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Post Your Fishing Tournaments at OutdoorAlabama.com

Post Your Fishing Tournaments at OutdoorAlabama.com

Bizrate Fishing tournament organizers are encouraged to post their tournaments in the fishing section of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) website. To post an event, click here. This tournament listing is a free service of the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF). “The posting does…


Flounder Limit of 10 Fish Enacted in Alabama

For the first time, Alabama anglers are now restricted in the number of flounder allowed in the daily creel limit. Barnett Lawley, Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, signed the new saltwater fishing regulations, which contains a 10-fish daily creel limit on flounder, as well as…


Dates and Registration Guidelines Announced for Four Archery Hunts to Control Deer Numbers in Oak Mountain State Park

For the fifth consecutive year, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) will conduct regulated archery hunts to continue reducing deer numbers at Oak Mountain State Park. In an effort to streamline and increase efficiency, four single-day hunts are planned for December 10, 2008, December 17, 2008, January…


Wind Creek Hosts Vintage Car Show September 13

Wind Creek State Park, located near Alexander City, will host the Fourth Annual Lake Martin Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008. A variety of vintage cars and trucks ranging from antiques to street rods will be on display. According to State Parks Promotions Director Randy Jinks, Wind Creek State…


Fisheries Biologist Coauthors Book on Freshwater Mussels

After almost 13 years of work and research, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) Fisheries Biologist Jeff Garner finally can see the reality of having his hard work pay off in the form of a new book titled Freshwater Mussels of Alabama and the Mobile Basin in Georgia,…


Alabama Continues ‘Liberal’ Waterfowl Seasons

Alabama’s waterfowl hunters will again enjoy waterfowl seasons under the “liberal” designation from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The 60-day regular duck, coot and merganser season will run Nov. 27 through Jan. 25 with a six-duck bag limit. The daily limit can consist of no more than four…


Hiking, Backpacking Seminars Set for 5 Rivers In Alabama

Author and renowned outdoors enthusiast Joe Cuhaj of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society will conduct a series of hiking and backpacking seminars at 5 Rivers – Alabama’s Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort.   Daphne’s Cuhaj, who penned “Hiking Alabama” and co-authored “Paddling Alabama,” will offer advice and discuss hiking…


Alabama Conservation Department Receives National Awards

The Association of Conservation Information recently honored the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources with four awards. ACI, a national organization of communicators who promote conservation, presented the awards at their annual meeting in Nashville, Tenn. in July. A first place in the brochure category was awarded to the…


New Records and Recognition Program For White-tailed Deer

The Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has developed a new records and recognition program for white-tailed deer taken in Alabama – the Records of Alabama’s White-tailed Deer (RAWD). The demand for information on the largest bucks harvested in Alabama led to…


New Chance to Support Wildlife in Alabama

For over a half century, Alabama hunters have paid for the majority of the management of wildlife species through their purchases of hunting licenses and hunting related merchandise. Now there is an opportunity for non-hunters such as bird watchers, hikers and canoeists to support wildlife by purchasing Alabama’s new Wildlife…