Make it fun early, and you have an angler for life
Target them, and it could happen
Contests highlight angling opportunities
Steuben angler lands new state standard
There are sleepless nights leading up to the walleye opener.
It can be tough to put muskies in the boat. They’re not called “the fish of 10,000 casts” for nothing.
Whether it’s bass, walleyes, pike, or perch… in any weather at any age, angling can bond parents and kids, friends and mere acquaintances, or even perfect strangers.
Effort on Wednesday and Thursday of this week located the aquatic invasive species just outside infestation area near boat landing treated last fall and winter
Susquehanna pollution gets blame for cancerous bass
Why long-shanked and short-shanked jigs tipped with live bait remain a go-to option for every self-respecting north-country walleye fisherman.
NRC votes on several fishing regulation changes for the ’15 season
Strong year classes set the stage for some fine fishing
Solid divisions on C&R season for Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River
Some maintaining positive outlook over Mille Lacs regulations
DNR backs off on proposal to allow ‘CDR’ bass fishing.
Bass limit stays at six, and night fishing ban – enforced from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. – begins Monday, May 11, and extends to Tuesday, Dec. 1. (Exceptions to night ban beginning June 8: muskie angling and bowfishing.)
Thanks to the work of DNR biologists, Lake Michigan anglers have gotten a glimpse of what’s happening with major sportfish in and around the Chicago harbors.
A new rule allowing anglers to troll for fish on inland waters statewide beginning in 2015 might not be in effect for the general game-fishing opener that arrives this year on Saturday, May 2.
Inland cisco and lake whitefish populations – important game fish forage species and also sought for eating by some anglers – are declining in Wisconsin, and more research is needed on the impact that may be having on walleye and muskie populations, as well as water quality, according to a state fisheries research report.
Regs changes effective April 1
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has announced members will be allowed to spear and/or net walleyes from northern Minnesota’s Lake Vermilion this spring.
The annual Northwest Sportshow is set for March 25-29 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Some state lawmakers and those within Gov. John Kasich’s administration no longer appear on the same page when it comes to fighting the spread of algae in Lake Erie since a toxin contaminated drinking water for 400,000 people in Ohio and Michigan last August.
With another open-water fishing season approaching, it’s time to think about getting the boat out of storage and begin the process of prepping it for another year.
Predictions are that the spring coho fishing will live up to expectations, but once the fish head out into the deeper water, a repeat of last season’s disappointing summer fishing seems likely.
New York’s striped bass anglers will have a one-fish limit this year, with the minimum size remaining intact at 28 inches.