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.
A new Oklahoma state record largemouth bass was caught Friday, March 23, at Cedar Lake in southeast Oklahoma.
Idaho anglers will be able to start fishing for Chinook salmon on Sunday, April 22.
BAKER RESERVOIR: (March 23) Catchable-sized rainbow trout will be stocked this week. Fishing is slow to fair. A recent survey found good numbers of quality-sized brown trout (weighing up to four or five pounds). Early spring is a good time to target browns with minnow-imitating lures and flies or frozen minnows. BARKER RESERVOIRS (NORTH CREEK LAKES): (March 23) Most lakes…
BURRASTON PONDS: (March 23) Anglers report fair to good fishing success using traditional baits. CANYON VIEW PARK POND: (March 23) The pond was stocked with fish this week. Anglers report fair to good fishing success using traditional baits and lures. The fish tend to gather together in deeper water. DEER CREEK RESERVOIR: (March 23) The ice is off of Deer…
Anglers are expected to be out in force on April 1 for the start of the open-water fishing season on landlocked salmon/lake trout-managed lakes in New Hampshire.
BIG SANDWASH RESERVOIR: (March 23) At last report, the ice was starting to rot and melt. Recent winds may have cleared the ice off completely. (The ice is gone at other reservoirs with similar elevations.) Fishing should be fair to good once the ice has melted. BROUGH RESERVOIR: (March 23) The lake ice is gone. We've had reports of fair…
Water-related activities on New Jersey's Grenloch Lake suspended for cleanup and monitoring after fuel spill
The Department of Environmental Protection, NJ TRANSIT, Washington Township and the Gloucester County Health Department are advising the public that fishing and all other water-related activities on Grenloch Lake are suspended until further notice while monitoring and cleanup activities related to a Jan. 12 fuel spill.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks released its decision today to move forward with its Missouri River Basin Northern Pike Suppression Project. The joint Region 3/Region 4 project seeks to reduce the threat posed to wild trout populations in the Upper Missouri River Basin.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Salmon and Trout Enhancement Program (STEP) Advisory Committee will meet in Reedsport on Friday, April 13, 2012.
Sportfishing seasons for halibut will be four days longer in Puget Sound, and more fish will be available for harvest early in the season off the state’s southern coast under catch quotas for 2012 adopted by the International Pacific Halibut Commission.