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Sportsmen Call On Lawmakers to Oppose Bad Water Bills

Opportunity to clarify protections for wetlands and headwater streams could be snatched away at the eleventh hour WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, the House of Representatives will vote on two pieces of legislation that could hinder the ability to protect coldwater fisheries, indispensable waterfowl habitat, and drinking water for one in three Americans.

Melissa Groo Audubon Grand Prize Winner

This just in from my friend Melissa Groo--an incredibly gifted and ethical wildlife photographer. Congrats Melissa and congrats to Audubon for getting this right!

Sportsmen Say Gardner-Stewart Sage-Grouse Bills Undermine Already Promising Results

Bills introduced yesterday call for an unprecedented and convoluted transfer of management WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sportsmen’s groups are deeply concerned with bills introduced in Congress yesterday that would give states the management authority over current or future sage-grouse restoration efforts, including those on federal lands.

People Who Avoid Jacks Don't Know What They're Missing

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Just finished two days of slugging it out with big jacks in back country of Sanibel Island beside and under bird-filled mangroves. Once porpoises came in and ate a few. This morning a fine and pleasant soreness. Thanks veteran guide Capt. Blake Matherly (239-671-5646). People who avoid these fish don’t know what they’re missing.