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Oct. 5: Two Pacifica Ribbon-Cuttings Celebrate Trail & Facilities Improvements for National Park Sites in San Mateo County

Oct. 5: Two Pacifica Ribbon-Cuttings Celebrate Trail & Facilities Improvements for National Park Sites in San Mateo County

WHAT: National Park Service ribbon-cuttings celebrate improvements to two trails on Golden Gate National Recreation Area lands in San Mateo County (Milagra Battery Trail & Old Mori Trail) WHEN: Wednesday, October 5, 2016 10AM – Remarks and ribbon-cutting at Milagra Battery Trail (End of Connemara Drive, Pacifica CA 94044) 11AM –…


South Africa Becomes Latest Country to Sanction FLW Tournaments

South Africa Becomes Latest Country to Sanction FLW Tournaments

MINNEAPOLIS – Fishing League Worldwide (FLW), the world’s largest tournament-fishing organization, announced an exclusive licensing agreement with WJ Lindeque CC, of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, to begin sanctioning FLW bass-fishing tournaments in South Africa. The agreement was signed by FLW President of Operations Kathy Fennel and Hannes Lindeque, a managing…


Andrew Hulsey Fish Hatchery

Summer sStress Increases Likelihood of Fish Kills on Small Waters

LITTLE ROCK – Anyone who has ever had their breath taken away after sitting in a car that’s been parked in the summer sun will tell you that even a momentary drop in oxygen can turn things upside down. The same holds true for fish if the dissolved oxygen in…


Forest Wood Cup Expo Event

Bass and BBQ Festival Set for Forest Wood Cup Expo

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – FLW is adding some Alabama flavor to the 2016 Forrest Wood Cup with its Bass & BBQ Festival as part of the FLW Expo outside the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, August 6 and 7. The BBQ Festival, presented by WQRV 100.3 The River, will feature…


Over $2 Million Awarded to New and Expanded Urban Partnerships Across the U.S.

Over $2 Million Awarded to New and Expanded Urban Partnerships Across the U.S.

In our increasingly urban society, studies have repeatedly shown that access to nature and the outdoors makes us healthier and happier. This is particularly true for children and young adults. The opportunities for residents of major urban areas across the country to gain that all-important access just received a substantial…


New Fishing Regulations Go Into Effect To Improve Bass Fisheries In Florida

New Fishing Regulations Go Into Effect To Improve Bass Fisheries In Florida

New black bass fishing regulations are in effect throughout Florida, beginning July 1. This regulation change will streamline existing rules, allow anglers to keep smaller, more abundant bass and protect larger bass in order to ensure that Florida continues to produce trophy bass in the future. Before developing proposals for…


Waterfowl Breeding Population Survey Shows Improving California Numbers in 2016

Waterfowl Breeding Population Survey Shows Improving California Numbers in 2016

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed its annual survey of waterfowl breeding pairs. Biologists found that after a three-year decline in mallards and total duck species (meaning all species combined), both categories have increased this year. The breeding population of mallards increased from 173,865 to 263,774…


FLW Fantasy Fishing

Taylorville Man Wins $5,000 Playing FLW Fantasy Fishing

Mike Daley of Taylorville, Illinois, correctly picked five of the top 10 finishers at last week’s Walmart Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) Tour event on Lake Champlain presented by General Tire. For his picks, Daley won $5,000 by playing FLW Fantasy Fishing, held in conjunction with the FLW Tour fishing tournament….


Big Scores and Big Fun at the NASP World Tournament in Myrtle Beach

Big Scores and Big Fun at the NASP World Tournament in Myrtle Beach

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources and the city of Myrtle Beach recently played host to more than 4,000 youth archers from the United States, Canada and Mongolia, along with their parents, coaches and supporters, at the National Archery in Schools Program’s (NASP) 2016 World Tournament and World IBO 3-D…


Nearly $49 Million in Grants Will Help Protect Waterfowl, Other Bird Species in United States, Canada and Mexico

Nearly $49 Million in Grants Will Help Protect Waterfowl, Other Bird Species in United States, Canada and Mexico

WASHINGTON – U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced today $48.8  million in grants have been approved by the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, which provides the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners the ability to purchase, lease or otherwise conserve more than 275,000 acres of wetland and associated upland habitats…