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Northern pike put up a strong fight, but this one was no match for Cecelia Toshner, 5. Photo Credit: WDNR

Northern pike are waiting as ice fishing season ramps up with Free Fishing Weekend in Wisconsin

DNR experts urge extreme caution as ice conditions vary greatly MADISON — While the ice fishing season is off to a slower than usual start this year, anglers can be sure of one thing: when the ice finally cooperates, the northern pike will be waiting. In many areas of the…


BIOLOGISTS ANGLING FOR WALLEYE FISHERMEN

Early spring walleye spawning attracts anglers, fisheries biologists PRATT — In late March and early April, walleye migrate to rocky shallows in Kansas reservoirs to spawn. At this time, anglers gather along rip-rapped dams hoping to catch large walleye by casting jigs, rattle traps, crank baits, and stick baits from…


Ohio’s Lake Erie Steelhead Fishing

Stream and pier anglers have an excellent opportunity to catch quality-sized steelhead trout from September through May. The Division of Wildlife annually stocks five Lake Erie tributary streams with 6-8″ yearling Little Manistee River (Michigan) strain of steelhead. These fish migrate out into Lake Erie and spend the summer in…


‘Take Me Fishing 101’ Videos Help New Anglers Gear Up

AUSTIN, Texas — You walk into a sporting goods store and see a row of fishing poles hanging from a shelf.  All of them look the same, and you become so overwhelmed that you leave in frustration.  You’ve always wanted to pick up the sport but don’t really know where…


Idaho’s Access YES! Application Period Open

Interested landowners may apply to participate in an incentive program that compensates participating landowners who provide hunters and anglers access to or through their land. The application period to participate in Access Yes! in 2009 is open now. The deadline is February 15. Enrollment and bid applications are available on…


Michigan’s Black Lake Sturgeon Spearing Guidelines Announced for 2009

The Department of Natural Resources today announced the drawing guidelines for the 2009 Black Lake sturgeon spearing season. Sturgeon spearing on Black Lake, located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties, will be limited to successful lottery participants selected by random drawing. The Black Lake sturgeon spearing season opens Feb. 7…


NOAA to Create Saltwater Angler Registry in 2010

Final rule gives states more time to implement local data gathering NOAA’s Fisheries Service released its final rule today to create a national saltwater angler registry of all marine recreational fishermen to help the nation better protect our shared marine resources. A requirement to establish a registry was included in…


A DFG Holiday Tradition – Rainbow Trout Stocked in California Waters

In a holiday tradition beloved by anglers of all ages, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is planting rainbow trout across California this month. The fish are being planted in urban, suburban and rural areas. “The holiday season provides an opportunity for Californians to spend quality time outdoors fishing…


Fishing Opportunities Remain For Northern California Anglers

The holiday season is a good time for anglers of all ages to take advantage of fishing opportunities in Northern California. There are many lakes and reservoirs that remain open to fishing, and a portion of the Upper Sacramento River is open all year to provide opportunities for stream anglers….


There is No Such Thing as 100-Percent Safe Ice

I’m not sure whether I fall into the majority or minority on this issue, but literally speaking, I flat out don’t like ice over water. The only two places I like ice are at the bottom of my drinking glass or at the hockey rink – you never hear of…