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

California Department of Fish and Game Signs Coachella Valley NCCP Permit

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) signed the permit for the Coachella Valley Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan/Natural Community Conservation Plan (NCCP) on Sept. 9. The plan covers more than 1.1 million acres, 27 species and the habitats and ecological processes on which those species depend. “This is a…


Dusky (blue) Grouse Range Expanded to Mogollon Rim by Arizona Game and Fish

Chicken-sized bird offers upland hunters and bird-watchers a unique opportunity PHOENIX —  The dusky “blue” grouse’s population and range are increasing in Arizona due to recent translocation efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to offer upland hunters, bird watchers, and outdoor recreationists another area to enjoy this unique…


Learn More About Recreating in Arizona’s Great Outdoors

Hands-on workshop will teach the core basics of camping, fishing and hunting  Are you new to Arizona or would you like to learn more about how to participate in the exciting outdoor recreational opportunities that the state has to offer? The Arizona Game and Fish Department is hosting a weekend…


Emergency Notice: Hurricane Ike News Updates – 9/19/2008

The Texas Governor’s Office is coordinating official communication about Ike for the State of Texas, including TPWD activities. For complete information, see the Texas governor’s web site at http://governor.state.tx.us/, or news media may phone the press office at (512) 463-1826. Check TPWD news releases for information sent by Texas Parks…


Grand Re-opening Ceremony Planned For Burr Oak State Park Resort Lodge Conference Center

GLOUSTER, OH – A ribbon cutting and dedication of recently completed renovations to the Burr Oak State Park Resort Lodge will take place on Friday September 19 at 11:15 AM, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The 1.5 million dollar renovation project features major improvements to make…


Trail Funding Meetings Planned Throughout Ohio

COLUMBUS, OH – Meetings will be taking place across the state at 14 locations to discuss recreational trail funding and development issues.  The meetings will be open to the public and will be set up in an open house format so attendees are encouraged to arrive anytime.   The meeting…


Arizona Weekly Fishing Reports – 9/18/2008

Rory’s tip Hope you got a change to enjoy that huge harvest moon on Monday. It might not help nighttime (or even daytime) fish catching a lot, but it sure makes it delightful to be out there anyway. This week we have a true harbinger that the long anticipated autumn…


Hunters Should Be Aware of Nebraska Waterfowl Blind, Deer Stand Regulations

LINCOLN, Neb. – Fall hunting seasons are starting soon and hunters should understand regulations pertaining to the use of waterfowl blinds and deer stands. Ted Blume, administrator of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissions Law Enforcement Division, said daily waterfowl blinds may be installed on state recreation areas (SRA) and…


Minnesota Fall Wild Turkey Leftover Licenses Available

Turkey hunters who were unsuccessful in this year’s lottery for the fall hunting season may apply for 2,243 surplus permits starting at noon Monday, Sept. 15. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) makes surplus permits available at all Electronic Licensing System (ELS) outlets and online at www.dnr.state.mn.us. The Web…


Detroit Lakes Area Residents Are Reminded of DNR Aquatic Plant Management Permit Requirements Related to Control of Flowering Rush

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) supports well-planned control of flowering rush, which is an invasive species. Nevertheless, lakeshore residents and users must ensure that control of this plant does not cause unintended harm, such as the removal of native bulrush or the further spread of flowering rush from…