Observations will help shape future fisheries management actions.
Staff and News Reports
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.
Michigan’s wild elk herd is four hours north of Detroit in Pigeon River Country State Forest near Gaylord. Wildlife experts estimate over 1,000 elk live in and around this state forest.
Combination national consumer show, habitat seminar series and family event draws over 30,000.
After dispute over public-lands issue, two-decade run in the state will end, with Colorado a possibility to be new host.
Rod-builder building relationships with student anglers.
Donation of custom-made ring will be up for bid at tonight’s National Wild Turkey Federation ladies’ auction.
Georgia man bags monster Arizona bighorn; initial entry score could surpass the existing world record by over 10 inches.
That’s about 10 percent fewer than in 2015, but slightly more than the recent five-year average.
Changes are the result of continued sampling by the Fish Contaminant Monitoring Program and do not suggest that Illinois fish are becoming more or less contaminated.
Last year, an estimated 163,763 bird watchers from more than 100 countries submitted 162,052 bird checklists reporting 5,689 species – more than half the known bird species in the world.
Added to the board were Dennis Brune, Alex Chalmers, Jason Hart, Glen Johnson and Steve Jordan.
According to the governor’s office, the proposal wouldn’t add new regulations, but would instead drive public engagement and partnerships to address Minnesota’s water quality challenges.
Approximately 4,500 large trout will be distributed among the 14 waters at a rate of 175 to 225 per mile, which is comparable to the numbers of similarly sized fish in Pennsylvania’s best wild trout waters.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz announces decision to scrap H.R.621, which would have mandated the sale of millions of acres of public lands and waters
Man found with 2,066 bluegill, 418 perch and 88 crappies in his freezers
State taking steps, following plan to deploy early detection and containment strategy
To help the deer, biologists and volunteers are spreading specially designed pellets on the ground for the deer to eat
Will restrict anglers to 20 fish per day and a 9-inch minimum length