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Feather River Salmon Season Starts in California

Feather River Salmon Season Starts in California

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is reminding anglers of the fishing regulations for the 2013 salmon season on the Feather River. The regulations are effective Tuesday, July 16. The California Fish and Game Commission adopts yearly regulations to help ensure the health of fish populations and give…


Brood Stock Atlantic Salmon Offer Exciting Fall Fishing In New Hampshire

CONCORD, N.H. — Anglers looking for some challenging catch-and-release sport fishing while they’re enjoying the fall foliage should head to the Merrimack and Pemigewasset rivers to hook the “King of Fish.”  October and November are prime months for fall Atlantic salmon fishing in New Hampshire. Expect some great salmon fishing…


Federal Grant to Help Wisconsin Test for Deadly Fish Disease

MADISON – The Department of Natural Resources has received a $141,724 grant from the federal government to sample fish in 2009 for VHS fish disease. “This is really good news,” says Mike Staggs, DNR fisheries director. “The grant will allow DNR to continue our VHS monitoring in wild fish populations…


Curly Leaf Pondweed in McClusky Canal, North Dakota

The recent discovery of curly leaf pondweed in the McClusky Canal in central North Dakota serves as a reminder for all water recreationists, including waterfowl hunters, to abide by regulations intended to help prevent the spread of aquatic nuisance species. A state Game and Fish Department fisheries crew discovered the…


NOAA: Seven Stocks Removed from Overfishing List, None Added

2007 status of U.S. fisheries report released NOAA announced today that seven stocks have been removed from the overfishing list and no new stocks added in their annual report to Congress on the status of fishing stocks. The report tracks both population levels and harvest rates for species caught in…


Largemouth Bass – Good or Bad

Are largemouth bass a good fish or a bad fish? Depending on which lake or pond you are visiting this can be a very difficult question. In Nevada, anglers consider largemouth bass to be one of the most desired game fish, but in special ponds like those at the Ash…


Mountain Lake Guide 2008 Edition Now Available

More than four decades ago, fisheries biologist Pat Marcuson started keeping meticulous notes on the natural lakes that dot the major mountain ranges of south central Montana. Fish species. Maximum, minimum and average fish size and weight. Stocking details. Availability of firewood and camp sites. Elevation and distance from trails….


Western Minnesota Walleye Populations Get A Boost

Natural reproduction, combined with an occasional stocking boost by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), has turned west-central Minnesota into one of the best walleye fishing areas in the country. “For years, lakes such as Traverse, Lac qui Parle, Big Stone, and Oliver have provided good catches of walleye, and…


DFG Announces Changes to Recreational Groundfish 2008 Fishing Regulations

Emergency regulations to restrict recreational fishing for groundfish in northern California to depths of less than 120 feet went into effect today. The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced that the regulations are now effective in both state and federal waters. The new depth restriction began May 1 in…