Most anglers across the country have seen the blooms of blue-green algae that look like guacamole on the water. The official name for these outbreaks is Harmful Algal Blooms – “HABs” for short – and they are occurring with increasing regularity in parts of the country you might not expect. South Florida has experienced multiple blue-green algae blooms in the last couple of years. These blooms could be fueling the current red tide outbreak that has killed thousands of tons of…

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American Sportfishing Association Appoints New Officers Sportfishing industry appoints executive committee and ex-officio members Alexandria, VA – October 16, 2018 – The American Sportfishing Association(ASA) appointed a new Executive Committee as well as ex-officio members to the board of directors during the 2018 Sportfishing Summit, the recreational fishing industry’s annual business meeting held October 9-12, just outside Charleston, S.C. This annual fall business meeting brought together more than 200 fishing and boating industry and community leaders to provide a venue to…

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A peek at the helm of Skarlis’ winning warship     Raymarine Pro Tommy Skarlis, Partner Jeff Lahr Win Cabela’s MWC World Walleye Championship     Iowa pro and partner take first for second consecutive year, fellow Raymarine pro Larry Rhoads II and partner Dan Johnson finish second   Escanaba, Michigan (October 11, 2018): This past weekend, Denver, Iowa-based walleye pro Tommy Skarlis and partner Jeff Lahr fought brutal winds and cold to place first for the second consecutive year at the…

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American Sportfishing Association Appoints New Officers Sportfishing industry appoints executive committee and ex-officio members Alexandria, VA – October 16, 2018 – The American Sportfishing Association(ASA) appointed a new Executive Committee as well as ex-officio members to the board of directors during the 2018 Sportfishing Summit, the recreational fishing industry’s annual business meeting held October 9-12, just outside Charleston, S.C. This annual fall business meeting brought together more than 200 fishing and boating industry and community leaders to provide a venue to…

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Keep Florida Fishing Applauds Congressional Passage of America’s Water Infrastructure Act Important Everglades Restoration Legislation Moves to the President’s Desk Alexandria, VA – October 10, 2018 – Keep Florida Fishing®, (KFF) an advocacy arm of the American Sportfishing Association, today praised the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives for passage of the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (S. 3021). The Act, which incorporates the biennial Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), includes authorization of the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) Storage…

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