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

10 Dec 2008 – What’s Open For Hunting In Arkansas

Current and approaching seasons in Arkansas: Deer: Archery – All zones: Oct. 1, 2008 to Feb. 28, 2009. Modern Gun – Zone 4A, 5A, 13, 14 and 15: Nov. 8-Dec. 7. Zones 9 and 12: Nov. 8-Dec. 14. Zone 16, 16A and 17: Nov. 8-Dec. 25. Muzzleloader– Zones 1, 2,…


10 Dec 2008 – Arkansas Weekly Waterfowl Reports

LITTLE ROCK – Just before sunrise this Saturday, duck season officially arrives in Arkansas. Hunters have already turned their attention to the state’s countryside looking for the flash of mallard’s wings. One weapon in the waterfowl hunter’s arsenal is the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission waterfowl report. View the Current…


Preliminary Bear Harvest Moves to Second Place

HARRISBURG – With an additional 419 bears taken during the extended bear season that was open last week in certain parts of the state, Pennsylvania Game Commission preliminary harvest reports accounted for 3,436 bears, which moves this year’s harvest into second place in state bear harvests. Updated preliminary results also…


There is No Such Thing as 100-Percent Safe Ice

I’m not sure whether I fall into the majority or minority on this issue, but literally speaking, I flat out don’t like ice over water. The only two places I like ice are at the bottom of my drinking glass or at the hockey rink – you never hear of…


Experimental February Canada Goose Season To Be Continued in Indiana

The experimental February Canada goose hunting season that started last year in selected counties in an attempt to better control the population of the breeding waterfowl around urban areas will continue in 2009, as the result of the DNR’s passing a temporary rule. Counties where geese can be hunted during…


More Spike Bull Elk Hunting Permits in Utah

The Wildlife Board also approved a major archery deer hunting change. SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s elk herds will get some much-needed help in 2009. On Dec. 4, the Utah Wildlife Board approved spike elk hunting changes for next season. The changes should open room in the herds for more…


Want to Join the Utah Dedicated Hunter Program?

Applications start Dec. 29 and must be received no later than Jan. 12. SALT LAKE CITY — If you want to join Utah’s Dedicated Hunter Program, Dec. 29 is an important day. Dec. 29 is the first day you can submit your application to join the program in 2009. But…


Oklahoma Hunters Enjoy Upswing in Quail Populations

Reports from hunters say 2008 is proving to be a good year to be a quail hunter. In fact, hunters are reporting better hunting than they have enjoyed in a long time. This summer’s weather has for the most part been favorable for quail reproduction, and reports from landowners and…


Dec. 11-14 Razor Clam Dig Approved In Washington; Two More Winter Digs Scheduled

OLYMPIA – Clam diggers today got the go-ahead to proceed with a razor-clam dig starting Thursday, Dec. 11, with additional digging opportunities planned for January and February. Four evening digs are scheduled at Copalis and Mocrocks Dec. 11-14, while Long Beach and Twin Harbors are scheduled for three evening digs…


Hunting Seasons Still Open in Idaho

Many big game hunting seasons have ended, but there’s still plenty of hunting open through the end of the month and through the winter. Seasons are open for geese, ducks, coots and common snipe through January 16 in the northern and eastern parts of the state and through January 23…