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

Colorado DOW’s Habitat Program Seeks Proposals from Land Owners, Conservation Groups

DENVER — The Colorado Division of Wildlife is now accepting proposals from landowners interested in wildlife habitat conservation and in providing wildlife-related recreational access to their properties. Through the DOW’s Wildlife Habitat Protection Program, up to $15 million is available this year for conservation easements or fee title purchases.   …


Deadline to Apply For Fall Hunting Permits in Arizona is June 9

Applications are due on or before deadline – postmarks do not count PHOENIX — Time is running out for hunters wanting to apply for a fall hunt permit-tag for the 2009-10 hunting season. Applications for deer (including some archery-only), fall turkey, juniors-only javelina, bighorn sheep, buffalo, and pheasant are due…


Carp-O-Rama Scheduled for June 27 at Pawnee SRA, Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. – Carp fishing is a fun, exciting way to bag a meal. The fish are in waters all across Nebraska and anglers may catch and keep as many as they want. Anglers and families interested in learning all aspects of carp fishing may attend Carp-O-Rama on June 27…


Oklahoma Wildlife Department to Host Free Cherokee Kids Camp

Parents and kids won’t want to miss the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s ninth annual free Cherokee Kid’s Camp slated for June 20. Cherokee Kid’s Camp is held at the Cherokee Wildlife Management Area in northeast Oklahoma. Youth age 15 and under are welcome, and the event is free. No…


Poachers Threaten Monterey’s Endangered Black Abalone

California game wardens recently made two new arrests in a series of black abalone poaching cases in Monterey County. Jerry Jones, 37, of Monterey, and Terry Callahan, 47, of Seaside were arrested by the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) on May 13 after being found in possession of 51…


Flathead Handfishing Season Runs June 15 – August 31 in Kansas

Limited season open on portions of Kansas and Arkansas rivers PRATT — Now in its third year, the Kansas handfishing season runs June 15-Aug. 31, and adventurous river anglers are looking forward to the opportunity to take flathead catfish using this unconventional method. Although such anglers may be few, the…


Take-a-Kid Fishing Weekend is June 5-7 in Minnesota

Minnesotans who want to catch some quality family time are encouraged to take advantage of Take-A-Kid Fishing weekend, June 5-7. Minnesota residents 18 and older can fish for free during these days when they accompany an angler younger than 16. “Most kids would love to go fishing,” said Mike Kurre,…


Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend Slated for June 13-14

The Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone that Summer Free Fishing Weekend is scheduled for June 13-14. On that weekend, everyone — residents and nonresidents alike — can fish without a license, though all other fishing regulations apply. Michigan has celebrated Free Fishing Weekend annually since 1986 as a way…


Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac Announces Summer Programs

The Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac has announced its summer schedule of programs. The center is located next to Mitchell State Park on M-115 in Cadillac, and is one of 10 Department of Natural Resources visitor centers around the state. The summer programs include: June 13…


Michigan Department of Natural Resources Invites the Public to Celebrate 90 Years of State Parks on June 20

The Department of Natural Resources is planning an official 90th anniversary celebration for Michigan state parks on Saturday, June 20, with activities at more than 70 state parks and recreation areas being planned, including an official, simultaneous cake-cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. “All of the parks have been working very…