Turtle and Long lakes (Douglas County) and Lake Reno (Pope and Douglas counties) also designated
It was a better year for the smallmouth bass stocking program on Kinkaid Lake after last year produced few fish for the lake.
Hundreds of volunteer leaders from Trout Unlimited will gather in Middleton, Sept. 25-29, as Wisconsin hosts the conservation group’s annual national meeting.
Fish tops 60 pounds
Ever see a 12-inch bluegill?
Michigan prepares for second visit from Bassmaster Elite professional anglers
A study to see if artificial structure placed in rearing ponds improves growth rates and hardiness of muskies is being conducted at the Wild Rose Fish Hatchery.
Champlain, Erie, Allegheny River eyed for stocking if habitat suitable
DNR to review existing regs for 19 lakes, propose new regulations for three others
225 samples taken from Maumee River, 100 from Sandusky River for test
Summer salmon fishing on Lake Michigan is shaping up to be an unusual season.
More than 43 tons of fluke in 2009-11
The $50 million federal plan released recently for keeping Asian carp out of the Great Lakes did include measures to prevent the fish from jumping the continental divide from the Wabash River system over to the Lake Erie basin via the Maumee River.
State fisheries officials are recommending new pike and muskie regulations for numerous Michigan lakes as part of a management strategy developed in recent years through public meetings and stakeholder input.
Might changes be in store for some of Pennsylvania’s most popular trout streams?
Are Mille Lacs tribal members more often this summer employing the method of walleye fishing used by state-licensed anglers?
As it turns out, hooking and hoisting a catfish that challenges the 124-pound world record is actually the easy part.
A $14 million renovation of the Kettle Moraine Springs State Fish Hatchery that will allow the DNR to raise more Great Lakes trout and salmon has been tentatively approved as part of the new two-year state budget.
Results of a DNR study of walleyes in the Upper Peninsula’s Bays de Noc has revealed naturally reproduced fish are contributing more to the population than stocking efforts.
A $50 million federal plan released last week for keeping hungry Asian carp from reaching the valuable fish populations of the Great Lakes calls for reinforcing electrical and other barriers
Two anglers and a bowfisherman set three new state fish records with one whopper Lake Michigan whitefish and a pair of bigmouth buffalo that went better than 70 pounds.
Early opener, increased muskie size minimum among proposals
Ohio and Kentucky fishery officials are taking a hard look at part of the Ohio River in search of the invasive Asian carp.
Patrick Johnson, of Toledo, has set a new bowfishing record for carp and he says he has his fishing partner, Brent McGlone, to thank for it.
Bassmaster Magazine recently published its list of the top 100 bass-fishing waters for 2013, and five Michigan lakes, including the No. 1-ranked Lake St. Clair, were on it, further evidence of Michigan’s standing as a premier bass-fishing destination
Five years into a 6-year experiment to determine whether the Lake Huron brown trout fishery can be restored state fisheries managers have concluded it’s time to cut bait.