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Didymo found in South Holston River, in Tennessee. Photo by Dr. Justin Murdock, Tennessee Tech University (Click link at bottom of page for high-resolution photos) Media Contact: Jodie B. Owen 919-707-0187 jodie.owen@ncwildlife.org

Trout Anglers Should Take Precautions after Discovery of Nuisance Algae

WHITTIER, N.C. (Jan. 25, 2016) – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission advises trout anglers fishing in western North Carolina waters to be especially diligent when cleaning their fishing equipment after didymo, a nuisance algae, was found in the Tuckasegee River in Jackson County. Researchers from Tennessee Tech University collected cells…


Trout Anglers In Wisconsin Being Asked To Report Incidents Of Gill Lice In Brook Trout

Trout Anglers In Wisconsin Being Asked To Report Incidents Of Gill Lice In Brook Trout

Bizrate FITCHBURG, Wis. – Alert trout anglers’ reports to state fish biologists have brought to light a potential threat to Wisconsin’s native brook trout, and all trout anglers are now being asked to help track that threat. Populations of a small parasitic crustacean — called a copepod by scientists but…


DFG Recognizes the 100th Angler To Complete Heritage Trout Challenge

Sacramento – Gavin O’Leary of Fresno is the 100th angler to complete the California Heritage Trout Challenge. The challenge requires anglers to catch six of the eleven types of trout native to California. The California Heritage Trout Challenge highlights the diversity of native trout and provides an incentive for anglers…


Fall Stockings and Sufficient Flows Mean a Great Autumn for Trout Anglers Urban Fishing Areas of Connecticut, Trout Parks and TMA’s Among the Areas to be Stocked

FALL…when cool, crisp days, clear blue skies, bright white clouds, and vibrant foliage provide a spectacular backdrop for trout fishing! The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that its annual autumn trout stockings have begun. During September and October, DEP expects to release nearly 44,000 trout into selected waters…


Fall Trout Fishing in New Jersey – 2008

2008 Fall Trout Stocking Schedule Trout Fishing Facts & Information (When, Where, How) (pdf, 18kb) Fantastic fishing opportunities await trout anglers at dozens of fall trout-stocked streams and lakes in New Jersey. This year fall stocking begins Tuesday, October 7 and continues through October 15. Over this period a total…


Coursey Springs State Fish Hatchery Closed for Renovations

The largest trout hatchery owned by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) closed for renovations June 1, 2008. Coursey Springs Hatchery has been responsible for about 30 percent of the 1.2 million trout stocked annually by VDGIF. The more than 40 years old hatchery will be completely…


New Striped Bass and Mountain Trout Regulations Go into Effect July 1

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 18, 2008)– New regulations affecting striped bass anglers fishing in eastern North Carolina rivers and trout anglers fishing in public mountain trout waters will go into effect July 1. Two striped bass regulations, which were developed jointly by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the N.C. Division…


Jocassee Gorges Angler Access Area Now Features Barrier-Free Fishing

The new and improved Dug Mountain Angler Access Area, a popular fishing spot within Jocassee Gorges in northern Pickens County, was the site of a celebration May 22. Duke Energy, Trout Unlimited and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) cooperated on the special project to improve access and site…


Plan Now To Complete The Cutt-Slam

CHEYENNE– Sometime this year, the number of anglers who have completed Wyoming’s Cutt-Slam program will reach the 500 milestone.  To date, 479 anglers in 39 states and two foreign countries have completed requirements and have been awarded Cutt-Slam certificates. “That number is significant not only because of the effort fisheries…


CT DEP Reminds Opening Day Anglers To Take Precautions To Prevent Spread Of “Didymo” Into Connecticut Waters

Highly invasive alga found last year in several popular trout streams in the Northeast, Anglers considered an important vector in spread of didymo. With Opening Day of trout season this weekend, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is reminding anglers and boaters to be on the lookout for the…