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Hooked on Fishing derby lots of fun
HOBBS – The fifth annual Hooked on Fishing derby at Harry McAdams Park Pond in Hobbs Aug. 5 drew 175 children and their families and resulted in a 27-inch, 6.5-pound catfish being caught. Over 100 catfish, sunfish and largemouth bass were caught during the first hour of the event sponsored by the city of Hobbs […]

No bag limit at Thief Valley Reservoir beginning Aug. 16
LA GRANDE, Ore. – Dry conditions in Eastern Oregon and declining water levels in Thief Valley Reservoir have prompted local fish biologists to remove daily bag and possession limits on the reservoir starting Wednesday, Aug.16 until Sept. 30, 2017. Size and harvest method restrictions are also lifted so anglers will be able to take any […]

Hogfish conservation measures and boundaries effective Aug. 24
A new management boundary and several conservation measures for hogfish will go into effect in state and federal waters starting Aug. 24. State changes were approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) at its November 2016 meeting. Hogfish is overfished and undergoing overfishing in the Florida Keys and east Florida. Federal law […]

ODFW test-drops larger trout in Eagle Cap mountain lakes
ENTERPRISE, Ore. – Thousands of juvenile trout were airlifted to the Wallowa Mountains last week by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to supplement the fish populations of lakes within the 361,000-acre Eagle Cap Wilderness in Northeast Oregon. The Eagle Cap Wilderness has some of Oregon’s most beautiful mountain lakes, including the state’s highest […]

Historic high runoff brings paddlefish to Bighorn trout water
BILLINGS — Unusually high water flows in the Bighorn River this spring made trout fishing tough for the average angler, but they are starting to reveal a silver lining for the fishery in general with the arrival of August. During the past week, anglers and fishing guides on the world-famous trout stream southeast of Billings […]

Carter Lake listed as suspect for zebra mussels
LINCOLN, Neb. – Microscopic young zebra mussels – or veligers – recently were detected in a water sample collected at Carter Lake by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Since no adult zebra mussels were found, the lake will be listed as a suspect water body. If no adults or additional larvae are found after […]

Gulf gray triggerfish fall season dates announced
Gray triggerfish will open in Gulf of Mexico state waters Sept. 1 through 4, Sept. 9 and 10, Oct. 7 and 8, and Oct. 14 and 15 for recreational harvest. During this season opening, the Gulf state waters minimum size limit is 14 inches fork length and the daily bag limit is two per person, […]

Walleye fishing re-opens on Mille Lacs Lake Friday, Aug. 11
Catch-and-release walleye fishing and use of live bait will return to Mille Lacs Lake effective at 6 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 11, and continuing through Monday, Sept. 4. “After an extended mid-season closure, we look forward to reopening the lake to catch-and-release walleye fishing,” said Don Pereira, fisheries section chief for the Minnesota Department of […]

ODFW Fish Passage Task Force meets in Salem Aug. 15
SALEM, Ore. – Oregon’s Fish Passage Task Force will meet Tuesday, Aug. 15 from 2-3 p.m. in the Steelhead Conference Room at the ODFW Headquarters Office at 4034 Fairview Industrial Dr. SE, Salem. This special meeting is open to the public. The agenda includes a new fish passage exemption request by the Warrenton Kia Automobile […]

State record catfish caught from the Nanticoke River – Photo
SEAFORD – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed a new state record in the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament: a 36-pound, 3.2-ounce blue catfish, caught June 20 by Jordan Chelton of Harrington. The fish was 38½ inches long and had a girth of 27½ inches. Chelton caught the fish in the upper Nanticoke River […]

FWC adds new category to Florida Saltwater Fishing Records program
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), in collaboration with the International Game Fish Association, maintains state all-tackle records for the heaviest marine fishes caught in Florida waters, including 77 species in both conventional tackle and fly-fishing categories. Recently, a new category for kingfish (whiting), which includes species in the Menticirrhus family, provides an […]

Willamette steelhead on verge of extinction due to sea lions
SALEM, Ore. – One of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest’s iconic fish, native steelhead trout, have been migrating over Willamette Falls in Portland to spawn in Cascade Mountain rivers for millennia. They are now at high risk of going extinct, based on a new analysis by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Listed for protection […]

Louisiana Fall Shrimp Season to Open Friday, August 18
The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission set the opening date for the Louisiana fall shrimp season for Friday, August 18 at 6 a.m. The date was selected based on information provided by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries biologists and public comments. To view a map of the opening area visit: The Commission granted […]

Two sockeye returned to Stanley Basin
The first sockeye of the year recently arrived in the Stanley Basin, including a naturally produced fish on July 27 and a hatchery fish on Aug. 2. The fish completed a 900-mile journey that included passing through eight dams and swimming 6,500 vertical feet in elevation from the Pacific to Stanley. Through Aug. 2, 225 […]

Commission adopts 2018 sport fishing regulations
SALEM, Ore. — The Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted 2018 sport fishing regulations today at its meeting in Salem. Some of the changes anglers will see next year include: Anglers with a two-rod endorsement will be able to use up to five rods when ice fishing (statewide). There will be additional opportunity for retention of […]

Spiny lobster regular recreational and commercial season starts Aug. 6
The two-day sport season last week successfully wrapped up, and lobster lovers everywhere are now getting ready for the regular recreational and commercial season, which starts Aug. 6 and runs through March 31, 2018. This economically important season generates more than $1 million through the sales of more than 200,000 spiny lobster permits annually. “Based […]

Gov. Rick Snyder announces Invasive Carp Challenge
LANSING, Mich. – Today Gov. Rick Snyder announced that the Invasive Carp Challenge is now accepting proposals for innovative methods to prevent invasive (or Asian) carp from entering the Great Lakes. “Invasive carp pose a serious and growing threat to the economy and ecology of our Great Lakes,” Snyder said. “The Invasive Carp Challenge will […]

Red Snapper Season Continues as LDWF Monitors Landings
Baton Rouge, LA – Louisiana anglers will be able to complete the month of July catching red snapper. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) catch estimates are still well below the harvest limit that would result in red snapper season being closed. The latest catch statistics recorded by LDWF’s LA Creel, the state’s […]

Campbell Creek Salmon Returns Draw Brown Bears
Anchorage — An unusually strong return of sockeye salmon to Campbell Creek this summer is drawing hungry brown bears and prompting strong warnings from biologists for cyclists, runners, dog walkers and others to avoid Rover’s Run and other streamside trails in Far North Bicentennial Park. “Our fish counting crew ran into four different brown bears […]

Central Oregon Coast nearshore halibut closes July 30
NEWPORT, Ore. — The Central Oregon Coast Subarea (Cape Falcon to Humbug Mt.) nearshore recreational Pacific halibut season will be closing at 11:59 pm on Sunday, July 30. The quota is anticipated to be met at that time. Excellent weather for much of the summer so far has allowed many anglers to get out fishing […]

Changes in Recreational Fishing Rules for Cod and Haddock
DURHAM, NH — The recreational fishing measures in federal waters in the Gulf of Maine (more than three miles from shore) for cod and haddock have changed to the following: Recreational possession of cod is prohibited year round. Last year anglers were allowed to keep 1 cod per day during the months of August and […]

Fall salmon seasons kick off Aug. 1 with mixed forecasts
CLACKAMAS, Ore. – The popular Buoy 10 fishery at the mouth of the Columbia River opens on Tuesday, Aug. 1 with a mixed forecast for Chinook, coho and steelhead returns. The biggest change for the 2017 fall season are restrictions on steelhead retention which include area-specific, 1-2 month steelhead retention closures and a one steelhead […]

Goliath grouper workshops start July 31
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is hosting several goliath grouper public workshops throughout the state starting July 31 to gather input on goliath grouper management, including the possibility of a limited harvest in Florida state waters. Fifteen workshops are scheduled in total across the state in July, August and October. Share your […]

Snake River Chinook season below Hells Canyon Dam closes July 30
ENTERPRISE, Ore. – The spring Chinook fishery on the Snake River below Hells Canyon Dam will close at sundown (8:18 p.m.) on Sunday, July 30. Idaho Fish and Game, who monitors the Snake River fishery for both states, noted that angler interest and catch rates have dropped dramatically during the past two weeks. Last week, […]

Charter fishing operations offer great options for anglers
For those who don’t have a fishing boat, may not have the correct fishing gear, don’t know how to fish, are new to an area, or are just looking for a day of fun, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources suggests considering a charter fishing trip. Charter fishing businesses are located throughout the state and […]
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