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

Adult/youth fishing open at Bonneau Ferry (SC) through Oct. 31

Bonneau Ferry Wildlife Management Area (WMA), located near Cordesville in Berkeley County, is open for another season of fishing. This adult/youth only fishing area provides a great opportunity for the entire family to enjoy nature in a peaceful and less crowded environment than many other waterways. Fishing on Bonneau Ferry…


Razor-clam dig gets green light at ocean beaches March 19-22

OLYMPIA – Clam diggers today got a green light to proceed with a four-day razor-clam dig scheduled to begin Saturday, March 19, on four beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig after marine toxin tests showed that the clams on those beaches are safe to…


Wild mushroom expert and author to speak at Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center

Kirkwood Mo — Spring mushroom hunting season in Missouri is about to begin. Seeking out mushrooms is a rewarding way for people of all ages to connect with nature. Late March and April bring perfect conditions of temperature and moisture that can produce a bounty crop of fascinating and delectable…


Still Time to Register for Youth Birding Competition

Young birders have only until March 31 to sign up for this year’s Youth Birding Competition, a fun and free Georgia bird-a-thon set for April 16-17. The Youth Birding Competition is open to teams from kindergarteners to high school seniors. Everyone from experienced birders to first-timers is welcomed. The sixth…


Low water prompts use change for Everglades-area wildlife management area

Low water levels prompted the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to issue an executive order establishing special regulations for the Holey Land Wildlife Management Area (WMA). This management area is on the Palm Beach-Broward County line west of U.S. 27. The order, which takes effect Monday, March 14,…


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DEC Accepting Registration for The Annual ‘Becoming An Outdoors-Woman’ Workshop

Popular Workshops Give Women the Chance to Learn Outdoor Skills Such As Shooting, Archery, Fishing, Hunting, Canoeing, Kayaking, and Survival The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is now offering one of its very popular “Becoming an Outdoors-Woman” workshops June 24 through 26, 2011, at the Silver Bay…


Texas Fish Records Program Sets Its Own Records

ATHENS—For many people, second only to the thrill of landing a trophy fish is seeing one’s name go into the record book for the catch. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Joedy Gray is the person in charge of making that happen, and with the cooperation and enthusiasm of Texas anglers,…


Updated Fishing Report March 10, 2011

Here’s an stocking update from the Page Springs Hatchery as of 3/11 Region 2: Oak Creek (1,050) 36-48*F Frances Short (300) 40*F pH 7.0 Region 3: Dead Horse (2,956) 52*F pH 8.5 Lynx Lake (2,376) 47*F pH 8.0 Verde River (2,400) Watson Lake (2,332) 44*F pH 8.0 Region 5: Patagonia…


Arrows to fly at State Fair Park

About 1,200 students from across the state are scheduled to shoot almost 50,000 arrows March 23 at the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Oklahoma National Archery in the Schools annual state shoot at the State Fair Park in Oklahoma City. The students qualified for the state shoot by competing in…


The Country Music of Glen Shelton at Hawks Nest State Park March 12

ANSTED, W.Va. – Hawks Nest dinner theaters continue with the music of Glen Shelton. “This dinner theater at Hawks Nest uses a music-on-stage format,” according to Megan Flinn, event coordinator at Hawks Nest State Park. Shelton has performed with notable stars such as Lee Ann Womak, Randy Travis and Tracy Bird,…