FRABILL’S LIGHTWEIGHT RECON FLIP-OVER SHELTER GETS ENHANCEMENTS WELL BEYOND A FRESH NEW SKIN Plano, IL, (December 4, 2016) -Avid ice anglers know that dabbling a lure through one hole all day long rarely cuts it. Fish have tails and they’re not afraid to use them. The bite over here can suddenly turn into a better bite over there. And it often takes several moves per hour to make rather than break an outing. This was the principal reason the engineers…

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The Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015 continues to move through Congress, and the next stop is the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. The committee will likely vote on this important bill next week, and they need to hear directly from you how vital the various provisions are. If the bill is passed, there will be significant long-term benefits for recreational fishing access and fisheries conservation: • Protections that ensure traditional fishing tackle won’t be banned from the marketplace. •…

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Get The Drop On Winter Panfish By Chip Leer Walker, Minnesota, December 3, 2015 – The most productive ice anglers I know pay attention to the rate at which a lure falls through the water. A slower fall will entice more strikes, especially if fish are highly pressured by anglers or affected by weather. Actively feeding fish may hit fast-falling lures with abandon. But most of the time we’re faced with fish that aren’t super aggressive, and they need more…

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For Immediate Release Mary Jane Williamson, Communications Director, 703-519-9691, x227 Economic Contributions of Recreational Fishing by U.S. Congressional Districts Drilling down to each congressional district tells a specific story for congressional members Alexandria, VA – December 3, 2015 – We’ve all heard that a picture is worth a thousand words. And that all politics is local. To this end, the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) and Southwick Associates released a report, Economic Contributions of Recreational Fishing: U.S. Congressional Districts,…

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PRESS RELEASE:  Nov. 12, 2015 For immediate release to all media contact Donna Leonard Study Paints Portrait of the Occasional Angler; Access, Fishing Quality and Convenience Must Improve to Keep Them Coming Back Year After Year FERNANDINA BEACH, FL. – Young anglers, female anglers and fishermen in urban areas are most likely to go years without fishing regardless of where in the country they live, a follow-up report commissioned by the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has revealed. The report, developed…

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