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All about largies – Micropterus salmoides

The largemouth bass lives in all types of water, including swamps, streams, ponds, lakes, reservoirs, creeks and large rivers. [...]

May 4, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide, Wednesday Fish Facts

Rainbow Trout, the symbol of our environmental health

Fly fishing for Salmonidae is regarded by many as mechanical performance but to others a confirmation of living a better way life. [...]

April 17, 2018 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Gov. agencies can do great things

Habitat reconstruction will remove dams while alewives, Atlantic salmon, and brook trout will access thousands of acres of historic spawning habitat. [...]

November 20, 2017 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Atlantic salmon and two-legged migration

The Margaree has not been immune to the troubles. Recent measures of habitat restoration and mandated catch-and-release are helping. [...]

November 17, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

COE 1976 boondoggle dam to go down in TN

Removing dams restores connectivity. This dam removal reconnects two fish populations and once again breed a stronger genetic base [...]

August 9, 2017 RECENT, Slide

They’ll love visiting a fish hatchery

Think kids and you'll find that a visit to a fish hatchery is a conservation recruitment tool, painless learning and more fun than expected [...]

June 14, 2017 FEATURE STORY, Slide

Annual list of best bass fishing lakes

There's nothing close to bass fishing participation. The temperate basses, as they are known, produce, willingly, every enjoyment an angler seeks [...]

April 19, 2017 RECENT, Slide

Public Lands Series: Ruling startles law-abiding citizens, thrills anarchists

Accepting the lose of public land is to succumb to fools like the Bundy's and Deceivers like American Lands Council and American Legislative Exchange Council [...]

October 28, 2016 FEATURE STORY, Public Lands Series, Slide

News: Michigan’s extinct Arctic Grayling to be reintroduced

Arctic grayling may travel more than 100 miles in one year. Arctic Grayling can live up to 32 years and can weigh up to 5-pounds fully matured. [...]

June 20, 2016 FEATURE STORY, News, Slide

Conservation: Rarely have we seen compromise and cooperation fail – doing the right thing

Words sometimes end in actions. In most cases it is the action that is remembered. In Maine, the "dam" action will be remembered by millions of fish, thousands of anglers, and hundreds of new workers [...]

June 17, 2016 Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide