An award to help promote black bass conservation has been implemented by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDNR). The “Director’s Black Bass Conservation Award” will recognize tournament directors who exemplify conservation, providing the winner with “special recognition” and “eligibility to receive fishing supplies.”
“This award aims to educate, promote and recognize the importance of black bass conservation,” said biologist Joseph Love, who developed the new recognition program. “The best practices we are highlighting will improve the survival rate of fish released, and help assure the sport’s popularity in Maryland, now and well into the future.”
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