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America's Great Waters

WFN and America's Great Waters seek to inspire and educate anglers with stories about the continent's greatest natural resource: its rivers, lakes and streams. 

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5-Year Plan for Great Lakes Restoration

Posted September 25, 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency has released a new action plan that lays out steps that federal agencies will take to protect and restore the Great Lakes.

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Puget Sound Salmon

Posted September 24, 2014

The Puget Sound used to be an exceptional habitat for salmon. Salmon rely on the near-shore waters for migration, juvenile rearing, refuge, and feeding.

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Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass

Posted September 24, 2014

Striped bass are vital to the Chesapeake Bay food web because they are one of the top predators, controlling the populations of smaller fish.

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How Anglers can Help Conservation Efforts in the Everglades

Posted September 22, 2014

There are three big threats to the Everglades. Read all about them here and what you can do to help out!

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Great Falls Park

Posted September 17, 2014

Great Falls Park sits on the Potomac River 30 minutes north west of Washington, DC and features beautiful views of the falls just south of Conn Island.

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Sandy Point State Park

Posted September 17, 2014

Sandy Point State Park sits on the Northwestern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, just 10 minutes north of downtown Annapolis and right off Hwy 50.

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Elk Neck State Park

Posted September 10, 2014

This massive park features 2,188 acres of beaches, marshlands, and wooded bluffs located on the northern peninsula of Chesapeake Bay.

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Golden Gardens Park

Posted September 10, 2014

Golden Gardens Park was founded in 1907 as an attraction to induce people to take a “Sunday outing” on the new electric trolley lines being built.

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Chesapeake Bay Atlantic Sturgeon

Posted September 3, 2014

Once found throughout Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic sturgeon is now a very rare catch. In fact, the AMFC closed the east coast to sturgeon in June 1998.

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Deception Pass State Park

Posted September 3, 2014

Located on right at the mouth of Puget Sound the 4,134-acre Deception Pass State Park features over 100,000-feet of saltwater and freshwater shoreline.

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