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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Volunteers Needed for Stewardship Workdays in Southeast Michigan

The Department of Natural Resources today announced the schedule of volunteer stewardship workdays to be held throughout April in southeast Michigan state parks and recreation areas. Volunteers are needed to help hand pull garlic mustard, an invasive nonnative plant, at several parks. These activities will help protect and restore the…


Stocking Cancelled on Section 2 of Chappel Fork in McKean County, PA

Harrisburg, PA – Spring stocking on the lower section (Section 2) of Chappel Fork in McKean County has been cancelled due to lingering problems associated with an oil spill that occurred during the 2008 season, according to the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC). A February survey of the stream…


New Striped Bass Regulations For Delaware River Take Effect in Pennsylvania on April 1

Harrisburg, PA – Licensed Pennsylvania anglers fishing the Delaware River and Estuary can now harvest striped bass and hybrid striped bass from April 1 through May 31, a season which has been closed by the Fish & Boat Commission (PFBC) since 1992. Under the new regulations, adopted by the PFBC…


Abalone Fishing Season Opens April 1 North of San Francisco Bay

California’s popular red abalone sport fishery season will open April 1 in waters north of San Francisco Bay. Anyone who takes abalone must record their catch on an abalone report card and tag the animal with tags corresponding to the report card. “Abalone report cards have greatly increased the consistency…


NOAA Report Shows Rich Diversity Across U.S. Fishing Communities

A new report by NOAA’s Fisheries Service detailing the diverse demographics of 222 American saltwater fishing communities will help the agency design management strategies that will lead to more sustainable fisheries. “Fisheries management depends on an understanding of how people in coastal communities interact with marine ecosystems and how their…


NOAA’s Fisheries Service Proposes Listing Pacific Smelt as Threatened Species

Little Fish Was Once Abundant from California to British Columbia NOAA’s Fisheries Service said today it is proposing to list Pacific smelt as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Final action on the proposal could come as soon as a year from now. Pacific smelt, known officially as eulachon and…


Nemaha County Pheasants Forever to Conduct Game Habitat Seminar in Kansas

Event takes place March 31 at Valentino’s in Seneca SENECA — The Nemaha County Chapter of Pheasants Forever will conduct a game habitat seminar at 6:30 p.m. at Valentino’s South Room in Seneca. After the audience is settled in with free beverages and hors devours, Pheasants Forever Senior Field Coordinator…


10 Chronic Wasting Disease-Afflicted Deer Reported in Kansas for 2008

CWD-positive deer reported from 2,693 samples collected by KDWP PRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has reported 10 chronic wasting disease (CWD) cases from among almost 2,700 deer tissue samples collected and submitted for lab analysis by KDWP in recent months. Eight of the CWD-positive deer…


Women On Target Shooting Skills for Women May 30th in Kansas

Limited to 35 women, participants must pre-register as soon as possible CHANUTE — On May 30, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, Lil Toledo Lodge, the Kansas Wildlife Officers Association, and the Kansas State Rifle Association, the Women of the National Rifle Association (NRA), and the Kansas Bow Hunter…


L.D.W.F. Stocks New Orleans City Park With Florida Largemouth Bass

This week the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Office of Fisheries stocked a total of 252 adult Florida largemouth bass into the New Orleans City Park lagoon system. These fish had previously been used as brood stock at the LDWF Booker Fowler Fish Hatchery in Forest Hill to produce…