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Catfish Season Kicks Off at Neighborhood Fishing Lakes
AUSTIN – It’s officially catfish stocking season in Texas, and thanks to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Neighborhood Fishin’ program families won’t have to travel outside of the city to catch them. TPWD began stocking thousands of catchable-sized channel catfish in 18 Neighborhood Fishin’ lakes across the state April 21. The lakes are located […]

Vermont Steelhead Rainbow Trout Runs Are Happening
MONTPELIER, Vt. – One of the state’s premier wildlife watching opportunities is happening right now in Vermont. The steelhead rainbow trout have started their upstream migration, leaping up waterfalls in a spectacular display of determination on their way to their spawning grounds. The best place to spot steelhead is at Willoughby Falls just outside downtown […]

California General Trout Season Opens April 29
The general trout opener in many counties throughout California will commence on Saturday, April 29, one hour before sunrise. Because of the popularity of this annual event with the angling public, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is making every effort to stock trout in all accessible waters approved for planting prior to […]

ODFW seeks comment on two fish passage exemptions
SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is seeking public comment on two requests to exempt from fish passage requirements at two independent locations, one on an unnamed tributary to W FK Coyote Creek in Lane County and the second on an unnamed tributary to Quedo Creek in Josephine County. Comments […]

Gulf greater amberjack state waters to close April 22
At its April 20 meeting in Tallahassee, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved closing Gulf state waters to recreational harvest of greater amberjack for the remainder of 2017, starting April 22. This is consistent with the amberjack closure in Gulf federal waters that went into effect March 24, 2017. Both state and […]

Lionfish and king mackerel among marine topics discussed by FWC
At its April meeting in Tallahassee, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) discussed exciting new lionfish removal incentive opportunities and also approved management changes to the king mackerel fishery. 2017 Lionfish Challenge FWC staff gave a report to the Commission reviewing the successes and lessons learned from the 2016 lionfish removal incentive programs […]

FWC approves 78-day recreational red snapper 2017 season
At its April meeting in Tallahassee, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) set the 2017 Gulf state waters recreational red snapper season. The 78-day Gulf recreational red snapper season will be as follows: Open Saturdays and Sundays in May starting the first Saturday in May. Open daily starting the Saturday before Memorial Day […]

Hells Canyon Chinook season opens April 22
Enterprise, Ore. – Spring Chinook season will open in Hells Canyon on April 22 from the Dug Bar boat ramp to the boundary below Hells Canyon Dam. Snake River spring Chinook are currently making their way up the Columbia River headed for Hells Canyon. “While we don’t expect these fish to arrive for a few […]

Free Fishing Day in New Hampshire Saturday, June 3
CONCORD, N.H. — Take advantage of New Hampshire’s Free Fishing Day, Saturday, June 3, 2017. On Free Fishing Day, you can fish anywhere in New Hampshire — freshwater or saltwater — without a fishing license. Plan to get out and enjoy the day fishing with your family and friends. Both state residents and nonresidents may […]

Bathymetric Maps Help Kansas Anglers
PRATT – What’s a bathymetric map, you ask? Bathymetry is the study of underwater depth of lake or ocean floors. So, it’s really a topographical map of the lake’s floor, and those maps have traditionally only been available for our larger reservoirs. However, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) fisheries biologists have been […]

DNR investigating citizen reports of dead fish in Lake St. Clair
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is investigating several fish mortalities – particularly of gizzard shad – that have been reported by citizens around Lake St. Clair. A number of samples have been collected to determine the cause. Some of the fish may have been affected by viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSv), a very contagious […]

New Hampshire Coastal Lobster Trap Cleanup Set for April 29
DURHAM, NH — If you’re out for a walk on New Hampshire’s beaches on Saturday, April 29, 2017, you may see more activity than usual. Commercial fishermen and others will be out that day collecting lobster traps and other fishing gear that winter storms have washed up on the beaches and shoreline. All individuals with […]

Free Fishing Weekend festivities include event at Trojan Ponds
CLACKAMAS, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a free family fishing event at Trojan Pond on Saturday, April 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Designed for kids and their families to learn about fishing, ODFW and will provide everything a family needs to catch hard-fighting rainbow trout, including the […]

Numerous fishing opportunities throughout Michigan
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced it is in the middle of its new fish stocking season. This spring you’ll find DNR fish stocking trucks releasing their prized recreational cargo at hundreds of lakes and streams throughout the state. Fish stocking is a valuable tool used by fisheries managers to restore, enhance and […]

ODFW pulls back new rules for Wickiup Reservoir
Bend, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has rescinded two emergency rules that would have removed the kokanee “bonus bag” on Wickiup Reservoir, and closed the Deschutes River arm of the reservoir a month earlier in late summer. The rules were intended to protect natural reproduction in the reservoir under new water […]

Montana’s invasive mussel response swings into gear
On April 15, Montana’s full response to the invasive mussels begins statewide with more than 30 inspection stations, decontamination stations for boats leaving Tiber and Canyon Ferry Reservoirs and a broad outreach and education effort to help ensure people recreating on Montana’s waterways are practicing clean, drain and dry techniques at all times. The biggest […]

New oyster shell recycling site in Beaufort
Recycling oyster shells just got easier for residents of Beaufort County. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) staff and partners recently constructed a new oyster shell drop-off bin at the Edgar Glenn Boat Landing in the shadow of the Chechessee River Bridge, the sixth such site in Beaufort County. “With this new public oyster […]

Learn how to catch toothy tiger muskie
SALT LAKE CITY — Tiger muskie are the largest cool water fish in Utah. In just a few years, these voracious predators can reach almost four feet in length. Because tiger muskie are sterile, they’re not concerned about reproduction. All they want to do is eat. If one ends up on the end of your […]

ODFW will host Family Fishing Event at Devils Lake April 22
NEWPORT, Ore. — Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a Family Fishing Event Saturday, April 22 at Devils Lake in Lincoln City. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Regatta Park. ODFW will stock the lake with rainbow trout prior to the event, including 3,000 fish that will […]

Low Salmon Projections Lead to California Fisheries Restrictions
Historically low numbers of fall-run and winter-run Chinook salmon have prompted the California Fish and Game Commission (FGC) to drastically limit the state’s salmon fishery for the remainder of 2017. In the Klamath Management Zone, which is the area between the Oregon/California border and Horse Mountain (40° 05’ 00” N. latitude), the entire ocean salmon […]

PFBC Sets Daily Creel Limits for Lake Erie Yellow Perch and Walleye
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) today announced that the 2017 creel limit for Lake Erie yellow perch will remain at 30 per day and the creel limit for walleye will stay at six per day. “The 2016 assessment showed that both yellow perch and walleye populations remain at maintenance levels,” […]

Special April 13 meeting on blue, black rockfish permits
Salem, Ore. — The Commercial Fisheries Permit Board will meet on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at 10 a.m. to prepare the final order in the limited entry blue/black rockfish permits contested case for Firstco Marine LLC, Raymond Carel. Public wishing to listen to the meeting may do so at the Oregon Department of Fish and […]

Spring Chinook season reopens on lower Columbia
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Recreational anglers will get an additional nine days of spring Chinook fishing on the lower Columbia River under rules adopted today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. Under the rules adopted during a joint state hearing, anglers will be allowed to retain Chinook during two fishing periods. The first period is […]

Trout Trails web application now features locations across the state
The latest additions to the Department of Natural Resources’ online Trout Trails application now ensure quality trout streams and lakes are pinpointed for anglers to visit throughout the state of Michigan. Trout Trails is an interactive tool featuring fisheries biologist-verified trout waters that are often lesser known, but considered outstanding destination points. This is the […]

Pennsylvania Statewide Opening Day of Trout Season Kicks Off April 15
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Spring is officially underway and the warmer weather has anglers from across the Commonwealth gearing up to fish their favorite spots on Saturday, April 15, which marks the traditional statewide opening day of trout season. All along streams and lakes throughout Pennsylvania, anglers and their friends and families will anxiously wait for […]
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