The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will open the upper Snake River for spring chinook fishing on Sunday, April 22.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a Family Fishing Event Saturday, April 21 at Hebo Lake from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a public meeting Wednesday, April 25 from 7-9 p.m. to discuss past, present and future management of Gold Lake.
The Rockaway Beach Lions and Lioness clubs will host a grand opening at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 21 to christen a new public fishing dock at Lake Lytle on the Oregon coast.
Diamond Lake is covered with snow and ice about one to three feet deep. Anglers who start the season ice fishing are reminded that man-made ice holes can be no larger than 12 inches in diameter.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a Family Fishing event Saturday, April 21 at St. Louis Ponds from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Come join the Colorado Women Fly Fishers and Colorado Parks and Wildlife for a day of beginning fly fishing, Saturday, May 12 at the Kassler Center at Chatfield Reservoir in Littleton.
On March 10, Nicole Wilson of Topeka caught a rainbow trout eclipsing Melkus’ fish, and it now stands as the Kansas state record — as of this writing.
Indiana’s muskie record turns 10 years old this spring, causing at least one expert to wonder how much longer the record can last.
Indiana’s muskie stocking program is off to a good start this year after DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife biologists collected a record-matching 1.9 million eggs from adult female muskies at Lake Webster.
Spring is here – and it is nearly time again for high school anglers in Illinois to take to the water for the annual Illinois High School Bass Fishing Tournament Series.
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One of the country’s best trout fishing waters could be ice free within the next week or two.
New hunting rules approved by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission for the 2012-14 seasons will expand hunting opportunities for elk and cougar, but leave intact the statewide ban on using electronic decoys to attract waterfowl.
State fishery managers are planning another morning razor-clam dig this month on Washington’s ocean beaches, as long as marine toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat.
The WDFW is seeking nominees to the advisory panel that counsels state representatives to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC), an international body dedicated to protecting fish and wildlife on the high seas.
Women are invited to explore the finest of fishing at the next “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” seminar, April 20-22 at the I.T. Parker Community Center in Dania Beach in the Fort Lauderdale area.
Teaching children a lifelong hobby, instilling appreciation for our marine environment and providing fun, family outings are the objectives for the upcoming Kids’ Fishing Clinic in Panacea.
The Department of Fish and Game’s (DFG) Trout Fest is expanding in 2012. Trout Fest is a free educational event that introduces people to the sport of fishing and responsible angling.
Action: Extends the season for chinook and steelhead angling on the mainstem Columbia River downstream of Bonneville Dam.
The word “classic” generally conjures up images of cars, movies, and literature. At Pipestem Resort State Park “classic” is tied to fly fishing in the Bluestone River and the packaged experience is tagged “Trout Wrangler.”
Perseverance and a love for fishing rewarded 14-year-old Colton Bustillos of Torrington with a listing in the Wyoming state fish record book as the holder of Wyoming’s new record stonecat.
North Dakota’s paddlefish snagging season opens May 1 and is scheduled to continue through the end of the month.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hosting a seminar on warm water fly fishing opportunities near Ft. Collins.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife is sponsoring a fly tying class during the month of April. The class is a three-day progressive fly tying class.
Recreational anglers taking cod in New Hampshire waters should be aware of new interim state rules, likely to take effect on May 1, 2012, which reduce the minimum length and creel limits for Atlantic cod and make our state rules compatible with new Federal regulations.