Wildlife Commission Deploys Fish Attractors in Sutton Lake, N.C.
Fishing Report Cards Due Soon
2016 Fishing Forecast for Southwest Mississippi
Ron Jones of Pryor holds the new Oklahoma Cy Curtis record mule deer rack, which scores 226 4/8. The rack crushed the previous record muley, which was harvested in 1973.   (SKYLAR ST.YVES / ODWC)

New Oklahoma Muley Record Set at Ma...

Evidence of Oklahoma’s bumper crop of big bucks was in no short supply at the Wildlife Department’s first March Rack Madness event March 6. Attendees ...

Interested In Catching A 20-inch Rainbow?

Interested In Catching A 20-inch Ra...

DURANGO, Colo. – Interested in catching a 20-inch rainbow trout? Thought so. [caption id="attachment_15182" align="alignright" width="150"] Interes...

Crappie netting on Lake Conway

New Netting Method Leading Changes ...

LITTLE ROCK – Managing a fishery isn’t just stocking, creating habitat, fertilizing and adjusting harvest regulations. Biologists must have a true pic...

140 pound, 9 ounce, Paddlefish caught on the James River arm of Table Rock Lake

Man Catches Largest Fish in Missour...

  On Saturday, while angling on Table Rock Lake, a 33-yer-old man from Richwoods, Missouri named Andy Belobraydic, snagged a 140 pound, 9 ounc...

Ron Jones of Pryor holds the new Oklahoma Cy Curtis record mule deer rack, which scores 226 4/8. The rack crushed the previous record muley, which was harvested in 1973.   (SKYLAR ST.YVES / ODWC)

New Oklahoma Muley Record Set at March Rack Madness

Evidence of Oklahoma’s bumper crop of big bucks was in no short supply at the Wildlife Department’s first March Rack Madness event March 6. Attendees presented more than two dozen deer antler sets (and one pronghorn) for certified measurers to examine and render an official number. The highlight of the…


Quail Forever

Quail Groups to Hold 2nd Oklahoma State Convention

The Oklahoma and Texas Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever organizations will hold their 2nd annual combined State Convention on March 24-25 at the Wellington Conference Center in Wichita Falls, Texas. Attendance is open to anyone interested in making a difference for the future of Texas and Oklahoma conservation, especially as it relates to quail….


Make sure to follow all regulations and best practices when turkey hunting.

Practice Safety and Ethics as Turkey Season Opens

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reminds its constituents to practice safe and ethical hunting as wild turkey season opens April 8 and continues through May 6, preceded by a youth-only week from April 1 through April 7. The daily limit is one turkey and the possession and season limit is…


2017 New Jersey Spring Trout Fishing Information

2017 New Jersey Spring Trout Fishing Information

HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2017 Each spring, approximately 570,000 rainbow trout raised at the Division’s Pequest Trout Hatchery are stocked into 88 streams and 88 ponds and lakes located throughout New Jersey, and the 2017 season is positioned once again to provide the normally superb trout fishing opportunities New Jersey anglers expect…


Interested In Catching A 20-inch Rainbow?

Interested In Catching A 20-inch Rainbow? Come To Colorado

DURANGO, Colo. – Interested in catching a 20-inch rainbow trout? Thought so. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking for help from anglers to learn about the “catchability” of different strains of rainbow trout that are stocked in reservoirs.  Aquatic biologists have stocked Pastorius Reservoir with 800 of a new strain…


Colorado: Spinney Mountain State Park Schedules Boating Opening April 1

Colorado: Spinney Mountain State Park Schedules Boating Opening April 1

HARTSEL, Colo. – Spinney Mountain State Park will open to shore fishermen and boats Saturday, April 1, providing anglers with one of their coveted annual spring fishing rites. The opening will officially mark the beginning of the 2017 Spinney Mountain Reservoir fishing season. “The reservoir is currently down 8.5 vertical feet below…


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TPWD Biologist Receives 2017 Ken Cook Friend of B.A.S.S. Fisheries Award

AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Department inland fisheries biologist and avid bass angler Todd Driscoll of Jasper received the Ken Cook Friend of B.A.S.S Fisheries Award March 24 at the Bassmaster Classic in Houston. Driscoll is known among his peers and constituents for his work studying bass tournament fish…


Crappie netting on Lake Conway

New Netting Method Leading Changes in Crappie Management

LITTLE ROCK – Managing a fishery isn’t just stocking, creating habitat, fertilizing and adjusting harvest regulations. Biologists must have a true picture of what a population of a certain fish species in the lake looks like before they make changes, and they have to keep tabs on that population to…


Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Conservancy Provides $12 Million to Yosemite National Park

Funding for Converting a Historic Road Into a New Trail to the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, Restoring Bee, Butterfly and Hummingbird Habitat, and Studying Species in the Newest Area of the Park Are Among 34 Grants Made in 2017 Yosemite Conservancy is providing $12 million in support to Yosemite…


Kentucky Lake Readies for Third-Annual YETI FLW College Fishing Open

Kentucky Lake Readies for Third-Annual YETI FLW College Fishing Open

GILBERTSVILLE, Ky. – FLW College Fishing is headed to Kentucky Lake April 7-8 for the third annual YETI FLW College Fishing Open. The no-entry fee tournament, hosted by Moors Resort and Marina and the Kentucky Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau, will allow registration from any eligible college team from across…