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Monthly Archives: September 2013

National Hunting and Fishing Day Spotlights California’s Natural Resources

The 37th annual National Hunting and Fishing Day will be recognized this year on September 26. In recognition of this annual tradition, DFG reminds Californians of the many abundant opportunities to enjoy hunting and fishing in the Golden State – and of the important role that hunters and anglers play…


Delayed-Harvest Trout Waters Open Oct. 1 in North Carolina

RALEIGH, N.C.  – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will implement delayed-harvest regulations on 22 trout waters in 15 western North Carolina counties on Oct. 1, including two new streams, Wilson Creek, a 3.5-mile stream in Caldwell County and Mill Creek, a 0.7- mile stream in McDowell County. Before Oct. 1,…


Indiana Early Archery Deer Season, Oct. 1–Nov. 29

Indiana’s 2009 deer season begins with the opening day of early archery, Oct. 1. Hunters must possess a completed and signed deer hunting, youth, lifetime comprehensive hunting, or apprentice license to legally pursue deer. Hunter education is required for anyone born after Dec. 31, 1986. However, individuals of any age…


Youth Waterfowl Season and Youth Squirrel Season Dates Are Coming Up in West Virginia

West Virginia’s youth waterfowl season has been set for Sept. 26, 2009, and the youth squirrel season is scheduled for Oct. 3, 2009, according to Curtis I. Taylor, Chief of the Wildlife Resources Section of the Division of Natural Resources. “These special youth hunts provide an excellent opportunity to introduce…


Wild Game and Camp Cooking Feed Thousands at Oklahoma Wildlife Expo

How much wild game can 38,600 sportsmen consume in three days? The answer is at least 2,000 pounds of venison and catfish and well over 200 gallons of buffalo chili. That is how much food was sampled at the Taste of the Wild exhibit at last year’s Oklahoma Wildlife Expo,…


Three Deer Seasons on Tap for Kansas

PRATT — No matter what equipment a hunter uses, it’s time to gear up for deer season. Two Kansas deer seasons open in September, and another opens in October. The muzzleloader season runs Sept. 21-Oct. 4; the archery season runs Sept. 21-Dec. 31; and the early firearms season in Deer…


Celebrate the 6th Annual Alabama Outdoor Heritage Day

Celebrate the 6th Annual Alabama Outdoor Heritage Day, Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Wehle Land Conservation Center in Midway, Bullock County. The event is sponsored by the State Lands Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR).   Get a…


Big Bend Ranch State Park to Host Fiesta Nov. 14

PRESIDIO, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department hopes the third time will be the charm for a daylong Fiesta set for Saturday, Nov. 14, to celebrate expanded recreational opportunities at Texas’ largest and wildest state park — Big Bend Ranch State Park. The public is invited to learn…


CA DFG Announces Two Public Meetings to Discuss Lobster Hoop Net Regulation Changes

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) will hold two public meetings in Southern California to review options for potential hoop net regulation changes. Hoop nets are commonly used along the Southern California coast by sport fishermen to catch California spiny lobster. The two meetings, to be held next week…


Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park America’s Best Idea: National Park Getaway

JOHNSON CITY, Texas – There’s plenty to see at this peaceful destination in Texas Hill Country. The Johnson Settlement, Lyndon B. Johnson’s Boyhood Home, and the LBJ Ranch represent three eras in American history: the post-Civil War age of the cowboy; the 1920s of Johnson’s youth; and the mid-20th century,…