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2019 has roared in like a lion and with it has come an abundant amount of water and devastation across much of the Midwest. As important as water is to our fisheries mother nature reminds us that she has her own plan.  If you can please lend a hand or a dollar out to those members and friends that have been impacted by the devastating flooding, I’m sure it would be greatly appreciated. On the bright side, highwater means lots…

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Brain Bashore February 15, 2019 It’s been just over a month since our Annual conference and even though the attendance was down a bit this year, the experience, knowledge and time spent networking with friends old and new was worth every dime. I want to thank all of you that attended and took time away from your busy schedules to not only hone in on your professional skills but to share your knowledge with others. I would also like to…

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NPAA News for Immediate Release –January 28, 2019 The NPAA is Turning Ripples into Waves in 2019 Forestville, WI – The National Professional Anglers Association is wrapping up the first month of the new calendar year with some exciting news and announcements. Earlier this month the NPAA hosted its Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN where nearly 300 NPAA members and partners attended the event that included seminars from such well known anglers as Bassmaster Classic Champ Jordan Lee, and former…

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Congress Reauthorizes National Harmful Algal Bloom Program Bipartisan Legislation Addressing Harmful Algal Blooms heads to President’s Desk Alexandria, VA – December 21, 2018 – Yesterday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Harmful Algal Bloom and Hypoxia Research and Control Act (HABHRCA) of 2018. Last night’s vote was the final step toward sending the bipartisan legislation to the President’s desk. “This legislation is critically important to advancing the scientific understanding and ability to monitor and assess harmful algal blooms,” said…

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