Conservation

Conservation Coalition Releases 2009 Policy Agenda

Partnership announces guideposts in drive to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish

WASHINGTON – The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) today released its 2009 Conservation Policy Agenda, which represents the consensus priorities of its wide-ranging partners.

CCA NY FINDS LICENSE PROPOSAL FATALLY FLAWED

NO ASSURANCE THAT MARINE RESOURCES WOULD BENEFIT

West Babylon, NY—Coastal Conservation Association New York (“CCA NY”) has long supported New York’s adoption of a properly-constituted recreational salt water fishing license. However, it does not support the licensing

State of Our Trout

State of Our Trout

By Ted Williams

Part I

All across our nation, but especially in the West, unique species and subspecies of trout are in desperate trouble. Remnant populations hang on mostly in headwaters where natural barriers protect them from competition, predation and introgression

Red Drum and Striped Bass Gamefish Status

Alexandria, VA – October 17, 2008 – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NFMS) announced in the October 17, 2008, Federal Register that the requirements set by Executive Order 13449 which established striped bass and red

Three Miles of Dead Stripers

John Pappalardo, Chairman
New England Fishery Management Council
50 Water Street, Mill #2
Newburyport, MA 01950

October 7, 2008

Dear Mr. Pappalardo,

Since October 1 I have been fishing in the Closed Area I Hook Gear Haddock SAP (CAI
SAP). During my last trip (October