We had very difficult questions for the polygrapher to ask and pursue. We had the questions not only about the final Havasu Classic but the events qualifying for the Havasu Classic.
“Unbelieveable,” Iaconelli said after the weigh-in that determined they’d have a sudden-death fish-off for the first 14-inch bass. “My stomach is in knots. I want to throw up.”
I am like many other anglers… I’ve been fishing my whole life. Growing up in South Florida, I fished every chance I possibly could, off bridges and piers, in lakes, from shore and boats, whatever it took to wet a line.
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Feeding the NativesBass Angler Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Mark traded in the bass gear for a couple of days in Cabo. After hitting the road for some south of the border fishing, he gave the following report; To start our two days of fishing we were out on a beautiful 35-ft boat on emerald blue water. It […]
NAWCA has served as a cost-effective, match-based wetlands conservation program that generates $3.20 of non-federal dollars for every one dollar invested. Sutherland explained that “both the federal duck stamp and NAWCA provide ways to properly conserve wetlands across the country, making these programs an essential and related part of the way waterfowl habitat are protected and funded.”
Conserving habitat in the Prairie Pothole Region is one of DU’s top priorities, because the region plays a central role in sustaining healthy duck populations. The Dakota Grassland Conservation Area will conserve up to 240,000 acres of wetlands and 1.7 million acres of grasslands in the Dakotas through conservation easements. More than 800 landowners in North and South Dakota have expressed an interest in conservation easements with DU
nterior should immediately rescind this flawed MOA and work instead to establish a successful BDCP process that is transparent and based on parity, and that genuinely puts the restoration of the Bay-Delta and its fisheries, the needs of local communities, and the quality of local water resources on par with other water supply goals.”