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High school fishing grants for student saltwater anglers in Florida
High school saltwater fishing teams are encouraged to apply for grants before the application deadline of Sept. 15, 2016 The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), along with its partners the Fishing League Worldwide Foundation and The Bass Federation’s Student Angler Federation, have made $500 Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation grants available to saltwater […]

DNR to close Mille Lacs walleye season Sept. 6
After eight Chippewa bands expressed strong concerns, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will close the Mille Lacs Lake catch-and-relejxase walleye season on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Warm water temperatures and high catch rates on Mille Lacs during July and August led to higher-than-expected hooking mortality rates — an estimate of the number of fish that […]

Georgia Public Fishing Areas Once Again Open 7 Days a Week
SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Do your Labor Day plans include throwing out some fishing line for your favorite catch? We have great news for you! For the first time in five years, Georgia Public Fishing Areas (PFAs) are scheduled to be open every Monday and Tuesday, beginning Labor Day Mon. Sept. 5, according to the […]

Second Klamath Salmon Fishing Quota Met
Salmon anglers are about to meet their quota for salmon in another popular Del Norte County spot for the season, triggering new restrictions on the Klamath River fishery. Monitoring efforts show that anglers below the Highway 96 Bridge in Weitchecpec will have caught their quota of 555 adult fall-run Chinook, 22 inches or longer, by […]

Lake Michigan future salmon stocking schedule meetings
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has scheduled two public meetings in west Michigan next month to discuss Lake Michigan salmon-stocking proposals. The meetings will be held Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ludington City Hall community room, 400 S. Harrison Street, and Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the South Haven […]

Special Fishing Opportunities Offered on Labor Day
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is offering two special fishing opportunities to entice adults and kids to fish on Labor Day, Sept. 5. The first is a $1 license for adult residents and non-residents. The license – good for Labor Day only – provides an easy and affordable way for everyone […]

Salmon Fishing on the Klamath River Spit to Close
Anglers only have a limited time to fish for salmon in a popular Del Norte County spot before it closes for the season. Klamath River anglers in the Spit Area (within 100 yards of the channel through the sand spit formed at the Klamath River mouth) will have caught their sub-quota of 167 adult fall-run […]

Nebraska Adopts Some Fee Increases
LINCOLN – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission adopted fee increases to some permits and stamps at its meeting Aug. 18 in Broken Bow. Fee increases, which will take effect with 2017 permits, were approved for several permits, including hunting, big game, fishing, and paddlefish, as well as for habitat, aquatic habitat and Nebraska migratory […]

Agencies to treat Soda Butte Creek to restore cutthroat stronghold
BILLINGS — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks – in a cooperative effort with Wyoming and federal biologists – will treat 28 miles of streams northeast of and within Yellowstone National Park next week to remove non-native brook trout and enhance the viability of native Yellowstone cutthroat trout. The project is a cooperative effort involving FWP, […]

Bay scallop season in St. Joseph Bay opens Aug. 22
Bay scallop season will open for harvest in the St. Joseph Bay area Aug. 22 and will remain open through Sept. 5, 2016 (Labor Day), closing to scallop harvest Sept. 6. During this shortened season, the daily bag limit will be 40 scallops per person or 200 per vessel, whichever is less. This season and […]

One east coast blue crab trap closure ends early
Recreational and commercial blue crab traps may be placed back in state waters (shore to 3 nautical miles, including intracoastal waterways) from Brevard through Palm Beach counties starting today, Aug. 16. Blue crab traps must be removed from all state waters from the Georgia-Florida line through Volusia County prior to Aug. 20. This closure is […]

Michigan stocks more than 33 million fish this spring and summer
The Department of Natural Resources today announced the final totals from its spring and summer fish-stocking efforts. The DNR’s Fisheries Division stocked a total of 33,308,068 fish that weighed more than 343 tons and consisted of nine different species and one hybrid. To complete this task, it took more than 400 stocking trips to more […]

Lake Superior cisco emergency rule moves forward
ASHLAND, Wis. – An emergency rule designed to provide sustainable commercial harvests while rebuilding populations of Lake Superior cisco – also known as lake herring – has gained approval from the Wisconsin Natural Resources board. Cisco hold significant commercial value and also represent a key link in the Lake Superior food chain, eating zooplankton and […]

Weather, Water Levels, Can Impact Trout and Landlocked Salmon
AUGUSTA, Maine — With much of Maine suffering from below average rainfall and varying degrees of drought-like conditions, anglers are reminded to be prudent when fishing for coldwater fish species such as trout and landlocked salmon. “Maine is known for our coldwater species like brook trout and landlocked salmon,” said IFW’s director of Fisheries Francis […]

Alabama Waters Temporarily Closing to Shrimping
Pursuant to Section 9-12-46, Code of Alabama as stated by Rule 220-3-.01, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Marine Resources Division announces that as of 6 a.m., Monday, August 15, 2016, the following waters will close to shrimping: That portion of Mobile Bay extending out from and parallel to the shoreline one-half nautical […]

Tuttle Creek Blue Catfish Tagged For Research
MANHATTAN – If you catch a blue catfish from Tuttle Creek Reservoir this summer, be sure to check for a little yellow tag just below its dorsal spine. A blue catfish tagging project is underway to help biologists learn more about blue cats in Tuttle Creek. Biologists are collecting blue cats with an electrofishing boat, […]

Seminar for High School Bass Fishing Tournament Participants
CONCORD, N.H. — With student bass fishing tournaments becoming popular among New Hampshire high schools, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is presenting its fourth annual High School Bass Fishing Seminar on Thursday, September 8, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at N.H. Fish and Game Department headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord N.H. […]

Two White Perch Records Set in Maryland
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources today confirmed two new white perch state fishing records. James Stiars of Bel Air broke his own nontidal record in Loch Raven Reservoir in Baltimore County, and ten-year-old Ryan Timmons of Berlin broke the Atlantic record in Ayers Creek in Worcester County. “I was fishing from a boat with […]

Mille Lacs Lake walleye season to remain open
The most recent Mille Lacs Lake walleye harvest estimate indicates that anglers have surpassed the state’s 2016 walleye quota. The state, however, will not close the catch-and-release walleye season at this time, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced today. According to DNR fisheries chief Don Pereira, analysis of summer creel survey data has shown […]

Take a Kid Fishing program Aug. 26 at Silver Lake Park
DOVER – Do you know a child or young teen who might enjoy learning about fishing and how to catch a fish? DNREC’s “Take a Kid Fishing!” program is partnering with City of Dover Parks & Recreation on Friday, Aug. 26 to provide budding anglers age 6 through 15 and their parent/guardian an opportunity to […]

Fall Shrimp Season Opening Dates Announced
The opening dates of the 2016 Louisiana fall shrimp season were announced at the August 4 meeting of the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission. The Commission set the dates based on information provided by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries biologists and public comments. The opening dates for the 2016 Louisiana fall shrimp season are […]

GFP proposal would allow for Salmon Snagging Next Fall
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission proposed a rule change that would allow Lake Oahe anglers to snag salmon beginning next fall. “To allow the snagging of salmon in the months of October and November, when there are very few other species in shallow water in the back end […]

East coast blue crab trap closures start Aug. 10
Recreational and commercial blue crab traps must be removed from certain state waters on the east coast of Florida prior to Aug. 10, the first day of two 10-day trap closures occurring this month. Blue crab traps may not be in state waters (shore to 3 nautical miles, including intracoastal waterways) in Brevard through Palm […]

Commission sets 2017 sportfishing regulations
SALEM, Ore. — The Fish and Wildlife commission adopted 2017 sportfishing regulations at its meeting in Salem today. The majority of the changes are housekeeping corrections building on last year’s effort to simplify the regulations. A few more significant changes are: The portion of the Lower Deschutes River that borders the Warm Springs Reservation will […]

CDFW to Release 10,000 Pounds of Trout in Merced County Waters
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will stock approximately 10,000 pounds of fish in two Merced County waters this week. The catchable sized rainbow trout are coming from the Mojave Fish Hatchery in Victorville. “This is an unexpected windfall for Merced area anglers,” said Greg Kollenborn, CDFW Senior Hatchery Supervisor. “The additional fish […]
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