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 Recreational Fishing Report – 9/4/2008

  Great Lakes temperature map Cooler temperatures and rain by the weekend should help push the salmon. Inland, anglers are taking advantage of the excellent bass fishing.   Southeast Lower Peninsula Lake Erie – No walleye action to report but the perch fishing has been good in 22 feet of…


Horicon Marsh Fall Naturalist Programs Begin Sept. 13

HORICON, Wis. – People visiting Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area for the annual fall naturalist programs will participate in the programs and hikes for the last time at the Department of Natural Resources field offices located on the north end of Palmatory Street, in the City of Horicon. Beginning in…


2008 Fall Wild Turkey and Ruffed Grouse Seasons Open Sept. 13 in Wisconsin

Hunter safety should be a top priority MADISON – The 2008 fall wild turkey and ruffed grouse seasons are set to open at the start of shooting hours on Sept. 13, and state wildlife officials say hunter prospects are good for both seasons. Wisconsin’s wild turkey population also continues to…


Archery Deer Season Opens Sept. 13 in Wisconsin

MADISON — Bow hunters will get the first opportunity to harvest Wisconsin’s premier big game animal this year when the archery season for deer starts on Sept. 13. With a projection of between 1.5 and 1.7 million deer in the state, odds are good that the bow hunters will harvest…


Mentored Dove Hunting Workshop Sept. 19-20 at Justin Hurst WMA

AUSTIN, Texas — An innovative public hunting opportunity for newcomers, the Mentored Hunting Permit, will launch this fall with a dove hunting workshop Sept. 19-20 at the Justin Hurst Wildlife Management Area near Freeport, Texas. The family-friendly event is designed to introduce participants to hunting and provide hands-on knowledge and…


National Hunting and Fishing Day to be Celebrated Sept. 27

AUSTIN, Texas — Hunting and Fishing Day in Texas and across the nation is slated for Sept. 27 and every outdoors person is encouraged to extend a natural invitation to family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to step outside and share the values and the fun of the outdoors. That invitation…


New East Texas Fish Hatchery Construction Underway

JASPER, Texas — Construction of the new $27 million East Texas Fish Hatchery, expected to be completed in early 2010, is now underway. The state-of-the-art facility on 200 acres just below Sam Rayburn Reservoir will replace the 70-year-old Jasper Fish Hatchery and provide at least 45 acres of fish production…


Annual Texas Parks & Wildlife Expo Set for Oct. 4-5

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks & Wildlife Expo continues to add new activities while sticking to a hands-on, expert-assisted formula that has made it the largest free event of its kind in the nation. Last year approximately 42,000 people visited Expo at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department headquarters…


Texas Weekly Migratory Bird Hunting Report – 9/3/2008

Weekly migratory bird hunting reports are posted from early September through early February. North Zone Dove: Good hunts were posted in Harrison County around goatweed and plowed ground. Those who hunted in the morning were able to miss the rains associated with Hurricane Gustav; however, rains moved in during the…


Bastrop’s 2nd Annual NatureFest Celebrates 2nd Paddling Trail & Hosts USCA Aluminum Canoe Championships on Sept. 27th

BASTROP, Texas — City and state officials will come together on Saturday, Sept. 27 as the “Most Historic Small Town in Texas” hosts the official launch of the second Paddling Trail in Bastrop County, the second annual NatureFest and this year’s 40th annual United States Canoe Association (USCA) Aluminum Canoe…