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

Overnight camping for Scouts at Fort Delaware

DELAWARE CITY (March 9, 2011) – Boy Scout and Girl Scout groups are invited to enjoy a brand-new Fort Delaware experience with an overnight camping program. Groups of up to 50 adults and children will board the Three Forts Ferry in Delaware City in late afternoon to begin their adventure. Once…


Anglers are Preparing for Vermont’s Spring Trout Fishing

Anglers are Preparing for Vermont’s Spring Trout Fishing WATERBURY, VT – Vermont’s traditional trout fishing season opens Saturday, April 9 this year, and anglers are looking forward to some great fishing for brook, brown and rainbow trout in the Green Mountain State’s lakes and streams. “Willoughby River steelhead provide a…


Volunteer instructors, hunters’ dedication behind fatality-free gun-deer season

Remember to sign up for your hunter safety class MADISON – Hunting history repeated itself in Wisconsin 2010 – and the head of the state’s hunter education program is looking for a repeat performance in 2011. “Wisconsin ended its 2010 gun-deer season free of hunter fatalities,” Department of Natural Resources…


Federal panel adopts options for ocean salmon sport fisheries

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Anglers fishing along the Washington coast will see a lower catch quota for chinook salmon this year even though the total number of fish expected to return is higher. Three ocean salmon-fishing options approved today by the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) establish a lower harvest range…


No change in Mille Lacs walleye slot, northern pike regulation relaxed

Anglers who fish Lake Mille Lacs will need to follow the same walleye regulations as in 2010, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).The season will open Saturday, May 14, with a regulation that will allow anglers to keep up to four walleyes less than 18 inches, which…


DNR Hiring Now for Summer Positions at State Parks, Recreation Areas, Boating Facilities and Visitor Centers

More than 1,200 workers will be hired for summer jobs by the Department of Natural Resources in state parks, state recreation areas, boating facilities and visitor centers. Applications are being accepted now for positions such as greeting park visitors at the contact booth, selling Recreation Passport entrance permits, and performing…


DEC to Reopen 3,200 Acres of Shellfishing Areas Most after 40 Years of Closure

Citing the positive results of sanitary surveys, water quality monitoring and shellfish tissue testing, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens today announced proposed regulations to reopen shellfish harvesting areas in approximately 3,200 acres in several bays and harbors around Long Island in Nassau and Suffolk…


Nature’s Little-Known “Scientific Secret” Elite Fishermen Around The World Use To Easily Bring In 10 Times More Fish Than Anyone Else

This is A Very Special Fishing Report From: The Evening Secret Fishing Weapon There is a little-known secret to finding swarms of hungry game fish in freshwater or saltwater – and catching them at will. It is one of the most powerful fishing discoveries I have ever witnessed, and it…


Free Turkey Hunting Workshop – April 9 in Holderness

CONCORD, N.H. — A free workshop covering the basics of hunting wild turkeys is being offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department on Saturday, April 9, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center at 387 Perch Pond Road in Holderness, N.H….


BE EXTRA CAREFUL WITH FIRES, AWARE OF BEARS THIS SPRING

Weather forecasters are predicting a drier than normal spring and early summer in New Mexico, and the Department of Game and Fish is urging everyone who spends time outdoors to be extremely careful with fires. Anglers, campers and hikers who use state wildlife areas are urged to check restrictions before…