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North Louisiana Duo Takes Home Top Prize at Louisiana Saltwater Series Redfish Tournament in Lake Charles

John Sloan and Jess Griffith of Shreveport weighed in a two-redfish limit that totaled 13.95 pounds to take home first prize at the Louisiana Saltwater Series tournament in Lake Charles on Saturday.  To win the tournament, which operated out of Calcasieu Point Landing, the duo anchored on a western jetty…


National Hunting and Fishing Day Comes to North Carolina

RALEIGH, N.C. – For the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday, Sept. 27, is as much about involvement as it is a celebration. All four of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s education centers will host and participate in National Hunting and Fishing Day events: John…


Catch Fish, Shoot Targets at the Utah State Fair Sept. 4-14

Your kids can catch fish and shoot pellet guns at this year’s Utah State Fair. The two activities are just some of the things your family can enjoy at the historic Division of Wildlife Resources building. Located on the south side of the Utah State Fairpark, the building is close…


New Magazine Highlights Fisheries Conservation Work

It’s been 137 years in the making.  Conserving America’s fisheries since 1871, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has launched Eddies: Reflections on Fisheries Conservation — a new quarterly magazine focused on the Service’s Fisheries Program. Eddies highlights the aquatic conservation work of the Service’s Fisheries Program and its partners….


Arizona Welcomes First Captive Bred Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owls

Don’t let the big name fool you. This owl species is anything but big, but thanks to the success of a new captive breeding program in the Valley, the species is growing in number.   Four new fledgling owls were welcomed this spring from two pairs of adult cactus ferruginous…


Louisiana “No License Required” Fishing Weekend

The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission officially proclaimed June 7 and 8 “No License Required” fishing days for Louisiana citizens and visitors during their May 1 meeting.  The promotional fishing dates are provided for novices and non-anglers as an opportunity to experience recreational fishing. The program provides the public with…


“Take Me Fishing” Campaign Reels In New Hampshire Anglers

CONCORD, N.H. – It’s spring, and you know what that means: Fishing!  The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is launching an outreach campaign to remind anglers of the fun and relaxation that fishing can bring, and to encourage them to renew their fishing license for 2008. “You didn’t go…


Fish and Wildlife Service Extending Request for Information for Greater Sage-Grouse

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is extending the period for submitting information regarding the status of the greater sage-grouse by 30 days.  The Service is currently conducting a status review of the greater sage-grouse to determine if the species warrants protection under the Endangered Species Act.  This extension will…