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Friday, March 31st, 2023

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March 16, 2011

Dock in downtown Cleveland and take in the city

Downtown Cleveland will become a port for those recreational boaters looking to tie up and take in a ball game, visit the Great Lakes Science Center, or tour the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded through its Service’s Boating Infrastructure Grant money to build a transient marina

IL: Current Closures of DNR Sites or Areas:

Northwest * Shower buildings throughout the Region close on November 1 for the winter season. * Anderson Lake – Flooding of the Illinois River has caused the closure of the campground at the site along with all of the lower roads. Please contact the site for additional information * Apple River – Family campground closed

OK: Weekly Fishing Report

MARCH 16, 2011 CENTRAL Arcadia: March 14. Elevation normal, water 52. Crappie fair to good on spinnerbaits and crankbaits at 6-8 ft. at the enclosed fishing dock in the mornings. All other fishing fair. Report submitted by Linnie Mason, gate attendant. Overholser: March 13. Elevation below normal, water 54 and murky. Channel catfish slow to

Minnesota DNR to expand muskie fishing opportunities

Roosevelt Lake in northern Crow Wing County and the Sauk River chain of lakes in Stearns County southwest of St. Cloud will be stocked with muskellunge this fall in response to growing angler interest, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “This decision is a positive step consistent with our long-range management plan

Hunters gaining ground in SE Michigan

With hunters and snowmobilers fighting to maintain their right to use the Huron-Manistee National Forest, and hunting property being nibbled away here and there around the state, it is quite nice to see what’s happening in southeast Michigan’s Washington Township right now. In February, the township board, on the advice of a committee formed a

OK: Waterfowl Report

Conservation Order Light Goose Season is open February 14 to March 30. For additional information and regulations visit NORTHEAST   Ft. Gibson: Lake level is 0.61 feet above normal. Habitat condition is good, with smartweed, barnyard grass and some agricultural crops in the area. Goose numbers are low. Hunting activity is light, with low

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