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Atlantic Bluefin Tuna Proposal Not Adopted After Intense Debate

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The proposal to list Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) under Appendix I of CITES was not adopted today by the Parties. The proposal, sponsored by the Principality of Monaco, and strongly supported by the United States, garnered intense debate by the Parties due to the importance of…


Fishing for Hatchery Steelhead on the upper Columbia River Begins Nov. 6

OLYMPIA – A hatchery steelhead fishery opens Nov. 6 on the upper Columbia River from Rocky Beach Dam upstream to 400 feet below Wells Dam, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today. Anglers will have a daily limit of two adipose-fin-clipped hatchery steelhead, which must measure at…


Jewell State Fishing Lake in Kansas to Re-open on October 4

Channel catfish, bass, and bluegill stocked; catch-and-release the first year MANKATO — On Saturday, Oct. 4, the west gate at Jewell State Fishing Lake will be opened to the public. Rains in spring, summer, and fall have raised the water level nearly 14 feet, and with this adequate water level,…


Mr. Catfish is Coming to Urban Lakes in Arizona

Get ready for Mr. Whiskers’ return to urban lakes PHOENIX – Put new line on your fishing reel and get the hot dogs ready – the ever-popular Mr. Whiskers is returning to the 20 urban fishing lakes in the Valley of the Sun and the Tucson area starting the week…


Shrimp Baiting Season Opens Sept. 12 in South Carolina Waters

The 2008 shrimp baiting season will open at noon Friday, Sept. 12 in South Carolina waters. Recreational shrimpers who purchase a shrimp baiting license can legally cast their nets for shrimp over bait during this season. Shrimp baiting season will remain open until noon Tuesday, Nov. 11.  The S.C. Department…


Pacific Salmon Treaty Negotiators Reach Agreement

(Juneau) – The Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) today announced an agreement on a ten-year extension of fishery arrangements under the Pacific Salmon Treaty.  The agreement addresses a number of salmon fisheries in Southeast Alaska, including those near the British Columbia/Alaska border and on several rivers that cross between the two…


Spring Estimate Shows Lake Mille Lacs Walleye Population is Healthy

A recently completed tagging and recapture population estimate shows that Mille Lacs Lake walleye are healthy and able to support the sport fishing this popular central Minnesota lake offers. “After last fall’s gill net survey, there was some uncertainty about the amount of walleye that could be safely harvested from…


DNR and Tower Kleber Limited Partnership Announce Groundbreaking for Black River Streamside Lake Sturgeon Rearing Facility

Department of Natural Resources fisheries officials today announced a northern Michigan hydropower producer will build a streamside sturgeon rearing facility on the Black River as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the Black Lake sturgeon fishery. A groundbreaking to begin construction of the facility will be held July 2 at…


Walleye Discovered in Red Fleet Reservoir

The illegal introduction of these fish could ruin the fishery VERNAL — Walleye were recently discovered in Red Fleet Reservoir, the Division of Wildlife Resources announced June 4. Red Fleet Reservoir is just northeast of Vernal. The fish were collected May 29 during routine gill net surveys. They represent the…


Sport Halibut Fishing to Close Off Westport, Nearshore Will Remain Open 2 Days A Week

OLYMPIA – Anglers will be able to fish for halibut off Westport for two more days – Sunday (June 15) and Tuesday (June 17) – before the offshore portion of Marine Area 2 closes to halibut fishing for the season. However, the nearshore waters of that marine area between Grays…