Arizona Fishing Report – June 19, 2014
Fall 2013 Trout Stocking Schedule for New Jersey Waters
North Carolina Coastal Rivers Fisheries Reports Now Online
Kenai Peninsula Spring Brown Bear Harvest Suggests New Rules May Be Working IN aLASKA

Kenai Peninsula Spring Brown Bear H...

The RB300 spring registration hunt for brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula closed on May 31, and information gathered from harvest reports, sealing rec...

Class A (Sport Fishing Method) state record 95-pound paddlefish

First Paddlefish Catch Becomes Tenn...

Gene Armstrong decided to try paddlefish angling for the first time on Cherokee Lake. Little did the Hawkins County native know his first catch of the...

Video Recounts History of First ShareLunker, a Fish Called Ethel

Video Recounts History of First Sha...

ATHENS—A seven-minute video about the most famous largemouth bass ever caught in Texas is now available for viewing on YouTube. “The Legend of Ethe...

Early Summer Fishing Can Be Good in Ponds and Small Lakes

Early Summer Fishing Can Be Good in...

First there’s a splash and then rings of ripples move outward. Ponds and lakes become lively places in early summer as bluegills and bass chase bugs a...

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Arizona Game and Fish Biologists Offer Small-group Bighorn Sheep Viewing Experience

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a unique opportunity to view one of Arizona’s most iconic arid land animals, the desert bighorn sheep, in an intimate, small-group setting on Canyon Lake. The three-hour morning boat tour will take place on June 28. Participants will board department work boats…


Kenai Peninsula Spring Brown Bear Harvest Suggests New Rules May Be Working IN aLASKA

Kenai Peninsula Spring Brown Bear Harvest Suggests New Rules May Be Working in Alaska

The RB300 spring registration hunt for brown bears on the Kenai Peninsula closed on May 31, and information gathered from harvest reports, sealing records and hunter comments is providing Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists early insight into the hunt and some new regulations governing it. The total spring…


New Southern Zone Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Season Will Be Offered in Wisconsin

New Southern Zone Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Season Will Be Offered in Wisconsin

MADISON – Wisconsin will offer a southern zone bobcat hunting and trapping season beginning in fall 2014. State wildlife officials say the creation of a southern management zone will make new opportunities available for people to hunt and trap bobcats. The southern management zone, which includes all of Wisconsin south…


Class A (Sport Fishing Method) state record 95-pound paddlefish

First Paddlefish Catch Becomes Tennessee State Record for Hawkins County Resident

Gene Armstrong decided to try paddlefish angling for the first time on Cherokee Lake. Little did the Hawkins County native know his first catch of the species would etch his name into the Tennessee State Anglers Record Book. Armstrong landed what the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has certified a Class…


Tennessee Spring Turkey Harvest Passes 30,000

The Tennessee 2014 Spring Turkey Harvest Passes 30,000 Mark; Slips Slightly by 2013 Total

NASHVILLE — Tennessee turkey hunters passed the 30,000 harvest mark for the 12th straight year during the spring season which concluded last month. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reports that the 2014 harvest stands at 32,495. The harvest just slips past the 2013 total of 32,489. Sportsmen faced inclement weather…


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Hundreds of Students From Across Oklahoma Participated in the 2014 Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program State Shoot

More than 40 schools were represented at the Oklahoma Trapshooters Association in El Reno on May 7 for the State Shoot. The event brought students together after a season of practice and competition at their respective schools as part of the Oklahoma Scholastic Shooting Sports Program (OKSSSP), administered by the…


DWR sport fisheries coordinator pinpoints the best waters

July 4 Fishing Hotspots in Utah

DWR sport fisheries coordinator pinpoints the best waters If you wake up early, or stay out late, some fantastic fishing is waiting for you over the July 4 holiday weekend. Drew Cushing, warm water sport fisheries coordinator for the Division of Wildlife Resources, says rising temperatures are pushing fish to…


Arizona Fishing Report - June 19, 2014

Arizona Fishing Report – June 19, 2014

For the high country, this is the time when trout are starting to head deeper. You will likely have the best luck at first and last light. You can expect the action to be a little slower during the warmer hours of the day. Fishing the bottom or trolling seems…


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SCDNR to Provide Special Youth Deer Hunts in Upstate SC

Youngsters between the ages of 10 and 15, would you like to go deer hunting this fall but don’t have anyone to take you? Would you like for the hunt to be somewhere nearby where there are lots of deer? Would you like for this event to be carefully supervised…


Shore-Based Enhanced Fishing Opportunity Program for Summer Flounder at Island Beach State Park Opens Saturday, June 14

Shore-Based Enhanced Fishing Opportunity Program for Summer Flounder at Island Beach State Park Opens Saturday, June 14

On Thursday, June 12, 2014, NJ Department of Environmental Protection (Department) Commissioner Bob Martin signed a Notice of Administrative Change adjusting the size and possession limits for summer flounder (a.k.a “fluke”) for anglers fishing from shore atIsland Beach State Park (IBSP) during the 2014 open season. The Shore Based Enhanced Fishing Opportunity Program (Program) for…