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Monthly Archives: September 2013

North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission Seeks Striped Bass Advisers

10/29/2009 – The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission is looking for commercial and recreational fisherman and scientists to serve on two Striped Bass Fishery Management Plan Advisory Committees. One of the committees will assist the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries in updating the Albemarle Sound/Roanoke River portion of the state’s Striped Bass…


Biologists Ask Anglers to Report Tagged Largemouth Bass in Florida

10/29/2009 – Biologists with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Fish and Wildlife Research Institute and the University of Florida need assistance with a statewide largemouth bass research study. This year-long project is an interactive way for the public to help biologists obtain critical information necessary to manage…


Find Wildlife Hidden in Your Yard

10/29/2009 – When you look out the window, you probably see trees, bushes and sometimes birds eating wild seeds or berries. But what if you go outside and look about? Do you see ants crawling on the ground? Maybe a butterfly sitting on a flower? Did you know there are…


Atlantic Vermilion Snapper, South Florida Spotted Seatrout Seasons Close Nov. 1

10/29/2009 – The recreational harvest seasons for vermilion snapper in the Atlantic Ocean and spotted seatrout in South Florida will close on Nov. 1.  These closures are intended to reduce overfishing and increase the population of vermilion snapper in the Atlantic and help maintain the abundance of spotted seatrout in…


IDNR Announces $200,000 to Enhance Snowmobile Trails Throughout Illinois

Trail maintenance, equipment and safety projects will enhance snowmobile recreation   10/29/2009 – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) today awarded state snowmobile trail grants totaling $200,000 to nine local governments and to the statewide snowmobile association for trail maintenance, equipment, and safety improvements for public-access snowmobile trails in…


Upper Red Lake of MInnesota Seeing Walleye Regulations Change on Dec. 1

10/28/2009 – Upper Red Lake walleye anglers still can keep four fish beginning Dec. 1, but all walleye 17-to 26-inches in length must be immediately released. Anglers can keep one walleye longer than 26 inches. “Winter angling pressure has been consistently higher than open-water fishing pressure, making the adjustment back…


Michigans’ Eddy Discovery Center Announces Winter Programs

10/28/2009 – The Eddy Discovery Center at the Waterloo State Recreation Area near Chelsea has announced its schedule of winter programs. The center is located at 17030 Bush Rd. in Chelsea. The programs planned are: Comets: Icy Visitors From Afar – On Saturday, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m. come make…


NY DEC Will Issue Leftover Deer Management Permits

Hunters Previously Denied May Receive Deer Management Permits 10/28/2009 – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced two additional opportunities when hunters may obtain Deer Management Permits for the upcoming big game seasons. Deer Management Permits allow hunters to harvest antlerless deer and are issued for…


Feds Close Gulf Amberjack Fishing

10/27/2009 – AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds anglers that a closure is in effect for greater amberjack fishing in Gulf of Mexico federal waters. The National Marine Fisheries Service closed recreational amberjack fishing on Oct. 24 after announcing the recreational quota of 1.368 million pounds…


TPWD Outlook Average for Quail Season, 2009-2010

10/28/2009 – AUSTIN, Texas — Hunting prospects for this year’s quail season are scattered like a busted covey as less-than-ideal range conditions have hampered production for the second straight year. Bobwhite quail hunting can be hit or miss in Texas considering these birds exist here on the very western edge…