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Columbia River fall salmon seasons kick off this Monday Aug. 1
SALEM, Ore — The popular Buoy 10 salmon fishery at the mouth of the Columbia River opens to Coho and Chinook fishing Monday, Aug. 1, with another strong return of nearly one million fall Chinook predicted. The Buoy 10 fishery is the first Columbia River fishery that will encounter these large returns. With thousands of […]

Project planned to conserve native flannelmouth and bluehead suckers
Cheyenne – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is investing to conserve two native Wyoming fish species in the Big Sandy River. The flannelmouth sucker and the bluehead sucker have experienced recent population decreases because of hybridization and predation, but a new fish passage project is set to protect these species from further decline. This […]

Beginner Float Fishing Classes Offered in August
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Enrollment is underway for novice anglers who want to try their hand at fishing from a kayak. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, in partnership with Canoe Kentucky of Frankfort, will offer free basic fishing classes in August through its Anglers Legacy program. Courses include three 90-minute classes that cover […]

Greater amberjack reopens to recreational harvest in Gulf waters Aug. 1
The recreational harvest of greater amberjack will reopen in Gulf state waters Aug. 1. It will remain closed in Gulf federal waters through Dec. 31, 2016. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will consider a similar closure in state waters at its September meeting in St. Augustine. Gulf state waters are from shore […]

GFP to Discuss Game Fish Spearing in Lake Sharpe
PIERRE, S.D. – A request from a Fort Pierre business owner to open up the tailrace area of the Oahe Dam for game fish spearing will be discussed at the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ (GFP) Commission meeting next week in Pierre. Steve Rounds, proprietor of Oahe Marina, submitted a letter requesting the portion […]

Gray triggerfish recreational harvest in Gulf waters season
The recreational harvest of gray triggerfish will remain closed to harvest in Gulf state and federal waters through Dec. 31, with the season reopening Jan. 1, 2017. At a meeting earlier this year, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved this closure to take place if and when federal waters closed. Recent stock […]

New Atlantic Cod Rules in Effect for Recreational Anglers
CONCORD, N.H. — Marine rule changes will allow a very limited recreational harvest of cod from August 1 through September 30, thereby expanding opportunities for New Hampshire’s recreational saltwater anglers. The slight ease on restrictions was possible because “Last year’s stock assessment concluded that, although Gulf of Maine cod remains overfished and subject to overfishing, […]

DNR to stock muskellunge in Gull and Fairmont chains of lakes
Muskellunge will be released this fall in the Gull Lake chain of lakes near Brainerd and the Fairmont chain of lakes in southern Minnesota as part of an effort to establish new muskie angling opportunities throughout the state. “We listened to and considered the more than 1,800 public comments we received during the past two […]

Lower Santee River striped bass battling tough summer conditions
Striped bass and other fish living in the Lower Santee River are struggling to survive high water temperatures and overcrowding. The extended Santee Dam flood gate opening associated with last fall’s flooding spilled an excessive number of lake fish into the river, and anglers have reported seeing unusual numbers of striped bass carcasses in the […]

ODFW seeks input on 2017 sport halibut and bottomfish seasons
NEWPORT, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking input from sport anglers for shaping the 2017 Pacific halibut and bottomfish seasons. Anglers are encouraged to participate in the season-setting process by attending one of four public meetings in August. “There is a possibility that we may have to shorten the Central […]

Free Fishing Class Offered in Lancaster
CONCORD, N.H. — Calling all anglers! The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department and UNH Cooperative Extension are teaming up to give you the opportunity to find out all you need to know about a recreational activity that everyone in the family can enjoy: Fishing! This one-day introduction to fishing program will be held at […]

Chinook salmon season closes on Wallowa River
ENTERPRISE, Ore. – The Chinook salmon season on the Wallowa River will close July 24. According to Jeff Yanke, district fish biologist in Enterprise, angler participation is very low in the fishery. In addition, water temperatures are beginning to warm which will further limit catch rates and may cause considerable impact to the salmon. ODFW […]

Record Walleye Production, Lakes Stocked
With North Dakota’s recent growth in walleye fisheries, a record 150-plus lakes across the state were stocked with nearly 11 million walleye fingerlings earlier this summer. Jerry Weigel, North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries production and development section leader, said this was made possible by record production of 10.4 million fingerlings at Garrison Dam […]

DEC Announces Two New Tools to Help Freshwater Anglers
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has unveiled two new tools that will help rookie and veteran freshwater anglers alike improve their skills, Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today. DEC has developed a new instructional manual entitled “The I FISH NY Beginners’ Guide to Freshwater Fishing.” The new manual is part of a […]

Upper Missouri River Paddlefish Lottery a Success
Anglers that participated in the Upper Missouri River paddlefish season this spring reported very good catch rates and reduced angling pressure from prior years. For some families, the new season structure was a welcome change after years of fighting crowds rushing to harvest a paddlefish before the quota was filled. Butte angler Michael O’Brien and […]

MDC improving fish habitat at Norfork and Bull Shoals lakes
WEST PLAINS, Mo. – Good fishing begins with good habitat. Increasing angling enjoyment is the primary objective of a habitat improvement project currently underway on the Missouri portions of Bull Shoals and Norfork lakes. This project – which is a cooperative effort of the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), Bass Pro Shops, and the National […]

Draft Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Action Plan
LEWES – DNREC’s Delaware Coastal Programs and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body (RPB) invite ocean stakeholders and the interested public to attend an open house to consider a draft Mid-Atlantic Regional Ocean Action Plan. The open house is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 20 at The Virden Retreat Center, University of Delaware, […]

Michigan DNR Chumming Regulations Decision
The Natural Resources Commission (NRC) decided to regulate chumming in Michigan at its monthly meeting Thursday, July 14 in Lansing. These regulations went into effect immediately. Following the NRC’s decision, anglers will be prohibited from using organic chum material on any designated trout streams (Types 1-4). Learn more about stream types by downloading the Michigan […]

Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Season to Open July 15
AUSTIN — The Gulf of Mexico commercial shrimp season for both state and federal waters will open 30 minutes after sunset Friday, July 15. The opening date is based on an evaluation of the biological, social and economic information to maximize the benefits to the industry and the public. In making its determination, the Texas […]

Lake sturgeon season opens July 16 on certain waters
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the unique hook-and-line fishing seasons for lake sturgeon are set to open this Saturday, July 16. Lake sturgeon are one of Michigan’s most historically significant fish species, but there are limited opportunities to target them within the state’s waters. Seasons opening this weekend include: Great Lakes […]

Qualify for an extra spiny lobster via the Lionfish Challenge
Fifty lionfish: That is all it takes to qualify for the Lionfish Challenge. And if you get your 50 now, you will receive a commemorative coin marking your membership and allowing you to take one extra spiny lobster per day during the two-day sport season July 27-28. Not into crustaceans? That’s OK. The Lionfish Challenge […]

Fishing for groundfish closes beyond 20 fathoms
NEWPORT, Ore. – The recreational groundfish season on the Oregon coast will close outside the 20-fathom line this Friday in order to protect yelloweye rockfish, which are more common in deeper waters. Yelloweye rockfish populations along the west coast were declared overfished in 2002 by the National Marine Fisheries Service, and are managed under a […]

Kokanee Fingerlings Released into California Lakes and Reservoirs
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has recently completed the release of the 2016 allotment of kokanee salmon fingerlings. This year’s allotment included 634,430 kokanee released into 13 lakes and reservoirs throughout the state. Kokanee were introduced into California waters to provide diverse recreational angling opportunities for anglers and have become an extremely […]

Nine-Year-Old Sets New Maryland Fishing Record – Photo
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that Emma Zajdel, 9, of Ocean City, has set a new state fishing record with a 94.6-pound cobia. Emma Zajdel and her father, Ed, were fishing with Robert Clark and Emma’s best fishing friend, Ashton Clark, near Little Gull Shoals about a mile and a half east […]

Razor clams to close July 15 on Clatsop beaches
ASTORIA, Ore. – After a record setting season, razor clamming on Clatsop beaches will close Friday, July 15 to protect newly-set young clams. Since 1967 the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has closed the 18 miles of beaches north of Tillamook Head to razor clam digging to allow young clams establish themselves on the […]
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