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PFBC To Host Public Meeting on Susquehanna Smallmouth

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) is inviting anglers and others with an interest in the management and protection of smallmouth bass in the Susquehanna River to a free public meeting on Saturday, January 31, at the River Rescue Building in Harrisburg. The meeting will touch…


Clear-Smithport Lake to Undergo Second Drawdown

The second in a series of drawdowns of Clear-Smithport Lake, recommended by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Inland Fisheries Division, will begin on June 16, 2008.  Inland Fisheries biologists reported positive results after last summer’s drawdown and a second drawdown should further improve the lake’s ecosystem. Clear-Smithport…


Tiger Muskie Challenge — Finding Fish That Are Free of Disease

Aquatic diseases in other parts of the country could affect tiger muskie fishing here in Utah. A tiger muskie is a cross between a Northern pike and a muskellunge (more commonly referred to as a “muskie”). Tiger muskies are sterile fish that can’t reproduce. Utah has a disease-free population of…


Three Eastern Nebraska Lakes Experience Severe Die-Offs

LINCOLN, Neb. – Three popular eastern Nebraska lakes experienced severe winter die-offs, causing Nebraska Game and Parks Commission biologists to restock them and adjust management practices to help prevent future similar occurrences. The lakes involved were Memphis Lake at Memphis State Recreation Area (SRA) in Saunders County, and Lakes Nos….