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MDC stocks trout in southeast Missouri lakes
CAPE GIRARDEAU – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is expanding the annual winter trout program in southeast Missouri, stocking rainbow trout in Perryville’s Legion Lake for the first time. MDC also stocks Jackson’s Rotary Lake and Farmington’s Giessing Lake with rainbow trout each year. Legion Lake will receive 3,760 rainbow trout, Rotary Lake will […]

DEC Announces Salmon River Flows to Return to Normal
The temporary reduced water releases to the Salmon River from the Salmon River Reservoir by Brookfield Renewable in collaboration with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) were successful and the flows have been restored. This has prompted DEC to open fishing in the Lower Fly Area in the Salmon River today as […]

Let’s Go Fishing Program Seeks Volunteer Fishing Instructors
CONCORD, N.H. — Are you an avid angler looking to give back to your community and share your love of fishing? The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s “Let’s Go Fishing” program is currently seeking volunteer instructors to teach ice fishing, fly fishing or basic fishing to youth and adults. Sign up for a training […]

Marine Rule Hearing on Jonah Crab
DURHAM, N.H. — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will hold a public hearing on proposed marine fishing rules at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, at the Urban Forestry Center, 45 Elwyn Road, Portsmouth, NH 03801. Rules for Jonah crab are being proposed by Fish and Game to come into compliance with […]

More opportunity for Rogue Valley trout anglers
ROSEBURG, Ore – Fall is always a great time to fish Rogue Valley lakes, especially now that these lakes received an extra helping of hatchery trout. ODFW’s Cole Rivers Hatchery had more trout than stocking plans called for, giving an unexpected bonus to trout anglers. Additional trout were purchased from Desert Springs Trout Farm. The […]

Seasonal lake sturgeon releases nears 8,000 fish in Michigan
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and several partners released more than 7,800 juvenile lake sturgeon into various public waters across the state this summer and fall in an effort to rehabilitate this culturally significant fish species. The juvenile fish were collected from the wild last spring and reared in streamside facilities until they reached […]

States close Columbia River salmon, steelhead seasons
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Recreational salmon and steelhead fishing will close starting Saturday on the Columbia River from Buoy 10 to the Hwy. 395 Bridge near Pasco, Wash., under rules adopted today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. The closure is based on the latest fall Chinook run forecast, which indicates the Upriver Bright component, […]

FWC’s new Saltwater Angler Recognition Programs
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) challenges you to Catch a Florida Memory and participate in any of three fun and exciting Saltwater Angler Recognition Programs, two of which are available for the first time starting today, Oct. 19. “Any angler knows saltwater fishing is a fun, challenging and rewarding sport, but these […]

Fourth Klamath Salmon Fishing Quota Met
North coast anglers are about to meet their seasonal salmon quota in another popular spot, triggering new restrictions on the Trinity River fishery. Monitoring efforts show that anglers above Cedar Flat on the Trinity River will have caught their quota of 183 adult fall-run Chinook, 22 inches or longer, by sundown on Friday, Oct. 21. […]

Great Bay Oyster Reef Restoration Site to Close to Shellfishing
DURHAM, NH — A five-acre area of Great Bay where The Nature Conservancy is conducting an oyster reef restoration program will be closed to shellfish harvest (clam, oyster, and other bivalve mollusk) for five years beginning November 1, 2016, through October 31, 2021. State law (RSA 211:63-b) gives the Executive Director of the New Hampshire […]

TPWD Draws First of Three Lifetime License Winners
AUSTIN – To say Joanne Stirt loves to fish would be an understatement. As the first winner of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Lifetime License Drawing this fall, the Bandera outdoors enthusiast can start spending more time and money on her favorite pursuit each year. “We’ve had a deer lease for about 23 years […]

Fishing regulation changes made at Michigan NRC meeting
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved several fishing regulation changes at its meeting Thursday, Oct. 13, in Lansing. Those changes, regarding commercial bait, bow and spear fishing, and reptile and amphibian possession, go into effect today. The regulations are part of multiple Fisheries Orders, which the Department of Natural Resources uses to protect Michigan’s aquatic […]

Three State Resort Parks for Great Fall Fishing
FRANKFORT, Ky. – The dramatically cooler nights of the last few weeks are a blessing for anglers. These longer, colder nights pull the residual heat from the water, signaling to game fish that it is time to fatten up on the fall harvest of baitfish born earlier in the year. The picturesque panorama of the […]

Fall Trout Stocking Begins in Maryland
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources began stocking brown, golden and rainbow trout in select creeks, lakes and rivers this week as part of its annual fall trout stocking activities. Approximately 25,000 trout will be stocked by the end of October. Fall stocking locations include popular fishing areas such as Bear Creek, Big Elk Creek, […]

Annual fall trout stocking in White Clay Creek
WHITE CLAY CREEK – The Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Fisheries Section announced today that White Clay Creek has received its annual fall stocking of trout – a DNREC ritual since 2007 – captured on video at Trout Stocking on YouTube. Fisheries staff and volunteers stocked about 1,000 pounds of rainbow trout ranging in […]

DNR announces stocking adjustments for Michigan waters of Lake Michigan
Following recommendations of the Lake Michigan Committee, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources will adjust Chinook salmon and lake trout stocking in 2017 and 2018 to relieve predation pressure on prey (alewives) in Lake Michigan. This will be the fourth significant stocking adjustment to predator levels since 1999. The five-member Lake Michigan Committee is made […]

Delaware State Parks to host low digit surf tag auction
DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation will hold a live auction for low digit surf fishing tags at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22. This year’s auction will feature a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bid on surf fishing tag #1. The exclusive auction will take place during the second annual “Booo-B-Que by the Sea” family BBQ competition […]

GFP Commission Allows for More Game Fish Spearing Across the State
PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission passed a rule to allow more opportunities to spear game fish across the state. The Commission lengthened the spearing/archery season for game fish (except paddlefish and sturgeon) in inland waters open to game fish spearing from June 15 through March 15 to May […]

LDWF to Open Fall Red Snapper Season in State Waters
The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, at its regularly scheduled October meeting, took action allowing recreational anglers to harvest additional red snapper in state waters beginning at 12:01 am on Friday, October 7, 2016, during weekends only. Weekends are restricted to Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. This action was taken by the Commission after receiving […]

Trophy Bass Propagation Program Restarts
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Now that water temperatures are settling downward for the fall, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is resuming its trophy bass propagation program. The program only accepts trophy-sized largemouth bass from anglers. In return, anglers receive a free replica mount of the fish. Bass accepted for the program are used […]

Susquehanna River, Smallmouth Bass Benefit from First S.O.S. Project
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) today showcased its inaugural “S.O.S. – Save our Susquehanna!” project, a series of habitat improvements on Limestone Run in rural Montour and Northumberland counties designed to aid the Susquehanna River and smallmouth bass by reducing erosion and sediment loading in tributaries. In all, the project […]

ODFW pilot project uses ‘environmental DNA’ to track fish
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is moving into the next generation of monitoring fish populations — one of the toughest challenges in fish management — by using new environmental DNA (eDNA) science to quickly and accurately identify fish species in streams and lakes. Traditional methods of monitoring, such as trapping, […]

Fall is Prime Time for Fishing in Vermont
RUTLAND, Vt. – As water temperatures cool across Vermont, the fishing action is heating up and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has assembled a list of some of the top fall fishing opportunities in all corners of the state to help anglers get started toward a successful fishing trip. “With the onset of fall […]

Lionfish Challenge comes to a close
Volusia County resident David Garrett takes home Lionfish King award for removing 3,324 lionfish The invasive lionfish took a major hit this summer: a total of 16,609 lionfish were removed during the 4.5 month Lionfish Challenge, which came to a close Sept. 30. “The success of this program really shows what Florida’s residents and visitors […]

Stone crab claw season opens Oct. 15 in state, federal waters
Florida’s recreational and commercial stone crab claw harvest season opens Oct. 15 in state and federal waters. To ensure this valuable resource is available for generations to come, take care when removing crab claws and follow all protective management guidelines for stone crab harvest. To be harvested, stone crab claws must be at least 2¾ […]
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