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Status of the California Fisheries Report: An Update Through 2011 Now Available Online

Status of the California Fisheries Report: An Update Through 2011 Now Available Online

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) recently released the Status of the Fisheries Report: An Update Through 2011, the sixth in a series of status reports required by the Marine Life Management Act. The report summarizes the status of some of California’s important marine species. The report also helps…


California Sport Ocean Fishing Regulation Changes for 2013

California Sport Ocean Fishing Regulation Changes for 2013

New 2013-2014 Ocean Sport Fishing Regulation booklets are now available at California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) offices and wherever sport fishing licenses are sold. Anglers and divers need to be aware of a number of new fishing regulations that are in effect this year. Regulation changes include the…


Changes Proposed for State Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Regulations in New York

Changes Proposed for State Bobcat Hunting and Trapping Regulations in New York

New Rules Would Increase Opportunities for Sportsmen and Women As Bobcat Population Expands Under Governor Cuomo’s Open for Hunting and Fishing initiative, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is proposing changes to regulations that would provide increased hunting and trapping opportunities for sportsmen and sportswomen for the…


FWP Seeks Comments From Anglers

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comments from anglers and others on issues that could result in future changes or improvements to Montana’s fishing regulations. “We are looking to anglers for their thoughts on what issues should be addressed when we propose the 2012-2015 fishing regulation changes to the…


TPWD to Consider Sweeping Deer Hunting Regulation Changes

AUSTIN, Texas -The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has transitioned away from political boundaries for the purpose of monitoring white-tailed deer populations and toward biologically-based communities or Resource Management Units (RMUs). The department has identified 33 unique RMUs across the state having similar soils, vegetation types and land use practices…


DEC Adopts New Freshwater Fishing Rules for 2008-2010 Seasons

Changes to Become Effective October 1, 2008 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis today announced the finalization of changes to freshwater fishing regulations for the 2008-2010 seasons. These new regulations will become effective on October 1, 2008, and enhance fishing opportunities for anglers across New…


NRC Considering Deer Regulation Changes Thursday

The Department of Natural Resources recently recommended three changes to deer regulations relating to buck hunting in the Upper Peninsula, antlerless hunting and to allow the harvest of albino or all-white deer. These regulation changes will be considered at Thursday’s meeting of the Natural Resources Commission in Lansing at the…


Public Hearings Scheduled Regarding Dove Hunting Season Regulations

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) will hold three public hearings to receive input on proposed changes to the dove season structure for the 2008-2009 season. The purpose of the proposed regulation changes is to manage Georgia’s migratory game birds according to sound principles of wildlife…


Fisheries Public Input Meetings Still Available

LITTLE ROCK – There are 8 remaining public input meetings scheduled by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to give anglers the opportunity to comment on the proposed fishing regulation changes for 2009. The input meetings are part of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s regulations-setting process. All the remaing…


Division of Wildlife to hold public meetings on status of waterfowl hunting changes in Northeast

Representatives from the Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) will hold five meetings in May to discuss proposed changes to waterfowl hunting in the northeast region of the state.   Potential property hunting regulation changes to affect restricted access, limited hunting through reservations, hunting hours restrictions, and mandatory check out will be…