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

Wildlife Photography At Next Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar

RALEIGH, N.C.  – The Sept. 10 Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar series program at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education will be all about wildlife photography. Greg Jenkins, editor of Wildlife in North Carolina, an award-winning magazine published monthly by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, will present some history on…


Canoes and Kayaks Do Not Need Throwable Flotation Device

RALEIGH, N.C. (Aug. 28, 2008) – In an effort to bring North Carolina into compliance with federal regulations for recreational boating, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is currently preparing modifications to personal flotation device (PFD) requirements. In state waters, canoes and kayaks do not and will not need a Type…


Outdoor Central.com News Network Is Now On MySpace.com

Come Be My Friend! http://www.myspace.com/outdoorcentral Show me your trophies, both hunting and fishing. Tell me your personal hunting and fishing stories. Apply to be an Outdoor Central.com Editorialist.  To apply, simply drop me an email through MySpace, or go to our “Contact Us” page, Then fill out the information requested. …


Grouse Genes Don’t Lie

Many Montanans are devoted to the blue grouse. Some have enjoyed memorable hunting experiences, while others recall Sunday meals around a cast iron roaster of savory grouse breasts smothered in mushroom gravy. Now there is some surprising “news.” Blue grouse are no longer blue, they’ve been renamed “dusky grouse.” That’s…


Free Fly-tying Workship Offered Through NDOW

Want to tie your own flies? The Nevada Department of Wildlife will be holding a free fly-tying workshop at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 9. This hands-on, entry-level course will teach participants the basics of tying fishing flies. Students will learn what equipment, materials, and techniques are needed to create fishing…


Shooting Space Still Available at Range Day at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle & Pistol Club

Hunters looking for a place to sight-in their firearms before the upcoming big game seasons are in luck. There is still space available at the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) Range Day slated for Saturday, Sept. 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle & Pistol…


North Dakota Landowners Seek Doe Hunters

North Dakota Game and Fish Department big game biologist Bill Jensen is currently working with a number of landowners across the state who would like to host antlerless deer hunters in 2008. “We are hoping to match landowners who want a good deer harvest with antlerless whitetail and mule deer…


Hunters Should be Aware of Dry Ground Conditions

Despite some much needed moisture over portions of the state in July and early August, the Rural Fire Danger Index in several western and central counties remains high. With conditions like this, hunters are encouraged to keep up with the daily fire danger index, as temperature and wind forecasts can…


North Dakota Youth Deer Hunting Season Opens Sept. 12

North Dakota’s youth-only deer hunting season opens for 14- and 15-year-old first-time hunters Friday, Sept. 12 at noon, and continues through Sunday, Sept. 21. The season is statewide, except for restricted licenses and units in western North Dakota. After opening day, hunting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half…


Columbia River Area Pacific Halibut Reopens For Aug 29 Only

NEWPORT – Sport fishing for Pacific halibut in the ocean off the Columbia River area will reopen for one day only on Friday, Aug. 29. Fishery managers determined there was sufficient catch limit remaining to reopen the fishery for one day. The combined spring and summer harvest quota for the…