Blog Posts

It’s time to pass the Modern Fish Act
By Wes Seigler, Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 1, 2018

Don’t like the decision? Be part of the process
By Ed Killer, TC Palm, April 28, 2018

Eye on the Donut
By Glenn Law, Salt Water Sportsman, 4/19/18

Recreation and Regulation
By Mike Leonard, Guy Harvey Magazine, April 11, 2018

Support recreational fishing
By Michael Powell, Detroit News, April 9, 2018

There’s an Access Payoff for Reporting What Fish You Catch and Throw Back
By Brett Fitzgerald, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, March 30, 2018

Finally, Federal Fisheries Management for Us
By Chris Macaluso, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, March 7, 2018

Fishing for the Facts about the Modern Fish Act
By Chris Horton, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, February 27, 2018

Can Economists Improve Fishing?
By John Stillwagon, February 20, 2018

A Big Year for Florida
By Kellie Ralston, January 5, 2018

The Promise, and Peril, of Electronic Reporting for Anglers
By Mike Leonard, November 3, 2017

Sportsmen’s Act Update
By John Stillwagon, September 21, 2017

Pledge To Pitch It – FLW Tour
By Allen Luck, June 28, 2017

Soft Plastic Baits – Fact vs. Fiction
By John Stillwagon, May 11, 2017

Red Snapper and the Modern Fish Act
By John Stillwagon, May 10, 2017

The RFS is Broken. Let’s fix it.
By John Stillwagon, May 09, 2017

The Short Life of Director’s Order No. 219
By John Stillwagon, March 3, 2017

Pitch It Program Kicks Into High Gear
By John Stillwagon, March 2, 2017

2016 Year in Review
By John Stillwagon, January 4, 2017

10 Resolutions to Get You Fishing
By John Stillwagon, December 30, 2016

Christmas Trees for Improved Fish Habitat
By Allen Luck, December 29, 2016

REC Act = More and Better Fishing
By John Stillwagon, December 9, 2016

Election Watch 2016
By John Stillwagon, November 3, 2016

Illinois B.A.S.S. Nation breaks their own Pitch It record
By Liz Ogilvie, September 28, 2016

Will Camp for Fish
By Liz Ogilvie, June 16, 2016

A Worst Case Scenario for Salmon
By Melanie Sturm, April 19, 2016

Keep Florida Fishing Mobilizes to Fight No-Take Zones in Southeast Florida
By Gary Jennings, March 21, 2016

Don’t mess with success in fisheries management
By Aledia Hunt Tush, March 9, 2016

Illinois B.A.S.S. Nation is Breaking the Mold
By Liz Ogilvie, December 31, 2015

A holiday message from our Director
By Liz Ogilvie, November 24, 2015

Marine National Monuments should be open to fishermen
By Chris Megan, September 16, 2015

Reallocation of Red Snapper Means More Fish, For Every Sector
By Liz Ogilvie, August 12, 2015

Op-Ed – Correcting The Record On The Biscayne Marine Reserve
By Carl Liederman, July 19, 2015

The Importance of Playing Hookie
By Liz Ogilvie, June 24, 2015

It’s time to celebrate, and not just because it’s Friday!
By Gary Jennings, June 12, 2015

A Case Against Ethanol As Fuel
By Melanie Sturm, January 29, 2015

Another year has passed and I sit here and wonder: where did it go?
By Libby Yranski, December 31, 2014

What is the North American Model of Conservation?
By Melanie Sturm, December 5, 2014

Day 2 and 3 of the Gulf Council Meeting – the Final Vote
By Libby Yranski, October 23, 2014

Day 1 of the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council
By Libby Yranski, October 21, 2014

Legislative Process: How a Bill Becomes a Law
By Libby Yranski, September 18, 2014

Top Five Things You May Not Know We Do at KeepAmericaFishing
By KeepAmericaFishing Staff, September 5, 2014

Greetings, Advocates!
By Melanie Sturm, August 28, 2014

The Dirty 10-Letter Word
By Mike Leonard, May 15, 2014

A National Policy for Saltwater Recreational Fishing
By Mike Leonard, April 14, 2014

Talking Fish Policy in Miami
By Mike Leonard, February 25, 2014

Moving Beyond No-Fishing Zones
By Mike Leonard, December 11, 2013

Maine Starts Down the Treacherous, Emotional Slippery Slope of Bans and Restrictions
By Libby Yranski, December 3, 2013

Cars and Boats Fueled by Corn – Is this Back to the Future?
By Libby Yranski, October 30, 2013

Finally, a Fisheries Issue that Unites!
By Libby Yranski, September 27, 2013

A System In Peril
By Gordon Robertson, September 5, 2013

Fish, Congress And Nickelback
By Mike Leonard, August 9, 2013

Who Needs Tackle When Fish Can Jump Into The Boat?
By Libby Yranski, August 9, 2013