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After years of depletion, California's fish populations appear to be bouncing back. A study this month by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that hauls by fishing boats, which had been down as a result of years of overfishing,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe national outdoor magazine Field & Stream has recognized Doug Hutzell of Hagerstown as a Hero of Conservation for his restoration efforts on behalf of Beaver Creek as part of the Beaver Creek Watershed Association. On Saturday, Field & Stream will...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Asian carp are reproducing in more places and under more varied conditions than experts had believed they could, yet another reason to worry about the greedy invader's potential to infest waterways and crowd out native...
Lawrence W. "Larry" Simns Sr., a fourth-generation waterman and longtime advocate for the Chesapeake Bay and those who make their living from its waters, died Thursday of bone cancer at his Rock Hall home. He was 75. "Larry stood sentry for the...
FORT COLLINS, Colo.-An independent five-year review by members of the National Academies of Science has given the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Program (AgFF) the highest score for...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Known as the “Paddlefish Capital of the World,” Warsaw, Missouri, is a favorite area for many of Missouri’s approximately 16,000 sport paddlefish snaggers because of its location along the Osage River. Agents...
GLOUCESTER, Mass. (AP) — His city's best fishing days are long past it, but lifelong Gloucester resident Ron Gilson still sees what once was when he drives past what remains. There's the waterfront lot, littered with discarded fishing nets and...
Hunters across the Commonwealth are casting a wary eye toward Harrisburg on Tuesday. The Senate Game & Fisheries Committee is considering several bills that could have significant impact for hunting in the state. The most controversial is SB 597,...
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Aberdeen - The Great Plains Outdoorsmen had an outstanding fundraising banquet on Feb. 7 in Aberdeen. Thanks to the generous support of hundreds of contributors, the GPO is now ready to award financial grants to organizations that sponsor youth programs...
The California fishing industry appears to be on the upswing. After overfishing and conservation efforts limited the catch for fishermen in recent years, those who ply the seas are now enjoying bigger hauls and raking in more profits, according to the...
Can we eat our way to sustainability? That's a question that Daniel Pauly, a preeminent fisheries scientist at the University of British Columbia in Canada, has asked for years. He's suspicious of the long-term viability of the strategy behind Eco-...
Even before the Civil War, Hampton's busy waterfront boasted many free blacks who made their living as pilots, fishermen and boatmen. Living side by side with whites who worked in the same maritime trades, they included such figures as Revolutionary War...
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