Proposal to Eradicate California’s Bass Population Withdrawn Petition pulled just days before California Fish and Wildlife Commission hearing Alexandria, VA – August 24, 2016 – The American Sportfishing Association (ASA), along with a coalition of … Read More
New Research on the Remarkable Binge-Eating Bull Trout
Think you eat a lot on Thanksgiving? Meet a real champion binge eater: the bull trout.
Gillnets in Lake Yellowstone: Can Conservationists Recover Cutthroat Trout in Our First National Park?
When lake trout arrived in Lake Yellowstone, it devastated a native fish and an ecosystem. On the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, can a heroic effort set things right?
Lawsuit Aims To Lower Columbia And Snake River Temperatures For Salmon
High river temperatures in recent years has lead to the death of more than a quarter million salmon in the Columbia River.
Marine Preserve Proposal Ignites Debate Over Fishing
Proposals to create a vast national marine preserve off the New England coast are generating a whirlpool of debate that's sucking in commercial fishermen, recreational anglers, environmentalists, multistate bureaucrats and politicians.
Roxanne Quimby transfers 87,000 acres planned for national monument to US government
The company owned by the family of Roxanne Quimby transferred more than 87,000 acres of land to the federal government on Tuesday, strongly indicating a North Woods national monument will soon be designated by President Barack Obama.