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Early Summer Fishing Can Be Good in Ponds and Small Lakes

Early Summer Fishing Can Be Good in Ponds and Small Lakes

First there’s a splash and then rings of ripples move outward. Ponds and lakes become lively places in early summer as bluegills and bass chase bugs and minnows, a good thing for anglers. June and early July are good months to fish from shore in small waters. Insects, frogs and…


Fly Fish Texas Coming to Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center March 7

ATHENS, Texas — If you’ve ever thought about taking up fly-fishing, Fly Fish Texas is for you. The annual event takes place this year March 7 at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center (TFFC) in Athens. Show hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. All Fly Fish Texas activities are free…


Kids Fishing Opportunities Enhanced by Pond Renovations in Illinois

Family fishing Waters Grant helps fund project at Lake Le-Aqua-Na SRA LENA, ILL. – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is renovating a former fish rearing pond at Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Recreation Area in Stephenson County for use as a kids fishing pond available for fishing clinics and recreational…


217,000 Walleyes Stocked in Vermont This Year

WATERBURY, VT – Vermont anglers will be glad to hear that the state’s walleye stocking program was highly successful this year.  The cooperative walleye rearing and stocking program was successful in all respects,  said Thomas Wiggins, who heads up the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s fish culture program.  We are…


Breeding Ducks Down, But Still Above Long-term Average

Estimate is 9 percent below last year but 11 percent above long-term average WASHINGTON, DC — According to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS), the preliminary estimate of total ducks from the 2008 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey was just over 37 million. This is a 9 percent…


2008 Waterfowl Survey Shows Ducks Breeding Farther North, Bypassing Dry Prairies

The preliminary estimate of total ducks from the 2008 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey was just over 37 million, which is a nine percent decline from last year’s estimate, but still 11 percent greater than the 1955-2007 average. In the U.S. and Canadian prairies, population estimates of many species…


Wyoming Free Fishing Day Is June 7

CHEYENNE– Both residents and nonresidents alike can fish for free with no license required all day in Wyoming on Saturday, June 7.  Free Fishing Day was authorized in 2003 by the Wyoming State Legislature. On June 7, anglers can fish for free on all waters in Wyoming with the exception…


Nesting Swans Delay Access to Some Sand Creek Ponds

The continued nesting success of trumpeter swans at the Sand Creek Wildlife Management Area in the Upper Snake Region will once again delay access to portions of the area until July 1. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has restricted fishing and public access to Ponds 4 and 2…


Leaky Pond Solutions That Hold Water

The Conservation Department has help for pond owners with ebbing fortunes. JEFFERSON CITY-Most ponds lose some water due to leaks, and it’s not uncommon for the water level in ponds to fall in the summer or during times of drought. However, the Missouri Department of Conservation says if your pond…


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…