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Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend Slated for June 13-14

The Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone that Summer Free Fishing Weekend is scheduled for June 13-14. On that weekend, everyone — residents and nonresidents alike — can fish without a license, though all other fishing regulations apply. Michigan has celebrated Free Fishing Weekend annually since 1986 as a way…


Winter Rainbows Arc Across Texas

Annual Rainbow Trout Stockings Begin Dec. 3 AUSTIN, Texas — For an inexpensive, entry-level fishing experience the entire family can enjoy, it doesn’t get much easier than winter rainbow trout fishing in Texas. Beginning Dec. 3 and continuing until mid-March, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will stock upwards of…


Pennsylvania Governor Rendell Announces $44 Million Investiment in Recreation and Conservation Projects

HARRISBURG  — Residents will benefit from the investment of nearly $44 million for 316 conservation and recreation projects that are designed to help revitalize communities and protect natural resources, Governor Edward G. Rendell said today. “The health and vitality of our communities is reflected in the quality of their parks…


Public Comments Sought on Arizona Fish Stocking Program So It Can Continue to Receive Federal Funding

Did you know that the feisty rainbow trout dancing on the end of your fishing line was most likely hatchery raised? Each year, the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks more than 3 million fish for anglers to catch in approximately 160 of Arizona’s lakes, rivers and streams – mostly…


Protect clean water and healthy streams in your community

Washington, DC — Stormwater that dirty, oily runoff from streets and parking lots that contaminates local streams is a leading cause of water pollution in Ohio and around the country. Today, American Rivers and Midwest Environmental Advocates released a new report, “Local Water Policy Innovation:  A Road Map for Community…


Michigan DNR Reminds Anglers About Bait Restrictions

As salmon begin making their way up the state’s rivers from the Great Lakes, the Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the use of uncertified salmon eggs for bait is restricted in some waters as part of a strategy to slow the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS). “Generally…


Interesting Facts About Montana’s Fishing Access Sites

FASs that allow camping = 105.   An overnight camping fee is only charged at 53 of them. FASs fully ADA accessible = 50 FASs located on lakes and reservoirs = 50.   The remaining are on streams & rivers. Largest FAS = Thompson Chain of Lakes at 2, 290 acres Smallest…