Fishing Guide

The past fifteen months have created unprecedented challenges for people around the world. Here in the U.S.A., relief for most individuals and families struggling with the economic hardships of the coronavirus pandemic has been available in varying forms. Now, as vaccinations increase and restrictions loosen, governments at all levels face the sad challenge of undoing the financial disincentives they’ve created that are keeping some Americans from going back to work. Of course, many Americans never wanted to stop going to…

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Angler Weighing In Fish

The term “home field advantage” implies that a competitor gets a leg up on the competition by competing in familiar territory. In the Bassmaster Elite Series, that perceived advantage was historically considered more of a curse as anglers competing on their home waters were regularly bested by competitors from across the country. However, recent years have seen a few anglers win on their home lake. Humminbird® and Minn Kota® pro Wes Logan is the latest, after he captured his first Bassmaster…

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Bass Fishing HOF Logo

The Bass Fishing Hall of Fame will once again provide financial support to clubs, high school and college fishing teams affiliated with The Bass Federation and B.A.S.S Nation for conservation-related projects in 2021. Applications for the BFHOF grants are now available at https://aftco.com/pages/bass-fishing-hall-of-fame. This is all part of the Hall’s ongoing and expanding efforts to celebrate, preserve and promote the sport of bass fishing. “We look forward to playing a role in assisting with conservation projects spearheaded by bass anglers…

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Angler with Smallmouth Bass

As New Berlin, Wisconsin angler William “Bill” Schultz looks back over his life and athletic career, he doesn’t always focus on the victories themselves. Instead, he tends to remember the individual goals that led to those victories. “The process of setting goals and then putting in the effort to achieve them is what makes winning possible. This is how I approached my swimming career at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as my almost 50-year career in the sport of…

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Boat with invasive species

Yamaha Rightwaters and other leading conservation groups kicked off National Invasive Species Awareness week by signing a National Conservation Proclamation highlighting the importance of invasive species awareness and recognizing May 15 as National Clean Drain Dry® Day. “During the last year, millions of new boaters and anglers purchased boats, fishing licenses and equipment in search of safe outdoor activities. Educating this new audience about invasive species and the Clean Drain Dry® conservation practices is an important part of protecting marine…

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