It’s one of a kind in the nation! Check out this interview with Kaitlyn Barnhart, co-founder and national program director of The Mayfly Project. It’s a non-profit organization that mentors foster children through fly-fishing programs.
The National Park Service protects a wide array of bodies of water, including rivers, lakes, creeks, seashores. Nearly 200 of these sites welcome visitors to take part in recreational fishing. The Junior Ranger Angler program introduces kids and their families to the sport of fishing at many of these sites by offering hands-on instruction and lessons on topics such as local aquatic habitats, species of fish, fishing safety, and more.
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri – The rich tradition of hunting, target shooting and fishing will be on full display for National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 26, celebrating the conservation efforts of sportsmen and women everywhere. The annual event recognizes hunters and anglers for their decades-long leadership in funding wildlife and conservation efforts through self-imposed excise […]
After many hunting and fishing seasons spent perched in a camp chair or on a bucket, Sharenda Birts decides to treat herself to a nice outdoor chair. She puts the CHAMA Pursuit Chair through the paces, and tells us her opinion of the product in this gear review.
Women from various Florida regions united to learn fishing skills at the “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” (LLGF) Gulf Coast University, held at Bass Pro Shops in Fort Myers, Fla., from May 15 to 16, 2021.
As anglers, we are on the front lines of the fight against invasive species, and the first step in this fight is recognizing invasive species on sight, and knowing what to do when you have caught one. Here’s a shortlist of those culprits.