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Recent Fish Habitat News

Eagle Scout wins award with artificial fish habitat project

In the far Northwest suburbs, away from the fast paced city of Chicago, a 17 year old boy loves the outdoors and fishing. This outdoor lifestyle in our youth is alive and well in our Nation, thanks in part to The Boy Scouts of America. As our world changes at this alarming rate, Scouts continue to build boys [...]

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PLM Lake & Land Management Corp. Joins Fishiding to Improve Fish Habitat in 14 States

We are proud to announce another fine company and group of professionals to our growing dealership network. By offering their clients the latest and proven products available, they continue to grow throughout the eastern, south and midwestern states, by providing the best in lake, Land and Consulting advice and service.Take a look through their vast [...]

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Potash Tournament Benefits Fishery, as Well as Charity, Kids

Safehouse Habitat originally in B.A.S.S. Times, April 2014 issueTournament competitors dropped Fishiding "Safehouses" to improve habitat at Strom Thurmond Reservoir.Activist Angler note: Teaming with Fishiding, PotashCorp introduced a conservation component to its benefit tournament last year and plans to include it again this year. I hope that other tournament organizers will take note and follow the [...]

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“Fishing Tournaments that Produce more Fish”

“Fishing Tournaments that Produce more Fish”“Catch and Create” Habitat Improvement Tournaments by Fishiding.comCan you compete and still be on the same team? We all want improved fishing and habitat is the key. Think of how many Bass, Crappie and Walleye Tournaments are held on our Nation’s waters each year. If each event left some needed habitat in the lake when [...]

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Fish habitat could decline by 50% within the lifetime of a child born today

Report looks at effect of climate change on freshwaterBy Paul A. Smith of the Journal SentinelSept. 14, 2013America's coldwater fish habitat could decline by 50% within the lifetime of a child born today due to climate change, according to a report released last week by the National Wildlife Federation.The report, "Swimming Upstream: Freshwater Fish in [...]

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B.A.S.S./Shimano Youth Conservation Initiative To Help Fund B.A.S.S. Nation Stewardship Projects

By B.A.S.S. CommunicationsFEB 20, 2014BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Two key players in the bass fishing world, Shimano and B.A.S.S., have joined forces to establish the B.A.S.S./Shimano Youth Conservation Initiative, benefitting fishery enhancement and youth education efforts by B.A.S.S. Nation chapters in the U.S. and Canada.“This is a great extension of Shimano’s long-standing natural resource stewardship philosophy [...]

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Fish forced into the ‘foraging arena’ when lakes lose their trees

As water levels drop and submerged trees rise above the waterline, some fish are forced into the "foraging arena" to face predatorsIn attempts to predict what climate change will mean for life in lakes, scientists have mainly focused on two things: the temperature of the water and the amount of oxygen dissolved in it.Jereme GaetaBut [...]

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DNR announces new grant program to improve aquatic habitat

he Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced its new Aquatic Habitat Grant Program that is focused on funding projects that protect intact and rehabilitate degraded aquatic habitat.This new $1 million grant program will emphasize protecting intact and rehabilitating degraded aquatic resources throughout the state; developing self-sustaining aquatic communities that provide for continuing recreational opportunities [...]

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Wild Rose Musky Habitat Study Delayed

Last fall at the Wild Rose State Fish Hatchery in Wild Rose, Wi, State WDNR Biologists, Supervisors and staff, eagerly awaited the start of a new pilot study, incorporating artificial habitat in rearing ponds with musky, walleye and other species. Multiple offices within the WDNR, jockeyed for position to decide just what to study first.WDNR [...]

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Wisconsin DNR installs Fishiding habitat in Wild Rose Hatchery

Wisconsin DNR Installs Artificial Habitat in Hatchery to Increase Growth/Survival of Musky AUG22 As the title states, Fisheries Biologists at the Wild Rose Hatchery in central Wisconsin, believe they can improve what they do best, raise lots of healthy fish for stocking. The problem lies with how many of these stocked fish will survive to adulthood once released in [...]

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