • Targeting Tidal Waters with Bill Lowen

    Targeting Tidal Waters with Bill Lowen

    Bill Lowen had never made a 100-mile run one-way just to find the right fishingconditions, but he did it three successive days during the recent Bassmaster® Elite tournament at South Carolina’s Winyah Bay, and it nearly paid off with a victory. In three days of competition, the Yamaha Pro put more than 600 miles on his boat, the equivalent of driving a car from Atlanta to Miami.

  • Plans to install an ultraviolet water disinfection system at State Fish Hatchery in Emmet County

    Plans to install an ultraviolet water disinfection system at State Fish Hatchery in Emmet County

    Michigan’s plan to reintroduce Arctic grayling to state waters is taking a big leap forward, courtesy of some generous donors and partners.

  • Opposition to Sulfide Mining Near Boundary Waters

    Opposition to Sulfide Mining Near Boundary Waters

    The National Wildlife Federation submitted over 16,500 comments to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today in opposition to risky mining that jeopardizes the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. The BLM proposes to renew two expired sulfide-ore mining leases for the Twin Metals Minnesota LLC in the Superior National Forest in the Rainy River Watershed, which includes the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW). The comment period closes today.

  • 2018 Sees Over 21 Million Fish Stocked in State Waters

    2018 Sees Over 21 Million Fish Stocked in State Waters

    Rainbow trout, chinook salmon, steelhead and seven other species and one hybrid were among the 21,116,476 fish – weighing a combined 333 tons – stocked in Michigan’s public waters so far this year.

  • Catfish stockings resume in Arizona's community waters

    Catfish stockings resume in Arizona's community waters

    Catfish stockings resume in CFP waters While catfish stockings were done in some upper elevation waters through the summer, the normal catfish stocking season is set to resume this week in the Core waters.

  • 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.