Information on Conservation for the Sportsman

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Jan202015

Q AND A WITH CDFW JAN. 20

CDFW veteran Carrie Wilson sheds light on the gray areas in her Q and A columns.

By: CARRIE WILSON
Jan082015

Q AND A WITH CDFW

CDFW veteran and all round outdoor enthusiasts, Carrie Wilson fields questions from sportsman about the intricacies of wildlife related laws and ethics.

By: CARRIE WILSON
Dec192014

FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 101 - SPINY LOBSTER FMP

BD's Erik Landesfeind gives an explanation of the protocol involved in creating a fisheries management plan.

By: ERIK LANDESFEIND
Dec092014

COSTA'S GIVE THE GIFT OF FISHING

Costa is taking us back to our roots and offering a reward for passing on the gift of fishing. Take the Pledge and be entered to win.

By: BD STAFF
Nov192014

LION'S SHARE OF LIONFISH

Wow, this recent video from the waters off Pensacola, Florida leaves no question that lionfish are here to stay. Still it is our duty to eat as many as we can to limit this invader from foreign waters.

By: BD STAFF
Nov062014

CALIFORNIA SCORPIONFISH OR SCULPIN SET TO CLOSE

The CDFW has determined the quota for sculpin is going to be met early, so they are closing the take of them on Nov. 15th.

By: BD STAFF
Oct302014

EVERY HALIBUT COUNTS

Halibut are an Alaskan mainstay and to ensure they stay plentiful, an educational campaign has started to help anglers ensure the survival of the halibut they choose to release.

By: BD STAFF
Oct132014

SPERM WHALES OFF DANA POINT

An amazing video of sperm whales found off Dana Point recently and filmed with the drone from Dana Wharf Whale Watching.

By: BD STAFF
Aug212014

SHARK ENCOUNTER - GREG JACOSKI

Shark encounters are part of Greg Jacoski's job. He is the Director of Operations at the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation. He and Dr. Guy Harvey work hand in hand tagging sharks around the world.

By: BD STAFF
Aug152014

MAKO SHARK MAKES EPIC JOURNEY

Scientist supported by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, AFTCO Inc. and many other entities are tracking pelagic sharks and gamefish. Technology is allowing new insights into just how far many species travel the oceans.

By: BD STAFF
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