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Kentucky’s Trophy Bass Program Opens for the Season

Department seeks angler donations to build a better bass fishery FRANKFORT, Ky. (March 6, 2017) — When Murray resident Austin Gruner caught an 8.2-ounce largemouth bass bulging with developing eggs from Kentucky Lake on Feb. 10, he didn’t keep it. Instead, Gruner took his trophy to Fisherman’s Headquarters in Benton, where employees held it for …

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BoatUS Foundation Grassroots Grants: New, Easier, “365-day Rolling” Application Announced

Funds for Boating Safety & Clean Boating Projects The BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water just made it easier for nonprofit organizations, community-based groups, boat clubs, angling and environmental organizations, USCG Auxiliary, or US Power Squadrons to apply for a Grassroots Grant. The BoatUS member-funded grant program provides local groups up to $10,000 …

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Can We Help Silver Lake?

I am no expert on Silver Lake. This article contains information I gathered from WDFW employees, long-time residents of the Silver Lake and Cowlitz County area, and fisher folk that have fished there for 40+ years. Thanks especially to Willie Nelson and Don Berry.   Silver Lake bass fishing is not what it used to …

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“The Federation” Continues its Expansion with the Hiring of Industry Veteran Tammy Cox

Ponca City, Okla. – October 1, 2013 – The Bass Federation’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Cartlidge, announced today the hiring of industry veteran, Tammy Cox, formerly of Pure Fishing.  Cox’s most recent experience was the longtime grassroots Marketing Manager for the Berkley product lines, among others. 

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