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Corps of Engineers awards contract to resume oyster restoration
EASTON, Maryland – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, awarded an approximately $1-million contract Sept. 26, 2016, to Blue Forge LLC to construct oyster reefs in the Tred Avon River Oyster Sanctuary in Talbot County. Blue Forge LLC is a Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business. Eight acres of reef are planned for construction using […]

Salmon Station Open for Egg Collection
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has opened the Whitlock Bay Salmon Spawning Station near Gettysburg for the 2016 season. “Anglers caught some unbelievable salmon this year and there is a tremendous amount of interest in our salmon stocking program,” stated Robert Hanten, GFP fisheries biologist. “If fall egg collection […]

ODFW hosts public meeting to discuss Pacific halibut fisheries
NEWPORT, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a public meeting on the recreational Pacific halibut fisheries on Oct. 4 in Newport at the ODFW Marine Resources Program conference room, 2040 SE Marine Science Dr. The meeting begins at 6 p.m., and will seek input on several changes proposed by the […]

Trout 4 Treven fishing derby at Cooper Creek Reservoir
ROSEBURG, Ore – The second annual Trout 4 Treven Fishing Derby is set for Sunday, October 2 at Cooper Creek Reservoir in Sutherlin. The derby raises funds for the Treven Anspach Memorial Scholarship in honor of Treven who was a victim of last year’s tragedy at Umpqua Community College. The Oregon Department of Fish and […]

ODFW to limit commercial anchovy fishing in the Columbia River
Newport, Ore. – Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fishery managers will restrict commercial anchovy fishing in the Columbia River Oct. 3 due to uncertainty around the impacts the anchovy catch has on salmon and the local ecosystem. According to Maggie Sommer, ODFW marine fisheries manager, about 5,200 metric tons of anchovy have been landed […]

Santee Cooper striped bass season to open Oct. 1
Oct. 1 marks the opening day of the striped bass season on the Santee Cooper system and coastal rivers. The bag limit of three fish per day with a minimum size of 26 inches remains in effect through the May 30, 2017, closure. The seasonal closure and the harvest restrictions have worked to increase the […]

North Carolina Delayed Harvest Trout Waters Open Oct. 1
RALEIGH, N.C. — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will implement Delayed Harvest Trout Waters regulations on 36 trout waters in 20 western North Carolina counties on Oct. 1. Prior to Oct. 1, Hatchery Supported Trout Waters regulations apply to these waters. Under Delayed Harvest Trout Waters regulations, no trout can be harvested or possessed from […]

Celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 24
Next time you head outdoors, take a look around you: many of the fish and wildlife species you see, as well as their habitats, are healthy because of hunters and anglers. Additionally, from boat ramps to shooting ranges, artificial reefs to educational programs, Florida’s more than 7 million hunters and anglers fund and support access […]

IDNR Stocks Alligator Gar as Part of Reintroduction Program
SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Division of Fisheries this week stocked 1,600 alligator gar (each 12 to 14 inches in length) into four waters in the state as part of an IDNR Alligator Gar Reintroduction Program. The alligator gar, which were raised from fry at the IDNR Jake Wolf Hatchery […]

ODFW unveils Siletz Bay shellfish survey findings
SALEM, Ore. – Oregon clammers can learn about bay clam populations in Siletz Bay at a presentation by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shellfish biologists on October 6 at the Lincoln City Cultural Center at 540 NE Highway 101 in Lincoln City. The presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. The purpose of the presentation […]

Whitefish-tullibee sport-netting to open on northern lakes
Recreational netting for whitefish-tullibee opens on Friday, Oct. 14, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. These lakes, known as Schedule II lakes, offer recreational netting on the following schedule: Schedule II A lakes open Friday, Oct. 14, and close […]

Buoy 10, Lower Columbia River Chinook seasons extended
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Anglers will have through Sept. 30 to keep hatchery Chinook salmon from Buoy 10 upstream to the Warrior Rock/Bachelor Island deadline, under rules adopted today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. The season extension is the third one this month and allows Chinook retention in the ongoing Buoy 10 and Lower […]

Recreational Pacific Halibut Fishery to Close Saturday, Sept. 24
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announces the recreational Pacific halibut fishery will close Saturday, Sept. 24 at 12:01 a.m. for the remainder of 2016. Based on the latest catch projections, CDFW expects the 2016 quota of 29,640 pounds will be exceeded unless the fishery is closed. Formal authority to close the fishery […]

Rare Rescued Trout Headed to McCloud River Tributaries
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Northern Region Inland Fisheries Program and Heritage and Wild Trout Program staff will soon reintroduce a small population of rare rescued trout to their native waters in the McCloud River in Shasta County. McCloud River Redband Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss stonei) is one of several sensitive and unique […]

Recreational bay scallop season closes Sept. 25
The 2016 recreational season for bay scallops, from the western end of St. Vincent Island in Franklin County through the Pasco-Hernando county line, will close Sunday, Sept. 25. The final day of harvesting is Saturday, Sept. 24, bringing an end to the season statewide. The area west of St. Vincent Island through the Mexico Beach […]

Michigan announces surplus salmon available to public again this fall
The public is invited again this year 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 […]

South Carolina crabbers wanted to help reduce crab trap bycatch
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources biologists are looking for recreational and commercial crabbers to help them improve the design of a device that will help reduce bycatch while maintaining catch rates of large crabs. While large blue crabs are what most crabbers hope to see when they pull up their crab trap, other marine […]

Bassmaster pros glowing over Mille Lacs fishing
Elite bass anglers from throughout the United States are experiencing first-hand this weekend what Minnesotans already should know: Mille Lacs Lake is one of the nation’s premier bass fishing destinations. Fifty of the country’s best anglers, displaying their catches during Thursday’s weigh-in at the Toyota Bassmaster Angler of the Year Championship and visiting with Lt. […]

Two weeks left to qualify for the Lionfish Challenge
The Lionfish Challenge will come to a close Sept. 30, but that is still plenty of time to take and turn in the 50 lionfish it takes to qualify in the program. Every lionfish tail submitted helps control the invasive population. And for every 50 you submit, you get an additional chance to win a […]

Michigan smallmouth bass state record broken – Photo
Michigan’s existing state record for smallmouth bass was broken Sunday by Robert Bruce Kraemer of Treasure Island, Florida. A longtime angler with a cottage in Indian River, Cheboygan County, Kraemer said he’s been fishing Michigan waters since 1965, but this is his first state-record catch. Using night crawlers for bait, Kraemer landed a 9.98-pound, 23.10-inch […]

New Hampshire High School Bass Fishing Tournaments
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 22, out of Lee’s Mills on Lake Winnipesaukee. The top third of the schools from the qualifying round will move […]

All-depth groundfish fishery to reopen Oct. 1
NEWPORT, Ore. – The increased use of descending devices by halibut anglers was a key factor in contributing to the decision by fish managers to reopen the all-depth groundfish fishery on Oct. 1. The recreational groundfish season on the Oregon coast was closed outside the 20-fathom line July 15 in order to protect Yelloweye rockfish. […]

Columbia River season extended for hatchery Chinook
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Recreational fishermen will have through Sept. 22 to keep hatchery Chinook salmon from Buoy 10 upstream to the Warrior Rock/Bachelor Island deadline under a season extension approved today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. The season extension was adopted based on the latest fish passage and harvest data. It is the […]

Columbia steelhead bag cut to one fish above McNary Dam
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Sport fishermen may only retain one hatchery steelhead upstream of McNary Dam, effective Sept. 15 – Dec. 31, under rules adopted by Columbia River fishery managers. The one steelhead bag limit, originally scheduled to begin Nov. 1 upstream of McNary Dam, will be implemented earlier to aid passage of wild steelhead destined […]

Web-based map displays Michigan inland lake habitat information
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently launched a new web-based mapping tool – the Inland Lake Habitat Viewer – to provide the public with information about the state’s inland lakes. The tool, available at, is ideal for those interested in learning more about habitat conditions in an individual lake or how habitat conditions […]
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