Conservation

Reward offered for information about bald eagle shooting in eastern

Contacts: Ryan Noel, FWS, 615/736-5532 Scott Hollenbeck, TWRA, 800/831-1174 Tom MacKenzie, FWS, 404/679-7291 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency are investigating the shooting of a bald eagle that was discovered near

Water Withdrawals Threaten New England Streams

New Report Lays Out Policy Solutions Washington, D.C. - As the legislatures in the New England states prepare for their upcoming sessions, Trout Unlimited today issued a report that highlights a topic high on the legislative agendas: depletion of regional

Congress Passes Landmark Fisheries Law

Significant changes approved for U.S. fisheries management system Alexandria, VA - December 11, 2006 - In a last minute effort, Congress approved the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Sustainable Fisheries Act on December 9, 2007. The Act,

Striper Letter

Stripers Forever members - Yesterday, Stripers Forever mailed the following letter to nearly 50 Maryland policy makers. Recipients include the Governor, House and Senate leadership, Department of Natural Resources committee members, fisheries management officials,

Sport Fishing Industry Leaders Blast Pebble Mine Proposal

Full-Page Ads in Fish Alaska and Fly Fisherman Magazines Urge Governor-Elect Palin To Protect Bristol Bay Watershed CONTACTS: Tim Bristol, Trout Unlimited (907) 321-3291 Robert Ramsay, American Fly Fishing Trade Association, (706) 355-3804 Jim Bartschi, Scott

Cash in Hand for Wild Atlantic Salmon On the Horizon

Fredericton…The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) welcomes a one-time expenditure of $30 million announced by the Honourable Loyola Hearn, Fisheries and Oceans Canada in Fredericton that will benefit wild Atlantic salmon populations in the four Atlantic

Ultralight Migration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 20, 2006 Contacts: Tom MacKenzie, 404/679-7291 Liz Condie: 905-982-1096 Cell: 905-718-1034 http://www.operationmigration.org Eighteen whooping crane chicks have crossed into the Southeast region, continuing their journey to Florida

Anglers exceed Marylands striped bass quota by 60 percent; VA dedicates up to $150,000 to discover cause of fish kills; and more

From: Alliance for Chesapeake Bay News in Brief / By Staff and Wire Reports Anglers exceed Maryland's striped bass quota by 60% For the second straight year, Maryland's recreational anglers have exceeded their early season quota for striped bass,

Sporting groups nationwide vow to engage in fight to protect Bristol Bays fish and wildlife resources

Sioux Falls, SD -- Sporting groups around the country are mobilizing to keep federal lands in Bristol Bay area closed to mining. While the State of Alaska reviews proposals for the massive Pebble Mine, the Alaska Bureau of Land Management just released its draft

Pits in the Crown Jewels

  • By: Ted Williams

It was a day of superlatives in a place of superlatives. I had thought I threw a long line until I watched the guy fishing with me--Steve Rajeff, who can cast farther than any other man on the planet [see: Ask FR&R July/October]. Together we eased down the clean gravel of the river that sustains the