The shrimp, the whole shrimp and nothing but the shrimp, that’s what Oregon commercial shrimpers aim to catch when the season opens April 1.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife wants to remind ocean anglers of two important regulation changes that begin April 1 and continue through the end of September.
Ron Bane Sr. has been fishing the North Branch of the Susquehanna River between Danville and its confluence with the West Branch near here for more than a decade.
Family Fishing Clinics is an introductory class to fishing and now more dates have been added around the state. It’s a chance to learn everything from tying a proper knot to casting techniques.
The Bass Federation, in partnership with FLW Outdoors, will host the 2nd Annual Student Angler Federation (SAF) South Carolina High School Fishing State Championship at Lake Greenwood.
Land a lunker for loot. Boat a bluegill for bucks. Catch a crappie for cash.
Spring is definitely here and everything is kicking into high gear.
Can a mouse help you catch fish? It can if it’s a computer mouse.
Rainbow trout will be stocked in Oahe Marina near Fort Pierre, starting in early April and continuing during the month.
ABAJO MOUNTAINS: (March 27) Conservation Officer Dennis Shumway reports slow fishing during the past week. Blanding #4 is open and people are pulling out a few rainbows using spinners, PowerBait and worms. The ice is off at Recapture Reservoir, but little if any fishing pressure has been documented. Blanding #3 is now ice-free and fishing is fair using spinners, PowerBait…
State fish managers expect nearly double the number of hatchery Chinook salmon to cross the Lower Granite Dam and enter Idaho this spring.
When James D. Hitchens of Georgetown set out yesterday for his favorite Sussex County fishing hole, he planned to catch largemouth bass, baiting his line with a live shiner minnow.
Fishermen targeting gag grouper in state waters off the coast of Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson and Taylor counties will be able to take some of their catch home for dinner starting April 1.
More than one million trout will be stocked by the end of this year, thanks to efforts by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
All the fish you can take! Well, not quite, but for anglers at Evans County Public Fishing Area, the limit on what they can take will increase significantly as preparations are made for an upcoming improvements project on the area.
Anglers will now have the opportunity to catch rainbow trout at the new Maple Avenue Nature Park, thanks to cooperation between the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Terre Haute Parks and Recreation Department.
The Department of Natural Resources’ Fisheries Division is asking for public input on potential changes to brook trout daily possession limits for Upper Peninsula streams.
The Department of Natural Resources’ Fisheries Division is asking for public input on the management of northern pike in Michigan by reviewing some proposed regulations.
To ensure that Michigan’s fisheries resources are managed properly and are providing the best benefits to anglers and the public, the Department of Natural Resources annually fine-tunes fishing regulations.
Biologists on Wednesday determined that zebra mussels are present in Smithville Lake, a 7,200-acre impoundment north of Kansas City.
As ice-out begins and waters warm, anglers should regularly visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) website to check for seasonal closures that protect fish spawning areas.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has completed renovations on the Haven’s Garden Boating Access Area, and it is now open to the public.
Lake Austin has produced two more Toyota ShareLunkers, bringing its season total to five. The last two were caught on the same day, March 21.
Kids 15 years and younger can mark the arrival of spring by attending free fishing clinics on Saturday, April 14, at several lagoons and ponds in Milwaukee, Racine, Washington and Waukesha counties.
he Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announces that the 2012 trout and general freshwater fishing season will begin at 6 a.m. on Saturday, April 14.
Now that our surprisingly warm and short winter has come to an end, New Hampshire Fish and Game Hatcheries Supervisor Jason Smith can’t help but get excited about open water angling, and more specifically, trout fishing.