Favorable Forecast for 2017 Shrimp Season in South Carolina
2017 Trout Fishing Opportunities Await Anglers at State’s Castalia Fish Hatchery
Wildlife Commission Deploys Fish Attractors in Sutton Lake, N.C.

Monthly Archives: March 2017

Anglers Reminded to be on Lookout for Snakehead Fish

RALEIGH, N.C. – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding anglers fishing the Catawba River this year to be on the lookout for snakehead – an exotic, predatory fish that has the potential to expand its range into North Carolina waters. If anglers suspect they have caught a snakehead in…


Become a Better Walleye Angler

KEENE, N.H. — Gabe Gries, Region 4 Fisheries Biologist II and Warmwater Project Leader for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, has set his sights on becoming a better walleye fisherman and offers the following advice for New Hampshire anglers on pursuing this worthy gamefish. Gries started working on…


Report Poaching Activity Online at www.WildNH.com/OGT

CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Law Enforcement Division announces a new online function for Operation Game Thief, a system that offers concerned citizens and responsible sportsmen and women a way to anonymously report poachers and poaching incidents. A new Operation Game Thief web page at…


Fall Hunting Regulations Are Now Posted Online

You can start applying for remaining fall hunts PHOENIX – Hunters start your computers – the fall hunting regulations have been posted on the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Web site at www.azgfd.gov/draw. You can now start applying via paper permit applications for the remaining fall big game hunts. Arizona Game and…


Boaters Urged To Take Steps To Prevent Spread of Disease and Aquatic Invasive Species

MADISON – Practice good hygiene. That sound advice that mothers, teachers and doctors give to help prevent the spread of illness is equally important this year for anglers and boaters to help keep Wisconsin lakes and fish healthy, state invasive species experts say. The discovery of hydrilla, a new invasive…


Shooting Two Turkeys Could Mean Double Trouble

POYNETTE, Wis. – Spring turkey hunters need to make sure of their target and what is near it before pulling the trigger, according to state conservation wardens who have reported number of incidents involving turkey hunters accidently bagging more than one bird with a single shot. David Holmes, Poynette, a…


Horicon Marsh Again Site of Annual Bird Festival, May 9-12

Birders will gather at the DNR Horicon Marsh Service Center HORICON, Wis. – Birding enthusiasts will gather May 9 through 12 at the Department of Natural Resources Horicon Marsh Field Office for the annual Horicon Marsh Bird Festival. This Horicon Marsh gathering is eagerly anticipated by veteran and beginning birders…


PCB Clean-Up May Result in Incidental Taking of Fish From Calumet County Creek

MADISON – Activities associated with the cleanup of PCBs in Pine Creek in Calumet County, may result in the “incidental taking” of a fish listed as a state threatened species under an authorization the Department of Natural Resources is proposing for the project. TRC Environmental Corporation plans to remove poly-chlorinated…


2008 Hunting Season Set In CWD Management Zone

Regulations subject to legislative review MADISON – Hunters in areas of southern Wisconsin where efforts are underway to control the spread of the Chronic Wasting Disease will have a new season framework under a proposal the Natural Resources Board adopted at its meeting in Madison on April 23. The season…


2008 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Season Framework Set

MADISON – Deer hunters in Wisconsin will have a 2008 season structure that includes a four-day October antlerless deer only gun hunt in most “herd control” and all “earn-a-buck” deer management units, under a framework approved by the state Natural Resources Board at its meeting in Madison on April 23….