ICAST Attendee List Warning

If you are unable to see the message or images below, click here to view   ICAST Attendee List Sales Scam Warning In recent days, you may have received one or more emails from various sources claiming to have the ICAST attendee list for purchase.Please don’t fall for this scam. Only ICAST staff and Experient, our official registration company, have access to the registration list.   No other company is authorized to distribute or sell any lists for the event.   ICAST cannot be held responsible for any interaction or sale with these fraudulent company(s).   If you are contacted by a company … Continue reading ICAST Attendee List Warning

ROFF’s Says Gulf of Mexico Looks Good for Summer Bluewater Action

Figure 1: This year’s Gulf of Mexico conditions were derived from a variety of infrared sensors to get SST from NASA, NOAA, and JPSS satellites during March 27-28, 2017. Main features and surface currents are labeled. By: Matthew A. Upton, Greg Gawlikowski and Mitchell A. Roffer Introduction We are providing an early spring analysis of the oceanographic conditions for the Gulf of Mexico region using a combination of satellite data including sea surface temperature (SST) and ocean color/chlorophyll images from late March 2017. We will discuss the overall ocean conditions for the current spring fishing season and how they may … Continue reading ROFF’s Says Gulf of Mexico Looks Good for Summer Bluewater Action

Secretary Zinke Accepts President Trump’s First-Quarter Presidential Salary as Donation for National Park Service

Date: April 3, 2017 Contact: Interior_Press@ios.doi.gov Secretary Zinke accepts President Trump’s first-quarter presidential salary as donation for National Park Service $78,333 to be put towards maintenance of historic battlefields WASHINGTON – Today, President Donald J. Trump donated his first quarter salary to the National Parks Service (NPS) to help fund the maintenance backlog in America’s historic battlefields. The donation, totaling $78,333, was accepted by Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Superintendent Tyrone Brandyburg at the daily White House Press briefing. “President Trump is dedicated to our veterans, our public lands, and keeping his promises, … Continue reading Secretary Zinke Accepts President Trump’s First-Quarter Presidential Salary as Donation for National Park Service

USCCA: Americans Voted To Protect the Second Amendment

USCCA: Americans Voted To Protect the Second Amendment In the wake of Tuesday’s election, pro-gun groups say voters sent a clear message once again that gun control is not a winning issue for politicians who seek to curb American’s Second Amendment freedoms. The race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shined a spotlight on the Supreme Court ruling in District of Columbia v Heller (2008) in particular and the Second Amendment in general. Clinton promised universal background checks, an “assault weapons” ban, a “high capacity” magazine ban, and numerous other gun controls. Trump promised to save the Second Amendment from … Continue reading USCCA: Americans Voted To Protect the Second Amendment

What To Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

› Dog Health › Nutrition What to Do if Your Dog Eats Chocolate  Chocolate is toxic to dogs and depending on the type and amount of chocolate consumed and the weight of your dog, it could cause a serious medical emergency. That said, if your dog ate a small amount of milk chocolate, you don’t necessarily need to panic. Learn how much is too much, which types of chocolate are the most dangerous, and what signs to look for that may signal your dog needs treatment Why Chocolate is Toxic to Dogs Chocolate contains both theobromine and caffeine, both which can … Continue reading What To Do If Your Dog Eats Chocolate

Help Fund our US Casting Team 6-19-2016

ACA Casting News Help fund the US Casting Team go to the World Championship in Flycasting in Estonia Dear Gary Engberg, Chris Korich, Donna O’Sullivan, Glenn McCormick and 12 yr-old daughter Maxine McCormick, will be representing the ACA and United States soon at the 2016 World Championships of Flycasting. The best flycasters from around the world will compete in 6 different events: – Trout accuracy – Trout distance – Seatrout distance – Salmon distance – Spey distance 15’1” – Spey distance 18’/16′ Click to view GoFundMe Campaign to fund the US Casting Team ACA and GGACC are Recognized 501(C)3 Charitable … Continue reading Help Fund our US Casting Team 6-19-2016

MEDIA EVENT: Delivery of Clean Power Plan Petition 7-8-2016

TOMORROW, MEDIA EVENT: Friday, July 22nd at 1:15 p.m. CONTACT: Ryan Billingham, Communications Director, Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, 608- 208-1129 or ryan@conservationvoters.org   MEDIA EVENT: Delivery of Clean Power Plan Petition Conservation advocates to deliver petition signatures to Senator Ron Johnson OSHKOSH, WI – As a scorching heat wave – known as a heat dome – moves over the country this week, it’s a perfect time to let Senator Ron Johnson know the heat is still on over his terrible record on climate protection, his refusal to accept the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, and his continued support … Continue reading MEDIA EVENT: Delivery of Clean Power Plan Petition 7-8-2016

Michigan DNR Applauds U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Northern Long-eared Bat Decision 1-23-2016

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced Wednesday a final rule designed to protect the northern long-eared bat – currently designated as a threatened species – during its most sensitive life stages. The rule, allowed under Section 4(d) of the Endangered Species Act, was designed to provide maximum benefit to the species while providing reasonable limits to regulations. “We welcome this biologically sound determination from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,” said DNR Director Bill Moritz. “Listing the bat as threatened with a 4(d) rule allows for proper protections while also providing needed flexibility for those who live and … Continue reading Michigan DNR Applauds U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Northern Long-eared Bat Decision 1-23-2016

Feinstein: ‘Guns On Display Everywhere’ Have People Buying Into ‘Kool-Aid’ of Better Protection 11-17-2015 12-6-2015

By Eric Scheiner | December 4, 2015 | 12:15 PM EST Senators Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) discuss gun control legislation on Thursday. (CNSNews.com) – Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) says, “guns on display everywhere” have created a society “that has kind of bought into the kool-aid that the more guns there are, the better protected you are.” Feinstein made the comments during a Democratic press conference Thursday pushing for new gun purchasing restrictions. “You have such a push to buy in gun magazines, in … Continue reading Feinstein: ‘Guns On Display Everywhere’ Have People Buying Into ‘Kool-Aid’ of Better Protection 11-17-2015 12-6-2015