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The Future of Saltwater Recreational Fishing

Posted March 26, 2014 | Angling & Sport Fishing NewsConservation

Learn all about the future of saltwater recreational fishing in America, and the group that’s fighting to make it a bigger priority.

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Raise the River vs. Move the Ocean

Posted March 17, 2014 | Angling & Sport Fishing NewsConservation

Actors Robert Redford and Will Ferrell, along with Professional Surfer Kelly Slater, are lending their creativity and talent to support Raise The River, a campaign designed to help breathe life back into the Colorado River Delta.

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A Challenge for the Chesapeake

Posted March 14, 2014 | Conservation

What’s at stake: Cooperation and Restoration Efforts in the Chesapeake

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The National Fish Habitat Conservation Act

Find out more about the US Government’s plan to protect, restore and enhance the nation’s aquatic resources and fish habitat here.

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Asian Carp Reproduction In The Great Lakes Watershed

Posted December 9, 2013 | WFN Community

WFN Ambassador Rachel Moffat discusses Asian Carp reproduction. Asian Carp were recently found in the Great Lakes watershed.

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Return of the Florida red tide

Posted November 19, 2013 | Angling & Sport Fishing NewsConservation

Find out more about what causes a Florida red tide, and what steps you can take to fish safely during a bloom.

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Hurricane Sandy: One Year Later

Where were you when Hurricane Sandy hit, and are you prepared for the next big storm?

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Asian Carp Invade the Great Lakes

Posted October 30, 2013 | Angling & Sport Fishing NewsConservationWFN TV

Researchers have found invasive carp species in a tributary belonging to the Great Lakes watershed. This is bad news for the Great Lakes. Get the story here.

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Everglades Eco-Tours: Matt Heinritz, Kayak Bay Outfitters

Posted September 26, 2013

“People aren’t always initially interested in some of the less ‘sexy’ aspects of our marine environment, for instance sea grass, but when we’re able to connect its functions to the wider ecosystem it becomes a lot more appealing.”

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How To Help The NY-NJ Harbor: Lilo Stainton, NY-NJ Harbor Coalition

Posted September 16, 2013

“Support from anglers can have a tremendous impact on government officials at all levels.”

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