Recreational fishing industry is hopeful the policy will bring about much-needed on-the-water improvements.
Unfortunately, because some anglers toss their used baits into the water, they are collecting on the bottom of lakes and rivers. And that’s causing problems.
The RFS was intended to steer the U.S. towards a clean energy future, but it instead has yielded questionable results and unintended impacts.
Here are some of the top issues that have emerged recently that we at KeepAmericaFishing believe will be major attention-getters in 2015.
Another year has passed and I sit here and wonder: where did it go? And, more importantly – why didn’t I catch more fish?
Recreational fishing’s future is advanced in several key areas
Sportfishing industry is hopeful the legislation will result in tangible changes for the area’s economy.
The sportfishing industry supports the prohibiting of federal regulation of lead fishing tackle.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission approved a 25 percent striped bass harvest reduction for coastal states within one year.
The Gulf Council passed Amendment 40, dividing the recreational red snapper quota and diminishing recreational fishing opportunities.