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Modern Fish Act Advocacy Toolkit One of the association’s main priorities is to see the Modern Fish Act become law. This bipartisan bill will make long-overdue changes to improve federal marine recreational fisheries management. We need our entire industry to stand behind it and promote it to the recreational fishing public. Our partner in this legislative effort, the Center for Sportfishing Policy, has developed a suite of digital tools that you can use on your websites and social media to bring awareness of…

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For over a year, we’ve been updating you about the Modern Fish Act. The time for decisive action is finally here. Dear ASA Member, For over a year, we’ve been updating you about the Modern Fish Act. The time for decisive action is finally here. Next week, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on a broad marine fisheries bill, H.R. 200, which contains the Modern Fish Act. This bipartisan bill will make long-overdue changes to improve federal marine recreational…

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Yamaha Pros Brett King and Joe Okada Take First and Second Place During Cabela’s® National Walleye Tour Event on Saginaw Bay BAY CITY, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)-Yamaha Pros Brett King and Joe Okada took first and second place during the second event of the 2018 Cabela’s® National Walleye Tour last Friday, June 15, on Saginaw Bay in Michigan. During the two-day tournament, King brought in 10 walleyes weighing nearly 50 pounds, to capture the win. Okada brought in a two-day total of…

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Next week, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on H.R. 200, a bill aimed at improving federal marine fisheries management.   NOW IS THE TIME Next week, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on H.R. 200, a bill aimed at improving federal marine fisheries management. For over a year, we’ve been singing the praises of the Modern Fish Act. The good news is that H.R. 200 includes the language from that important legislation. Your Representative will be casting…

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Reminder: DNR invites public to serve on council to help boost hunter, angler numbers Efforts to increase the number of hunters and anglers in Minnesota will gain new focus with advice from a 15-member council that the Department of Natural Resources is establishing to zero in on hunter and angler recruitment, retention and reactivation (R3). Citizens can nominate themselves through Friday, June 22, to serve on the 10 open seats of the council, for two year terms, with meetings scheduled…

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