Gulf anglers release list of priorities and key sportfishing projects for oil spill funds, which includes fisheries conservation and management, expanded public access, and restoration of Gulf Coast economies.

Gulf anglers release list of priorities and key sportfishing projects for oil spill funds, which includes fisheries conservation and management, expanded public access, and restoration of Gulf Coast economies. Photo courtesy of Chris Macaluso. Learn more about this wish list. »

We just returned from our fourth annual Saltwater Media Summit in Florida.

We just returned from our fourth annual Saltwater Media Summit in Florida. Photo by Dusan Smetana. Check out our full coverage of the 2014 Saltwater Media Summit. »

The BLM's

The BLM's "Planning 2.0" is an opportunity to create a public lands planning approach that directly benefits Western hunters and anglers and fish and wildlife populations. Photo by Joel Webster. Speak up for improved public lands management »

Leading sportsmen's groups release a report calling for full funding of Land and Water Conservation Fund, a key tool for conserving fish and wildlife and improving sportsmen's access.

Leading sportsmen's groups release a report calling for full funding of Land and Water Conservation Fund, a key tool for conserving fish and wildlife and improving sportsmen's access. Photo by Dusan Smetana. Read our announcement of the LWCF report »

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Have you signed up for Amazon Smile yet? Photo by Dusan Smetana. Sign Up Here »

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