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

Women’s Hunting Clinic Saturday June 28

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has scheduled a hunting clinic to introduce the sport of hunting to women; and, to help female hunters further their hunting skills. The fifteenth annual Panhandle Region “Women in Hunting” clinic will be from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 28, at…


Grass Carp Protection in A Restricted Area Now In Effect

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is reminding the public that the take and possession of grass carp and the use of gill and trammel nets in a restricted area of Avoyelles Parish where the department has stocked grass carp for aquatic weed control is prohibited.  This new rule…


Division of Wildlife Looking for a Few Younger Hunters

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is looking for some young hunters to participate in a special big game hunting event Oct. 3-5 in Hesperus.   Young hunters, ages 12-17, can gain valuable experience by participating in the annual doe deer hunt at the 7,000-acre Colorado State University Research Center.  The…


Women Only Hunting, Fishing Clinic July 12-13

Women who are interested in learning about hunting, fishing and general outdoor skills are invited to a free weekend “Cast and Blast” clinic sponsored by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, July 12-13 at the Lone Cone/Jim Olterman State Wildlife Area.   “This is a great opportunity for women who would…


TPW Magazine July Issue Dives Into Gulf of Mexico

AUSTIN, Texas — As an ecosystem, the Gulf of Mexico functions on a global scale. At more than 579,000 square miles, it’s the ninth largest body of water in the world. The July issue of Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine offers an in-depth exploration of the gulf from a number…


Wildlife Department Seeks Artists for Waterfowl Stamp Design

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will begin accepting entries for this year’s Oklahoma Waterfowl Stamp Design Contest July 1 and will continue to accept entries through Aug. 15, 2008. The gadwall is the featured species for the 2009-10 contest, and the winning art will be printed on the 2009-10…


PaddleQuest 2008 Coming to Deer Creek State Park

Event sponsored by Gander Mountain and ODNR COLUMBUS, OH – Paddle Quest 2008, a series of events that promote canoeing and kayaking in Ohio, is coming to Deer Creek State Park in Pickaway County on Saturday, June 28, beginning at 10 a.m. Paddle Quest 2008 is sponsored by Gander Mountain…


DNR Reopens State Forest Campground and Trails in Lake and Osceola Counties

Department of Natural Resources forest recreation managers today announced that Silver Creek State Forest Campground in Lake County and several trails in Lake and Osceola counties (Evart Motorcycle Trail, Little Manistee Off-Road Vehicle Route and Little Manistee Trail) have reopened. These recreational facilities had been closed as a result of…


Fall Wild Turkey Season Application Period Begins July 1

The Department of Natural Resources today announced applications for the 2008 fall wild turkey season will be available July 1 through Aug. 1. A total of 59,050 licenses are available through a lottery for the units open to hunting — a total of 12,350 general licenses that may be used…


DNR and Tower Kleber Limited Partnership Announce Groundbreaking for Black River Streamside Lake Sturgeon Rearing Facility

Department of Natural Resources fisheries officials today announced a northern Michigan hydropower producer will build a streamside sturgeon rearing facility on the Black River as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the Black Lake sturgeon fishery. A groundbreaking to begin construction of the facility will be held July 2 at…