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Iowa Fishing Reports – 10/2/2008

Northeast Mississippi River Pools 9 to 15: Fishing is slowly picking up on the Mississippi River in Pools 9 to 15 with the drop in water temperature. Water levels at Lynxville are 12.3 feet, Guttenberg 4.0 feet, Dubuque 7.12 feet, Bellevue 4.11 feet, and Camanche 9.02 feet. The river is…


Fish Passage Program Restores Habitat in Alaska

This year the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service?s National Fish Passage Program provided nearly $8.3 million to remove or bypass more than 168 barriers to fish passage. Along with nearly $18 million in partnership funds, the Fish Passage Program will help reopen 1,716 miles of streams and rivers and 9,471…


Relaxed Fishing Regulations at Lake Darling

BRIGHTON – The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will relax the fishing regulations at Lake Darling on September 12, to allow anglers to more freely harvest fish before the lake is completely drained to repair a spillway leak, extend the dam, and to perform a lake restoration project. The…


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…


Young Anglers Net Fishing Prizes Including a Lifetime Fishing License

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 30, 2008) — Dylan Gilbert’s passion for bass fishing rivals that of any pro bass angler. Thanks to Neuse Sport Shop located in Kinston, the 10-year-old from Lake Royale will be able indulge that passion for the rest of his life — without ever having to pay…


Fish Kills Have Developed More Slowly in 2008, Virginia Reports

Richmond, VA — Fish kills are occurring in Virginia rivers again this year but have developed more slowly than in past years, according to ongoing studies by the Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. The severity of the kills in the Shenandoah River watershed…


Anglers Reminded of Packaging and Gifting Fish

North Dakota anglers are reminded there is a proper way to package and gift or give away fish. Robert Timian, chief of enforcement for the state Game and Fish Department, said even though most regulations are the same as in past years, a reminder is warranted because some are new,…


Biologists Resume Research Studies In Colorado and Utah in Effort To Recover Endangered Fish

LAKEWOOD, Colo. ? The Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program (Recovery Program) announced today that research studies have resumed in sections of river in the Upper Colorado River Basin in Colorado and Utah to help recover four species of endangered fish ? the humpback chub, bonytail, Colorado pikeminnow and…


Help For Seasoned and New Anglers

Nevada anglers—including those new to the sport as well as seasoned veterans—are fortunate to have a number of readily available, free publications with up-to-date information on just about everything they need to know to enjoy fishing in the state. The most recent publication from Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW), How…


Remaining Fish to Be Removed from Roslyn Lake

CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Beginning next week, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Portland General Electric will attempt to remove the remaining fish from Roslyn Lake before it is drained. Where possible, the fish will be relocated to other waterbodies. Roslyn Lake, located near Sandy, will be drained over the…