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

Michigan DNR Seeks Public Participation at Southwestern Management Unit Public Meeting on Sept. 24

The public is invited to discuss local wildlife issues with Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Division Southwestern Management Unit staff at a meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 24, in Grand Rapids. The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, 255 28th Street SW…


Special Antlerless-Only Deer Season Opens Today in Michigan

PLEASE NOTE: An earlier version of this release did not specify this is a private land hunt only. This is being re-issued today to clarify. Department of Natural Resources officials remind hunters that a special five-day, antlerless-only deer season begins Thursday in all of Zone 3, the southern Lower Peninsula,…


Michigan DNR Frequently Asked Questions About Hunting in the CWD Surveillance Zone in Kent County

The nine-township area of northwest Kent County surrounding the captive deer facility that produced a deer with chronic wasting disease – Tyrone, Solon, Nelson, Sparta, Algoma, Courtland, Alpine, Plainfield and Cannon — is the surveillance zone. What does that mean? All deer killed by hunters in the surveillance zone must…


Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center Announces Fall Program Schedule

The Department of Natural Resources encourages citizens to get outdoors by attending one of the many enjoyable programs held at the Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center in Oden, near Petoskey. Saturday, Oct. 4: Fall Colors and Nature Photography 101. Join the staff and discover how to take beautiful fall pictures. Take…


Michigan Recreational Weekly Fishing Report – 9/18/2008

  Great Lakes temperature map All the rain helped push more salmon into the rivers however many of the rivers in the southern half of the Lower Peninsula are experiencing very high water levels which has caused flooding in many areas. Anglers are urged to not only wait until the…


Youth Shooting Clinic at Council Grove, Kansas on October 11

Special event designed to encourage youth participation in outdoor shooting sports COUNCIL GROVE — Youth from Morris and surrounding counties are invited to a free shotgun, pellet rifle, and archery shooting and safety clinic on Saturday, Oct. 11, at Council Grove Reservoir. Sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and…


Kansas Upland Bird Hunting Prediction Good to Excellent

Winter and spring weather extremes negatively affected some areas PRATT — “Good to excellent.” That’s the general prognosis for pheasant, quail, and prairie chicken hunting in Kansas this fall. However, there are some areas where the prospects are not so good due to weather extremes since last fall, so hunters…


Volunteer Campground Hosts Recognized For Their Service

BRIGHTON – The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) said “thank you” to a group of important volunteers at a celebration event last week. The sixth annual Campground Host Appreciation Event took place at Lake Darling State Park Sept. 9. Roughly one-third of Iowa’s 110 campground hosts attended the celebration that…


Thousands Expected At Annual Ft. Atkinson Rendezvous

Fort Atkinson – Thousands of visitors will make the pilgrimage to northeast Iowa this fall for the 32nd Annual Fort Atkinson Rendezvous. The annual celebration recreates life as it was on the Iowa frontier in the 1840s with authentic buckskinners, U.S. Army dragoons, black powder shoots, crafts, contents, demonstrations and…


“Give Back” Opportunities Abound For Volunteers in Iowa

DES MOINES – Although school is back in session and summer has come to a close, the Keepers of the Land Volunteer Program of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources offers volunteers ample opportunities to continue to give back to our natural resources. Creek Cleanup and Tree Planting Event: Volunteers…