National Headquarters of the United Striped Bass -2- Game Fish Association
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Yesterday we attempted to present a proposal. The results of this proposal were very well received. Out of 1,100 hits 4 people did not like it or simply...
Below and attached is a sample letter representingthe Coalition
for Recreational Fishing recommendations for Striped
Bass Management Changes. The sample letter is to Mike Waine of
ASMFC. Cut and paste will help you to create
additional individual letters to ASMFC Commissioners...
A change in striper limits proposed
BY JESSICA RICHARDSON
POTTSBORO — The new year could bring a statewide striped bass regulation change if the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission votes in favor of doubling the possession limit.
Bruce Hysmith, TPWD fisheries biologist...
DEC. 6 PUBLIC HEARING ON LOBSTER TRAP LIMIT PROPOSAL
CONCORD, N.H. -- A proposal to limit future limited commercial lobster licenses to 100 traps will be discussed at a public hearing on December 6 at 7 p.m. at the Urban Forestry Center at 45 Elwyn Road in Portsmouth.
The change would affect...
The cuts just keep on comin'
Weakfish proposal just one more attempt to push recreational anglers off the water
Published in the Asbury Park Press 09/23/05
It has been about 10 years since a high-ranking National Marine Fisheries Service official said publicly that what U.S. fisheries needed...
Anglers looking to catch alewife and gizzard shad to use as bait for striped bass at Lake Arthur in Butler County may soon have a new tool at their disposal.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission has given preliminary approval to a proposal that would allow individuals -- with a...
As for Georgia and the striped bass plan, the Wildlife Resources Division, which has been stocking hybrid bass in the major and smaller lakes of the Altamaha River Basin, is now considering the reestablishment of the native striper population.
The lakes, which are actually...
A proposal to remove the size limit for striped bass in the summer in Lake Norman will come before the public in statewide hearings beginning Tuesday January 11th 2005. The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission hearings will center on proposed changes to fishing and hunting rules.
The reason for...