Information on Conservation for the Sportsman
U.S. MAY BE NEXT FOR BLUEFIN CLOSURE
As recent as the 18th of July, NOAA has submitted a notice to the Federal Register that petitions for the prohibition of Pacific bluefin tuna in U.S. waters.
BAHAMAS BLUEFIN: GOING BACK IN HISTORY
BD's Ali Hussainy recounts his first hand experience of Costa's rebirth of the Cat Cay Tuna Tournament and the teams chasing giant bluefin across the banks in the Bahamas.
MEXICO CLOSES BLUEFIN TUNA
A sudden and surprising move by the Mexican government, the retention of bluefin tuna in Mexican water is closed for the remainder of 2014.
FISH STOCKING BY AIRPLANE - UTAH’S MOUNTAIN LAKES
Well here is a cool clip of some high-flying fish stocking in the mountain lakes of Utah.
WHITE SEABASS BEST FISHING PRACTICES
PIER is dedicated to the advancement of sustainable fisheries management through applied research and public education. This is a great article on how to handle seabass that you plan to release.
THE DIRTY 10-LETTER WORD
Here is some insight from ASA's Mike Leonard into the current tactics being taken by the commercial industry to protect their status quo in the division of fisheries resources.
COSTA BRINGS BACK THE CAT CAY TUNA TOURNAMENT
Once famous, the Cat Cay Tuna Tournament is being revived from a 24-year slumber. Costa and the Merritt family are putting a spotlight back on this fishery to revive the sport and the islands.
I.G.F.A. 2014 WEST COAST MEMBERSHIP DRIVE A WINNER
The IGFA membership drive was a success and thanks goes out to the many volunteers who made it happen.
TALKING FISH POLICY IN MIAMI
Mike Leonard brings us up to date on the latest efforts of the ASA and the sportfishing community to give recreational fisheries a fair shake in policy changes to the Magnuson-Stevens reauthorization that is coming up.
WHAT MAKES A QUALITY DEER?
Hardcore's Derrek Sigler talks about the traits of a quality deer and how to draw them.