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 Artist to Teach Workshop at Rockefeller Institute

PETIT JEAN MOUNTAIN – Combine a love of the outdoors with a passion for painting, and you get wildlife artist Duane Hada. Hada, an experienced and energetic art instructor, avid outdoorsman and professional fly fishing guide, will teach a wildlife painting workshop Oct. 30 through Nov. 2 at the Winthrop…


Celebrity Quail Hunt Event Features Shooting Sports, Fishing, Golf

Illinois Conservation Foundation Event Benefits Youth Programs SPRINGFIELD, ILL. – The Illinois Conservation Foundation’s 15th annual Celebrity Quail Hunt on Nov. 2-4 will feature quail and pheasant hunting, guided fishing opportunities, boat tours of Rend Lake, golf, and a variety of shooting sports competitions at the Rend Lake Resort complex…


Celebrate Free Fishing Day Sept. 27th in California

Free Fishing Day is Sept. 27 and the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) invites anglers to enjoy California’s abundant fishing opportunities. Twice a year a complimentary day of fishing sets aside the normal requirement for anyone 16 years and older to possess a California fishing license. All other fishing…


Ohio’s Fall Turkey Hunting Season is Approaching

Hunters will have more days to hunt with a gun COLUMBUS, OH – Hunters are preparing for Ohio’s upcoming fall wild turkey season, which runs Saturday, October 11 through Sunday, November 30, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. New this year, wild turkeys may…


Childhood Hunting Experiences Create Lasting Memories

By Tom Conroy, MN DNR Information Officer They seemed to be everywhere. Ducks on the wing.Some appeared as but specks, high above. Others were trading back and forth, low on the water. In between, more ducks. I was a young boy on his first duck hunt as I witnessed this…


Women’s Only Fishing Clinic October 4th in Fort Scott, Kansas

Limited to 35 participants, clinic to cover all aspects of Kansas fishing FT. SCOTT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, the city of Ft. Scott, and local merchants are sponsoring a women-only fishing clinic on Oct. 4 at the Ft. Scott City Lake rearing pond, located south of…


Jewell State Fishing Lake in Kansas to Re-open on October 4

Channel catfish, bass, and bluegill stocked; catch-and-release the first year MANKATO — On Saturday, Oct. 4, the west gate at Jewell State Fishing Lake will be opened to the public. Rains in spring, summer, and fall have raised the water level nearly 14 feet, and with this adequate water level,…


Practice Should Be On Bowhunters To-Do List

MADISON – Twenty minutes of daily practice with a bow and arrow will not only improve a hunter’s aim but also muscle strength – two factors state hunting safety specialists call crucial to a safe and successful outing. “Hunting with a bow and arrow is not like riding a bike….


New Off-highway Vehicle Riding Restrictions During 2008 Deer Hunting Season

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Commissioner Mark Holsten announced new restrictions for off-highway vehicles (OHV) to be in effect during part of the 2008 deer hunting season. The Commissioner’s Order effects recreational riding on DNR forest trails but does not impact OHV use for big game hunting. Vehicles affected…


Prairie Smoke Dunes Scientific and Natural Area open to deer hunting in 2008

Deer hunters have a new opportunity this fall in Norman County. The Prairie Smoke Dunes State Scientific and Natural Area (SNA), which has only been open to occasional special management hunts in the past, is now open for all regular 2008 deer seasons including early antlerless. The 1,280-acre SNA, located…