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The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has appointed a policy director to oversee fisheries management issues in the important Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. Michael Waine has joined the organisation as Atlantic Fisheries Policy Director from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), where he was a Fisheries Management Analyst. “Mike’s seasoned experience at the state […]The post Waine appointed ASA Atlantic Fisheries Policy Director appeared first on Angling International.
News A new reef, part of CCA’s national habitat program, will provide 40 acres of new fishing grounds off eastern Texas. The first phase of construction on Texas’ newest artificial reef concluded this week when a barge load of giant granite blocks and other concrete materials joined a…
Cody Roswick, formerly a Marketing Manager with Pure Fishing, has been recruited as Business Manager for the AIM Weekend Walleye Series. Roswick, from North Dakota, has also served as Manager of the National Professional Anglers Association (NPAA) and is a consultant for Northland Fishing Tackle. His brief is to help expand the AIM (Anglers Insight […]The post Former Pure Fishing man to head walleye series growth appeared first on Angling International.
Tippets: Zinke Protects Yellowstone Gateway from Mining Interests, Atlantic Salmon Navigation, Roadless Rules in the Tongass
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has announced a mining ban that will withdraw 30,000 acres near Yellowstone National Park from mineral leasing for the next 20 years. “We could not be happier with Secretary Zinke’s decision to protect the true source of economic … more →
US Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, has reversed a decision to allow mining for gold on the doorstep of the world famous Yellowstone National Park, following a campaign backed by the American Fly Fishing Trade Association (AFTTA). He signed ... ...he environment and economic health […]The post Zinke reverses gold mining go-ahead near Yellowstone National Park appeared first on Angling International.
Colorado fly-fishing company, Umpqua, has marked its 45th year with a $45,000 donation to conservation generated by sales of its products. Umpqua pledged the contribution to Alaska’s Tongass National Forest two years ago at ICAST and raised the money from sales of its Tongass packs and bags. The do... ...he Sportsman’s Alliance, […]The post Umpqua marks 45th anniversary with $45,000 donation to Tongass National Forest appeared first on Angling International.
To mark their 45th year in business, Umpqua Feather Merchants has announced a donation of $45,000 toward preservation efforts in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest. Read more in the press release below. Umpqua Donates $45k to Tongass Initiative To celebrate Umpqua’s … more →
The Johnny Morris Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium, in Springfield, Montana, will be the location for the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame (BFHOF) 2019 induction ceremony on September 27. The venue, the creation of Bass Pro founder, Johnny Morris, houses the BFHOF Museum and this, the 16th induction ceremony, will be the second held […]The post KVD among 2018 class of Bass Hall of Fame inductees appeared first on Angling International.
From Denise Mercer – Willamette National Forest, McKenzie River Ranger District Blue River, OR (Aug. 21, 2018) — Fire officials are implementing an area closure order for the Terwilliger Fire for public and firefighter safety due to a combination of … Continue reading →
Svendsen Sport brand, Savage Gear Americas, has begun the task of building its sales team to spearhead the distribution of its products across North America. Following the company’s decision to terminate its US sales agreement with long-term partner, Okuma, and go it alone under the stewardship of Vice President, Magnus Gunnarsson, it has appointed Jay […]The post Savage Gear Americas appoints National Sales Manager appeared first on Angling International.