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Conservation

Conservation
As fishermen and hunters, we are the first to desire reasonable management of our natural resources. Join us as we explore the many ways we can make sure future generations can share the same love and access to the outdoors.
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On April 11, hundreds of concerned anglers and boaters will gather in Tallahassee to make our collective voices heard. Together we will meet with...
baseline results

Join California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Ocean Protection Council, and Ocean Science Trust to explore the State of the California South Coast. During the week...
lead ban

Today, on his first day on duty, Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke issued two secretarial orders which expand access to public lands and...
fish seasons

Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington set spring Chinook salmon seasons for the Columbia River Thursday during a joint state hearing in Vancouver, Wash. The...
canary rockfish

Starting in 2017, anglers will be allowed to retain canary rockfish for the first time in more than a decade. Canary rockfish was declared...
fish luiza

The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council has recently announced that the recreational harvest of Atlantic migratory group cobia (from Georgia to New York) closed...
sturgeon fishing

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) reminds anglers and divers that Jan. 31, 2017 is the due date for turning in steelhead,...
snapper fishing

A letter from the CCA The South Atlantic Fishery Management Council and staff are to be commended for proposing innovative measures for red snapper management...
biosphere reserve

On December 7, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto unexpectedly announced he was signing a series of decrees which included the establishment of the Pacific...
tide calendar

Coastal Conservation Association of California (CCA CAL) and Bill Varney announce that the 2017 Sportfishing Tide Calendar will be available at tackle stores, landings...
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Columbia River anglers in Washington can now catch and keep chinook salmon for three extra days, from September 16-18. Fishery managers announced that anglers...
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