Here’s the testimony of Maine’s most active and energetic brook-trout advocate on a proposed law to protect wild brook trout: Adding Waters to the Heritage List Hello members of the JSC, My … Read More
Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Responds to House Public Lands Resolution
Following todayâs introduction of a bipartisan resolution affirming the value of Americaâs public lands, BHA President, CEO Land Tawney offered a response:
2-for-1? Sounds Good, But Don't Take the Bait - Marine Fish Conservation Network
How the Administration’s Actions Could Affect our Fisheries Top Photo: Arizona Aubrey with a Tillamook Bay sturgeon We’ve all been victims of regulation, and when President Trump rolled out his “1 new regulation in, 2 old ones out” executive order, I wasn’t sure that was such a bad idea. But then I got educated. In …
Md. Senate OKs moratorium on Bow-Shooting cownose rays
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - The Maryland Senate has approved a two-season moratorium on fishing for cownose rays in contests, pending a study by a state agency.
WHAT FISHERMEN DON'T (WANT TO) UNDERSTAND ABOUT SURVEYS
The National Marine Fisheries Service’s decision to reducethis year’s annual catch limit for summer flounder by 30% was met with howls of dismay from elements of both the commercial and recreational fisheries.
Off target - Boulder Weekly
On Dec. 14, 2016, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Commission unanimously approved two separate management plans for determining the degree to which predation by mountain lions and black bears affects mule deer populations in Colorado. To do so, the Piceance Basin and Upper Arkansas River Predator Management Plans both call for the killing of