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Tippets: Yellowstone National Park Bans Felt Soles, Florida’s Coastal Collapse, Donlin Gold Mine Proposed in Alaska
Concern over invasive species has led Yellowstone National Park to ban the use of felt sole wading boots. Inspection of watercraft will also be available. Via U.S. News and World Report. Coastal Florida ecosystems are collapsing, threatening sea grass, fisheries, recreation … more →
News Industrial harvesters try to pry into conservation zone, again. Industrial harvesters try to pry into conservation zone, again.
News Schedule your boating safety course today to be prepared for the upcoming season. Spring Aboard Week helps boaters prepare for the upcoming season. Use these resources to schedule your course today.
News Anglers are sharply divided on the benefits of fishing regulations. Where do you stand? Abolishing all fishing laws would be counterproductive; rather, we should work to make them better.
News A U.S. Senate committee has overwhelmingly approved the Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Act of 2017 with bipartisan support. A U.S. Senate committee has overwhelmingly approved the Modernizing Recreational Fisheries Act of 2017 with bipartisan support.
News FECOP, a Costa Rica sport-fishing advocacy and conservation organization, has announced an unprecedented study to unlock secrets of Atlantic tarpon now living in the Pacific. With increasing frequency, Costa Rica anglers are encountering tarpon in the Pacific. Did they all come from the Atlantic via the canal or are they reproducing in…
News Take just minutes to save thousands of juvenile swordfish as well as marlin and sailfish off the coast of Florida Your action can help dissuade federal fishery managers from allowing exempted fishing permits for longliners.
News A bluefin tuna estimated at 600 pounds has been caught and released in shallow water off Islamorada A group of day charter anglers on the Kalex expecting king mackerel ended up releasing a 600-pound bluefin tuna.
News Commemorating more than 50 years of offering top-notch tackle to U.S. anglers, Shimano will make major financial contributions to habitat and advocacy efforts. Commemorating more than 50 years of offering top-notch tackle to U.S. anglers, Shimano will make major financial contributions to habitat and advocacy efforts.
News Act now to support bay catch cap for this key forage species. Fisheries managers meet February 8 to vote on Atlantic menhaden issues, including a catch cap. Join other anglers and register your opinion.