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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…


Oklahoma Anglers Urged to Take Online Survey to Improve Fishing

As part of an ongoing effort to provide quality fishing experiences for anglers, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s fisheries division works regularly to establish “fish attractors” in lakes across the state, and now the Department wants the public’s input on how those areas impact angling. Biologists with the Wildlife…


Big Largemouth Bass Lurk at Two Lakes, Thanks To Regulation

Ball Lake in Steuben County and Robinson Lake in Whitley County offer anglers an increased shot at landing bigger largemouth bass, thanks to the results of a special regulation requiring the release of largemouth bass less than 18 inches long. The regulation also restricts anglers to keeping only two largemouth…


Work to Save Endangered Fish Receives National Attention

The Upper Colorado River and the San Juan River endangered fish recovery programs recently received Cooperative Conservation awards from the U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI). The two programs, which were submitted together for the award, were selected from a field of 700 nominees. The USDI awarded 21 Cooperative Conservation…


Anglers Reminded to be on Lookout for Snakehead Fish

RALEIGH, N.C. – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding anglers fishing the Catawba River this year to be on the lookout for snakehead – an exotic, predatory fish that has the potential to expand its range into North Carolina waters. If anglers suspect they have caught a snakehead in…