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Ladies tackled offshore fishing skills at the South Florida “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” University, August 21-23. Hosted by the nonprofit organization, the “No Yelling School of Fishing” offered a virtual classroom presentation, networking, skill practice and an optional charter fishing trip. Seminar replays are available for a donation of $30, where the viewer can see the speakers as well as valuable questions asked by the ladies. Activities launched Friday evening with a virtual meet-and-greet. On Saturday, Jeanne Towne presented Fishing…

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RBFF Logo Resized

Today the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation (RBFF) announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors. Ellen Bradley, National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) Chief Brand Officer and Bob Ziehmer Bass Pro Shops Senior Director of Conservation, will bring a wide range of expertise as RBFF pushes for its 60 in 60 goal. “With the challenges the boating and fishing community are facing right now, it’s important to bring the entire industry together under common goals and…

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Two Anglers Hold Large Walleye

“Social Distancing” to Devils Lake fishing guides is up close and personal while lifting a walleye in the net.  It’s arranging clients so they can easily watch their slip-bobbers.  And, high-fiving when they catch any of the lake’s popular summer-time species: walleyes, northern pike and white bass.   Life is returning to normal, with business about “even” right now compared to a year ago, according to Suzie Kenner, Devils Lake Tourism executive director.  “Travelers need to take the time to…

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Clean Drain Dry

Tucked between the Canadian border and Lake Superior sits Saint Louis County, Minnesota. This large county boasts more than 1,000 lakes, hundreds of miles of rivers, 169 boat launches, and one of the lowest rates of spread of aquatic invasive species in the state. With only 0.05% of lakes and rivers currently infested and only one new infestation in the last 4 years, Saint Louis County’s unique prevention model serves as an inspiration in the fight against aquatic invasive species. Each year…

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Capitol

By a vote of 73 to 25, the U.S. Senate today passed the Great American Outdoors Act, a landmark legislative package to fund access to and maintenance of the nation’s public lands. This final vote followed a week of procedural motions that continually garnered bipartisan support, culminating in today’s overwhelming approval. “In these incredibly challenging times, it’s heartening to see the U.S. Senate come together and overwhelmingly support something so integral to our economy and way of life – our…

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