Thursday, April 23, 2009

Anglers Conservation Team

Are your fisheries' resources worth protecting? Do you want to improve fishing in your area?
If your answers are yes, then you'll want to join theBASS Angler Conservation Team (ACT) supported by Ramada Worldwide. ACT is a network of leisure anglers like you who volunteer to protect and enhance fish and wildlife habitats.
ACT members are invited to help fellow anglers, communities and natural resource managers with grassroots projects such as building and placing fish habitats in lakes, planting native aquatic vegetation, ensuring angler access to waterways and more.
The time and work is rewarding. Working hands-on with fisheries biologists and resource experts gives BASS Angler Conservation Team participants a unique look at how fish and wildlife are managed in the wild. In turn, you will have a deeper understanding and appreciation of our natural resources and our need to protect them.
BASS invites you to get involved. To volunteer your time for grassroots projects that protect and preserve the nation's waterways, sign up for ACT, the Angler Conservation Team, using the links below.
If you have not registered on the Bassmaster/ESPN Web sites,click here to become a free member and start enjoying exclusive content.
I would like to be a part of the BASS Angler Conservation Team (ACT), to receive conservation information and volunteer for grassroots fish and wildlife habitat projects. Click here to join ACT. 1998 Big Bass World Champ Life Member NAFC/B.A.S.S. PAA/Anglers Legacy/ACT

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

New Bass Fishing Forums Now Open!

New largemouth bass fishing forums for the northeast have now opened at
New contests, cash bass fishing tournaments, free tackle, writing contests, tips and tactics for largemouth bass, articles, and links to bass fishing videos, gallery photos, bassmaster classic and FLW tour insider photos, special tackle offers to members and much more. Stop by today and be one of the first 25 to register and win some free tackle from Yamamoto Baits and Reaction Innovations.