Alexandria, VA – October 17, 2008 – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NFMS) announced in the October 17, 2008, Federal Register that the requirements set by Executive Order 13449 which established striped bass and red
John Pappalardo, Chairman
New England Fishery Management Council
50 Water Street, Mill #2
Newburyport, MA 01950
October 7, 2008
Dear Mr. Pappalardo,
Since October 1 I have been fishing in the Closed Area I Hook Gear Haddock SAP (CAI
SAP). During my last trip (October
Sportsmen’s group supports responsible fish and game management in its challenge of
federal resource management plan and energy lease sale
WASHINGTON – With its goal the responsible development of public-lands energy resources, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
- By: Ted Williams
The biodiversity of unique trout and the fight to save these fish.
DURHAM, N.H. -- New Hampshire Fish and Game's Marine Fisheries Division today announced that commercial harvesters will be prohibited from landing Atlantic herring from Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission Management Area 1A (located in the western half of the Gulf of Maine) from 12:01 a.m.
by Capt. John McMurray
If you’re an avid striper guy (my guess is you are if you are reading this) then by now I’ll bet you’ve seen the ASMFC press release regarding the new reference points for the striped bass fishery. If not, you can find it here: http://reel-time.com/forum/showthread.php?t=64183
Washington, DC, August 22, 2008 − Today the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s (ASMFC) Horseshoe Crab Management Board once again failed to take the necessary action of approving a moratorium on horseshoe crab fishing in key states. In doing so, they acquiesced to the short-term
Roadless matter has become more about politics, less about the issue
CHEYENNE, Wyo.—Judge Clarence Brimmer’s Aug. 12 decision to once again suspend the protection of the country’s roadless lands is yet another volley in an unfortunate game of legal ping pong involving the management
The Forest Society raises $2.8 million for Connecticut River forest project, protecting more than six miles of river frontage, working forest and wildlife habitat.
- By: Paul Doiron