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MDC staff and volunteers create new fish habitat at Smithville Lake by sinking trees at key locations near the lake shore.

MDC Sinks Trees in Smithville Lake To Help Fish and Anglers

You could call the second annual FISH Day at Smithville Lake a big splash for anglers. Actually, it was about 130 splashes as big trees were anchored down with concrete weights and shoved off barges into the lake on April 13. Each tree sinking to the bottom became new habitat…


Sampling at North Sterling Reservoir of Colorado Indicates Good Fishing in Near Future

Brush, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife has determined that the fish kill at North Sterling this past September was not as significant as previously believed.  Samples confirm that enough fish were spared for continued angling throughout the coming year and through the fishery rebuilding process. “It appears that we…


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Louisiana Women in the Wild Test Fishing Skills in Grand Isle

Participants in the 2nd Annual Louisiana Women in the Wild Program were able to test their fishing skills during two June weekend trips to Grand Isle presented by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF’s) and Cabela’s. Thirty ladies, chosen by lottery drawing, experienced a variety of saltwater fishing…


Orangeburg National Fish Hatchery Celebrates a Century of Conservation in South Carolina

ORANGEBURG, SC— Mules and pond scoops led the way with the first excavation work to build the Orangeburg National Fish Hatchery 100 years  ago this month. Today the hatchery is an integral part of the community in  Orangeburg, South Carolina, near Lakes Marion and Moultrie.  The U.S. Fish  and Wildlife…


LDWF Hosts Second Annual Louisiana Saltwater Series Fishing Tournament

Feb. 16, 2011 – The Louisiana Saltwater Series will soon return to the Gulf Coast for the tournament’s second year. Hosted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), the series is dedicated to catch-and-release saltwater angling through a series of agency-sponsored fishing tournaments. The series was developed by…


Utah is Ready to Raise Its Own Tiger Muskies

1,000 true muskies released in Lee Kay ponds One of the largest sport fish in the country will soon be raised right here in Utah. On June 16, a total of 1,000 true muskies from Nebraska were stocked into ponds at the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range in Salt Lake…


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…


Celebrate Free Fishing Day Sept. 27th in California

Free Fishing Day is Sept. 27 and the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) invites anglers to enjoy California’s abundant fishing opportunities. Twice a year a complimentary day of fishing sets aside the normal requirement for anyone 16 years and older to possess a California fishing license. All other fishing…


Snakehead Eradication Meeting Sept. 18 in Brinkley, Arkansas

BRINKLEY – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold a town hall meeting and public hearing about eradicating northern snakehead fish at 7 p.m., Sept. 18, in Brinkley at the Convention Center. Snakeheads, natives of Asia, were discovered in the Piney Creek…


Lower Kenai River Coho Sampling Project

The Division of Sport Fish is sampling coho salmon caught in the Lower Kenai River sport fishery. From August 1 through September 30 anglers fishing the Lower Kenai River below the Soldotna Bridge may be asked by Fish and Game staff for permission to sample their coho salmon catches. A…