Submitted by Ted Williams on Thu, 05/11/2006 - 07:34.
Just when the Recreational Fishing Alliance appeared to be bootstrapping itself toward respectability by voicing opposition to the proposed opening of the EEZ to striper exploitation it starts carping about saltwater licenses again. See my piece on saltwater
Submitted by Ted Williams on Thu, 05/11/2006 - 07:33.
From: The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership New Report Elevates Voice of Recreational Anglers in Magnuson-Stevens Act Debate Research Shows Economic Importance of Recreational Fishing; Also Proves Value of Saltwater License WASHINGTON A new
Submitted by Ted Williams on Tue, 05/09/2006 - 07:30.
Salmon of the St. Lawrence Lakes by Ted Williams "Landlocks" weren't always those slender, dainty fish that snatch Gray Ghosts from prop wash or bend alder reflections as they sip dry flies. The extinct races of Atlantic salmon that inhabited
Submitted by Ted Williams on Fri, 05/05/2006 - 06:37.
From the Recreational Fishing Alliance. Great to see them on the opposite side of an issue from the dead-on-the-dock guys for once. Congrats REC! Feds Threaten Future of Striped Bass Fishery For the past fifteen years there has been a moratorium on the harvest
Submitted by Ted Williams on Thu, 05/04/2006 - 06:48.
From American Rivers: Declaring 2005 Biological Opinion in Violation of Endangered Species Act Would Force Basin-wide Analysis of Impact of Snake River Dams on Salmon Recovery Portland, OR -- A coalition of fishing businesses and conservation groups today asked
Submitted by Ted Williams on Thu, 05/04/2006 - 06:47.
From The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership: Washington, DC Marine fisheries and the14 million anglers that cast into the oceans each year are depending on Congress to pass an improved Magnuson-Stevens Fisheries Conservation and Management
Submitted by Ted Williams on Sun, 04/30/2006 - 13:04.
The current crisis in the Moosehead region -- with the 14,000-member Sportsman's Alliance of Maine whooping it up for massive development of the Northern Forest by Plum Creek -- calls to mind the disturbing reaction to land conservation by some sportsmen
Submitted by Ted Williams on Sat, 04/29/2006 - 10:38.
In light of recent efforts by friends and colleagues in Maine to limit the stocking of splake, the following piece may be of interest. One particular point that should be noted: In the West splake are used to CONTROL overabundant, stunted, alien brook trout:
Submitted by Ted Williams on Fri, 04/28/2006 - 06:47.
Here are the remarks of Jon Lund -- avid and accomplished hunter and angler, Maine's former attorney general and publisher of New England's biggest outdoor periodical, the *Maine Sportsman* -- delivered to the board of the Sportsman's Alliance
Submitted by Ted Williams on Tue, 04/18/2006 - 10:42.
Science news from the American Fisheries Society Issue 2, April 2006 Welcome to the second edition of Fisheries Currents, a digest of newsmaking fisheries science articles from the journals of the American Fisheries Society. Each issue, highlighted articles