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

Ask the Wyoming Game and Fish – 8/11/2008

Question:  What licenses and permits are required to hunt doves in Wyoming? Answer.  Licensed hunters must have a bird license, conservation stamp and HIP permit (Harvest Information Program) to hunt doves.  In Wyoming a license is not required until age 14 so no HIP permit is needed for youth under…


Commission Adopts Game Bird Hunting Regulations: More Turkey Hunting Opportunities in NE Oregon

SALEM, Ore.– Oregon’s Fish and Wildlife Commission today adopted 2008-09 regulations for birds hunted in Oregon including migratory birds (duck, goose, mourning dove, band-tailed pigeon, coot, snipe) upland birds (pheasant, forest grouse, chukar, pheasant, California quail, mountain quail, sage grouse, turkey) and crows.  Most upland bird seasons operate under a…


Wyoming G&F Calendar – 8/11/2008

Aug. 15 – Application deadline for fall turkey Aug. 15 – Reduced price doe/fawn deer and antelope licenses go on sale at automated license agents Aug. 15 – Wildlife Heritage Foundation of WY golf tournament, Devil’s Tower, go to www.whfw.org Aug. 15 – Archery antelope opens in many areas Aug. 22-24…


A&H Program Opens Nearly 20,000 Acres of NE Oregon Private Lands to Public Hunting

LA GRANDE, Ore.— An agreement between the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and three northeast Oregon landowners has opened almost 20,000 acres of private lands in Baker and Union counties to public hunting for the 2008-09 hunting seasons. This access is made possible by $46,187 in grant funds from…


Public Meetings Will Outline Lower Columbia River Hatchery Changes

OLYMPIA – Modifications to salmon and steelhead hatchery operations on the lower Columbia River will be discussed at four public meetings this month in southwest Washington. The public meetings will begin at 6 p.m. and are scheduled for: Aug. 12 – Cathlamet: River Street Meeting Room, 25 River St., Cathlamet….


WDFW Moves to Enhance Safety for Outdoor Enthusiasts

OLYMPIA —Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) managers plan to examine hunter-education practices, possible hunting-age restrictions and other potential safety improvements for areas where mixed-use recreation occurs during hunting seasons. The increased safety effort follows a fatal accident Saturday, in which a Skagit County hiker was accidentally shot by…


Hunter Education Course To Be Held in Fredonia, Kansas

Course required for those born on or after July 1, 1957 FREDONIA — Wilson County hunter education instructors will conduct a hunter education class on Saturday, Aug. 16, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 17, from noon to 5 p.m. in the Wilson County Courthouse basement, 615…


Archery in the Schools Program Off Like A Shot

In Missouri, the program has grown from no local programs to 15 in three months. JEFFERSON CITY-April 18 was the day before spring break at Shawnee R-III School in Henry County, and the little school’s hallways were electric with excitement. As a special treat to start their vacation, first- through…


AGFC Accepting Applications For Wildlife Officers

LITTLE ROCK – Looking for a career change or the opportunity to work in specialized fields of enforcement? The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission could be just the place for you. From now until Aug. 31, the AGFC is taking applications for its next class of wildlife officers. Becoming a…


Hiking, Backpacking Seminars Set for 5 Rivers In Alabama

Author and renowned outdoors enthusiast Joe Cuhaj of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society will conduct a series of hiking and backpacking seminars at 5 Rivers – Alabama’s Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort.   Daphne’s Cuhaj, who penned “Hiking Alabama” and co-authored “Paddling Alabama,” will offer advice and discuss hiking…