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DNREC confirms that 46.5-pound golden tilefish – Photo
LEWES – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed a new state record in the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament: a 46-pound, 8-ounce golden tilefish, caught in the Atlantic Ocean Aug. 25 by Tom Schanno of Halethorpe, Md. – with the catch establishing a record for the golden tilefish, a deep-water offshore species that has […]

Gulf County bay scallop season to open Sept. 23
The Gulf County bay scallop season will open to harvest Sept. 23. The 2017 season was postponed earlier this year due to a naturally occurring algae bloom (Pseudo-nitzschia) in St. Joseph Bay that affects shellfish. Recent samples have indicated that the scallops in St. Joseph Bay are safe for human consumption and meet FDA requirements […]

Public meetings on 2018 recreational Pacific halibut fisheries
NEWPORT, Ore. — ODFW will host two public meetings on the 2018 recreational Pacific halibut fisheries next week: Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m., North Bend Public Library, 1800 Sherman Ave, North Bend Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 6 p.m, ODFW Marine Resources Program conference room, 2040 SE Marine Science Dr., Newport. ODFW staff are holding […]

Michigan fishing regulations changed at Sept. 14 NRC meeting
At its last meeting Thursday, Sept. 14, in Lansing, the Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved several fishing regulation changes regarding the Big Island Lakes Complex in Schoolcraft County, reptile and amphibian possession and ice shanties. The regulations are part of multiple Fisheries Orders the Michigan Department of Natural Resources uses to protect the state’s aquatic […]

Whitefish-tullibee sport-netting to open on northern lakes
Recreational netting for whitefish-tullibee opens on Friday, Oct. 13, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. A $10 license is needed to sport gillnet tullibee or whitefish. The season is open to Minnesota residents only. These lakes, known as Schedule […]

Fishing restrictions lifted on Madison River
HELENA, Mont. — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will lift the hoot owl restrictions on the lower Madison River from Ennis Dam to the mouth effective Friday. With cooler water temperatures, this section has met criteria for reopening. In most cases, according to drought management plans, rivers with hoot owl restrictions due to high water […]

Saltwater Commercial License Sales Begin Sept. 18
All current Alabama commercial resident and non-resident saltwater licenses will expire September 30, 2017. The Alabama Marine Resources Division (AMRD) will begin selling 2018 commercial fishing licenses Monday, September 18, 2017. These licenses include: Commercial Gillnet and Endorsements–must be an eligible fishermen and present required approval documents Commercial Shrimp Live Bait Dealer Commercial Crab Seafood […]

ODFW evacuating fish from Cascade Hatchery
CASCADE LOCKS, Ore. — ODFW staff are evacuating about 1.65 million coho salmon and 132,000 spring Chinook salmon from Cascade Hatchery today and tomorrow due to the threat of debris flow in areas burned by the Eagle Creek Fire. “Rain is forecast next week in areas scorched by the Eagle Creek Fire, and we expect […]

Program evaluation finds efficiencies for walleye stocking
A new review has found that greater efficiencies can be realized in a walleye stocking program that doubled the amount of young walleye called fingerlings released into Minnesota lakes starting in the late 1990s. The review by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources centered on the 254 lakes in the Accelerated Walleye Program. As a […]

Retailers in northern Michigan to sell surplus salmon this fall
The public again this year is invited to purchase surplus salmon that has been harvested at Michigan Department of Natural Resources weirs located in the northern Lower Peninsula. Seasonal salmon runs include large numbers of fish returning to their native streams to spawn and die. The DNR maintains multiple sites (weirs) where fisheries biologists and […]

Recreational bottomfish closed after excellent summer season
NEWPORT, Ore. — Oregon’s recreational bottomfish season will close to all species but flatfish as of Sunday, Sept. 17 at 11:59 p.m. because the quotas for several species have been reached. As of Monday morning (Sept. 18), anglers may no longer catch or retain lingcod, any species of rockfish, cabezon, greenling, or other bottomfish. There […]

LWF Commission Sets 2017-2018 Louisiana Oyster Season
The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission set the 2017-2018 oyster season based on the annual oyster stock assessment provided by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries biologists and comments received from members of the public, including the oyster industry. The following dates were set for the upcoming oyster season: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 – Calcasieu […]

Recreational Pacific Halibut Fishery to End Sunday, Sept. 10
The recreational Pacific halibut fishery will end Sunday, Sept. 10 at 11:59 p.m. for the remainder of 2017. Based on the latest catch projections, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) expects to have met the 2017 California recreational quota of 34,580 pounds. California’s 2017 quota was approximately 5,000 pounds greater than the 2016 […]

Kentucky Hunting and Fishing License Increases Proposed
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission unanimously recommended today that the department increase prices for some resident Kentucky hunting and fishing licenses. The Commission is the guiding body for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. It took the action during its September quarterly meeting. It will be the first resident […]

N.H. High Schools Compete in Statewide Bass Fishing Tournament
CONCORD, NH — Students from around New Hampshire will soon be competing for top honors in a high school bass fishing tournament. A qualifying tournament with 41 registered schools will take place on Thursday, September 21, out of Lee’s Mills on Lake Winnipesaukee. The top third of the schools from the qualifying round will move […]

Illinois Fall Trout Season Opens October 21
SPRINGFIELD, IL – The 2017 Illinois Fall Trout Fishing Season will open on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 54 ponds, lakes, and streams throughout the state. Two weeks prior to the fall trout opener, the Fall Catch-and-Release Fly Fishing Season will open at nine sites (locations marked with an asterisk (*) in the list below) on […]

Trout to be Stocked Near Pierre
PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) will be stocking rainbow trout in Oahe Marina near Fort Pierre in September. Robert Hanten of Fort Pierre, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks fisheries biologist, said the department will stock 15-inch, one-pound rainbow trout in the marina basin immediately downstream from Oahe […]

Corps, ODFW Sign Hatchery Contracts
PORTLAND, Ore. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued two contracts recently to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for the operation of five hatcheries and the production of salmon and steelhead to offset impacts of the Corps’ dams in Oregon. The Corps will pay ODFW about $4.8 million to operate the Marion […]

Non-selective ocean coho fishery closed as of Friday, Sept. 8
SALEM, Ore. — NOAA Fisheries, in consultation with ODFW, has closed the non-selective ocean coho fishery from Cape Falcon to Humbug Mountain as of Friday, Sept. 8. The quota is projected to be reached by the end of the day on Thursday, Sept. 7 so the season will close effective Sept. 7 at 11:59 p.m. […]

Use of Lead Tackle on Inland Waters in Maine
Fishing lead free is better for our lakes and our wildlife. Ingested lead fishing tackle is the leading cause of death for adult Common Loons of which there are around 4,500 adults across the state. Keeping lead sinkers out of Maine waters will increase the survival of these birds and will allow for continued population […]

FWC certifies new state record jaguar guapote – Photo
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) fisheries biologists certified a new state record jaguar guapote, weighing 2.78 pounds and measuring 16.7 inches long, caught by 14-year-old angler Jerry Martin from Miami. Martin was thrilled to catch his jaguar guapote in the Snapper Creek Canal (C-2) with live bait. “When I caught it, I freaked […]

Minnesota angler breaks catch-and-release record for flathead catfish – Photo
An angler has broken the state record for flathead catfish in the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ catch-and-release length category. Mark Mosby of St. Anthony caught, measured and released the new record flathead catfish Aug. 2 on the St. Croix River near Stillwater. He caught the 52-1/2 inch fish on 80 pound braided line with […]

New Jersey 2017 Striped Bass Bonus Program
All 2016 permit holders must reapply to receive a 2017 permit. The number of permits issued will be limited at the Division’s discretion based on harvest reports and other factors to ensure the 2017 quota is not exceeded. The deadline for submitting all applications is October 31, 2017 and applications postmarked after the deadline will […]

DWR adopts a new management plan for Scofield Reservoir
SCOFIELD — After an extensive public input process, the Division of Wildlife Resources has adopted a new management plan for the fishery at Scofield Reservoir. The plan, which was presented to the Central and Southeastern regional advisory councils in July, includes introducing three new fish species to the reservoir — wiper, tiger muskie and sterile […]

TPW Commission Adopts New Rules for Statewide Oyster Fishery
AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted new regulations for the statewide oyster fishery last week that reduce commercial possession limits, establish additional harvest restrictions and close additional bays to oyster harvest. The new rules affect both the recreational and commercial harvest of oysters. The new rules reduce the commercial possession limit of […]
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