Submitted by Ted Williams on Tue, 11/21/2006 - 09:56.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 20, 2006 Contacts: Tom MacKenzie, 404/679-7291 Liz Condie: 905-982-1096 Cell: 905-718-1034 http://www.operationmigration.org Eighteen whooping crane chicks have crossed into the Southeast region, continuing their journey to Florida
Anglers exceed Marylands striped bass quota by 60 percent; VA dedicates up to $150,000 to discover cause of fish kills; and moreSubmitted by Ted Williams on Tue, 10/31/2006 - 17:27.
From: Alliance for Chesapeake Bay News in Brief / By Staff and Wire Reports Anglers exceed Maryland's striped bass quota by 60% For the second straight year, Maryland's recreational anglers have exceeded their early season quota for striped bass,
Sporting groups nationwide vow to engage in fight to protect Bristol Bays fish and wildlife resourcesSubmitted by Ted Williams on Fri, 10/27/2006 - 07:32.
Sioux Falls, SD -- Sporting groups around the country are mobilizing to keep federal lands in Bristol Bay area closed to mining. While the State of Alaska reviews proposals for the massive Pebble Mine, the Alaska Bureau of Land Management just released its draft
- By: Ted Williams
It was a day of superlatives in a place of superlatives. I had thought I threw a long line until I watched the guy fishing with me--Steve Rajeff, who can cast farther than any other man on the planet [see: Ask FR&R July/October]. Together we eased down the clean gravel of the river that sustains the
Submitted by Ted Williams on Sat, 09/02/2006 - 12:19.
For Immediate Release Mary Jane Williamson, Communications director, [email protected], 703-519-9691, x227, http://www.asafishing.org/ Alexandria, VA - August 22, 2006 - The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) and eleven other conservation and