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March 30, 2011

WA: Second round of razor-clam digs tentatively scheduled in April

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) plans to open ocean beaches for a second round of razor-clam digging in April if marine toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat. In addition to the dig tentatively scheduled April 7-9 at Long Beach and Twin Harbors, WDFW also hopes to open those beaches …

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CWD in PA: a question of when, not if

A prediction made by two Pennsylvania Game Commission officials recently is extremely alarming. One official – PGC wildlife veterinarian Dr. Walter Cottrell – said in a story that appeared in Pennsylvania Outdoors News that it’s probable that chronic wasting disease is either already in the state or it’s only a matter of time before it

Louisiana Saltwater Series Fishing Tourneys Kick off at Seaway Marina on April 2

Louisiana Saltwater Series Fishing Tournament, hosted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will open April 2, 2011, in Lafitte, La., at the Seaway Marina. The series is dedicated to catch-and-release saltwater angling through a series of agency-sponsored fishing tournament. The series was developed by LDWF in conjunction with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries

Shark, Stingray Leap into Boats

You know it must be time to go fishing in Texas and Florida when big ones are literally jumping into boats there. Decked Out This week, two potentially dangerous marine critters went airborne and landed on the decks of watercraft, in one instance smacking down a woman tourist. A five-foot spotted eagle ray estimated to

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