Louisiana Lawmakers Reject Bill to Create Pogie Boat Buffer Zone
Champions of sportfish populations, coastal habitat, and recreational fishing were disappointed by the failure to keep disruptive industrial menhaden harvest activity farther away from Louisiana beaches.
A Pivotal Decision Point Impacting Striped Bass
A fisheries management commission is considering adopting a new plan to guide striped bass management, and we are concerned.
More Atlantic Menhaden Will Help Rebuild the Iconic Striped Bass Fishery
Managers vote to reduce Atlantic menhaden quota by 10%
VA Cuts Menhaden Quota, But Omega Retains Dubious “Sustainable” Label
All the strikes against Omega’s claim of sustainability.
Three Ways You Can Help Improve Fishing Opportunities Today
For many of us, winter is closing in and our days on the water are numbered—make the most of the off-season by taking action for fish and clean water
Commission Holds Foreign Company Accountable for Breaking Rules in the Chesapeake Bay
Sporting groups hail decision to preserve striped bass nursery.
Omega Protein Breaks the Rules in Chesapeake Bay
Fishing groups call on Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and Department of Commerce to take immediate action.
Fight Against Atlantic Menhaden Certification Moves to Next Round
Sportfishing groups will argue case before an independent adjudicator.
Sportfishing Groups Call for Science-Based Management of Gulf Menhaden
Marine Stewardship Council takes an irresponsible approach to fishery certification.
Attack by Menhaden Industry Unites the Conservation Community
Conservationists fear that the fox could end up guarding the henhouse in menhaden certification process.
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CONSERVATION WORKS FOR AMERICA
As our nation rebounds from the COVID pandemic, policymakers are considering significant investments in infrastructure. Hunters and anglers see this as an opportunity to create jobs, restore habitat, and preserve fish and wildlife.Learn More