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If the weather on Elimination Day 2 of the Jack Link's Major League Fishing Challenge Cup presented by Busch Beer at Lake Amistad was considered uncomfortable, then conditions on Day 3 were nearly unfishable. Stories

McClelland Goes Wire to Wire

by Dan O'Sullivan, Major League Fishing

If the weather on Elimination Day 2 of the Jack Link's Major League Fishing Challenge Cup...

This is certainly a record-setting year for fish. Or actually, for fishermen catching big fish. This time it's a HUGE REDEAR out of Lake Havasu that is a likely contender for a world record. Stories

May 4 Fishing Report from Arizona Game and Fish Dept

This is certainly a record-setting year for fish. Or actually, for fishermen catching big...

Ohioans are encouraged to take advantage of Stories

May 1 and 2 are Ohio's Free Fishing Days

Ohioans are encouraged to take advantage of "Free Fishing Days" on May 1 and 2 and experience...

The National Wildlife Refuge System's 174 coastal refuges (including those along the Great Lakes) offer some great places to... Stories

Marine Debris Challenges National Wildlife Refuge System

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

The National Wildlife Refuge System's 174 coastal refuges (including those along the Great...

Wild elk haven't roamed the Maryland countryside in over a century, but the species remains an inspiration to the state's Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation members. These devoted conservationists raise money to ensure the future of elk in other states-and fund public education efforts at home. Stories

Maryland Events, Projects Draw Elk Foundation Grants

Wild elk haven't roamed the Maryland countryside in over a century, but the species remains an...

Stone had been scheduled to compete in MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING events. But Stone said today that he has re-evaluated his options with MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING and chosen to take on the analyst role. Stories

Marty Stone Named MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING Television Analyst

by Major League Fishing Communications

Stone had been scheduled to compete in MAJOR LEAGUE FISHING events. But Stone said today that...

Pro angler and Bainbridge, Georgia, resident Pam Martin-Wells brought a five fish limit to the scales at Fisherman's Headquarters in Draffenville, Kentucky, to take a slim .04-ounce lead in the inaugural Lady Bass Anglers Association 2011 Lady Bass Classic. Stories

Martin-Wells Holds Precarious Lead at 2011 LBAA Lady Bass Classic

Pro angler and Bainbridge, Georgia, resident Pam Martin-Wells brought a five fish limit to the...

Pro angler Pam Martin-Wells will get to add another entry into her life resume as she earned a hard earned, run away victory in the inaugural Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) 2011 Lady Bass Classic on Kentucky Lake. Stories

Martin-Wells Goes Wire-to-Wire at Inaugural LBAA Lady Bass Classic

Pro angler Pam Martin-Wells will get to add another entry into her life resume as she earned a...

The story lines for day two of the Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) 2011 Lady Bass Classic are more short fish, smaller keeper bass, fewer keeper bass, and Pam Martin-Wells continues leading on Kentucky Lake. Stories

Martin-Wells Continues to Lead 2011 Lady Bass Classic

The story lines for day two of the Lady Bass Anglers Association (LBAA) 2011 Lady Bass Classic...

National Guard pro Scott Martin of Clewiston, Fla., crossed the stage with a five-bass limit weighing 16 pounds, 1 ounce to lead day three of the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Ouachita. Stories

Martin Regains Lead at Day 3 Forrest Wood Cup

by FLW Outdoors

National Guard pro Scott Martin of Clewiston, Fla., crossed the stage with a five-bass limit...

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