Anglers in 18 southeastern counties are ready for a new fishing season to start Saturday, April 1.
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In 2005, CWD was found in captive and wild white-tailed deer in Oneida County. After intensive disease response efforts, no subsequent cases have been detected.
“We hope our scholarship program helps recruits these students who already enjoy fishing and understand the importance of conservation efforts through their involvement with B.A.S.S. to pursue a college degree in natural resource professions.”
The Toolkit aims to help increase participation from the current 46 million anglers to 60 million by 2021.
Jordan Lee earned $300,000 and the most coveted trophy in the sport.
Initiative promoting state parks and forestlands as invaluable learning tools of higher education.
Greater chance for encounters with both animals as spring arrives in New York state.
Cuddeback, manufacturer of trail cameras with the world’s fastest trigger speed, according to the company, has selected Source Outdoor Group of Gainesville, Ga., as its marketing firm. Source Outdoor Group specializes in public relations, marketing, communications, and media relations in the outdoor and firearms industry. With clients that include some of the biggest names in the outdoor industry, Source Outdoor…
Kit was donated to Lowellville Rod & Gun Club in Lowellville, Ohio, in the hopes of furthering the involvement of its juniors in air rifle shooting programs.
The study will aid in the active management of the prehistoric species in Lake Sharpe.
Reports say their traps snared a wolf, a deer, foxes, even dogs.
Dave Allen, Vista Outdoor president of outdoor products, joins Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Board
He joins 29 other leaders from the sportsmen’s community and allied industries who are committed to CSF’s mission of protecting and advancing hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping.
NYSOHOF dedicated to honoring individuals who have spent many years preserving our outdoor heritage, working for conservation, or enhancing our outdoor sports for future generations.
Award is given annually to the organization or entity that best exemplifies excellence in conservation and wildlife and land stewardship.
Owning a two-shot advantage thanks to a winning smallbore score shot, WVU secured its nation-best 19th national championship with a season-high air rifle score.
Now in its fourth year, the popular program provides adult mentors with an opportunity to take kids fishing before the traditional rush of the regional and statewide opening days of trout season.
Focus now turns to turkey season and reporting that harvest.
Observations will help shape future fisheries management actions.
Despite four fatalities, DEC records lowest number of hunting-related shooting incidents on record.
One order overturns the lead ammunition and fishing tackle ban on Fish and Wildlife Service lands, waters, and facilities. The other advances conservation stewardship, improves game and habitat management and increases outdoor recreation opportunities by directing bureaus and agencies to immediately identify areas where recreation and fishing can be expanded.
Anglers reminded that possession of the fish species is strictly prohibited.
“He was born in the West. He lives in the West. He understands it, he understands its people.”
The surveys documented 172 nesting or territorial pairs of bald eagles in New Jersey, up from 161 the previous year, and 42 new osprey nests were counted for a record total of 515.
Cases localized to an existing management area in the western part of the state.
New or modified regulations established for various fish species and methods of take.
The 759 athletes representing 49 states were selected following championship competition at the state level that totaled 2,568 competitors.