Legislation that could pave the way for a dove hunting season in New York has been introduced in the state Senate.
New York wildlife biologists don’t see all-day spring gobbler hunting in the state’s near future, even though it’s a move neighboring states like Pennsylvania and Ohio have made in recent years
DEC has loosened its summer flounder (fluke), scup (porgy) and black sea bass regulations in light of data that shows those fish stocks are healthier than originally believed
Not everyone caught walleyes during last weekend’s fishing opener, but even those who didn’t couldn’t find much to complain about given the fine weather.
St. Paul — A small section in the recently passed Game and Fish Bill includes a restriction on land purchase – both easement and fee title – but DNR officials say it should have little practical effect. The language in question reads like this: “Except (for the small-game surcharge) revenue from the sale of game and fish licenses and permits,…
U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack is seeking to eliminate some of the federal hurdles to guiding on popular Minnesota waters like Lake Mille Lacs.
An upcoming survey will ask dove hunters from across the United State to share their experiences and opinions about dove hunting
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comment on a proposed 2012-13 general wolf hunting and trapping season. The general season would run from Sept. 1 to Feb. 28, 2013, with trapping allowed from Dec. 15 to the end of the general wolf season. Trapping and hunting of wolves is provided for in Montana's wolf conservation and management plan. Montana's…
A little luck nabbed a record size largemouth bass for 20-year-old Dylan Gilmore of Perry
A hunt for mule deer and big horn sheep on Utah’s Antelope Island may be extended for an additional five years through a proposal being considered by Utah officials.
Despite frustration and misgivings, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission voted Thursday to give the department staff permission to set up rules for administering a series of new and exclusive big-game auction tags.
Gov. Terry Branstad signed an executive order Friday legalizing the use of lead shot in the hunting of doves
Responding to frustration over the inability to reduce the wolf population through last winter’s hunt, Montana wildlife officials gave tentative approval
Reducing fishermen’s catch of Chinook salmon may not increase the availability of prey for endangered Puget Sound orcas
Trophy buck shot in Illinois is fathering fawns in Trophy buck shot in Midwest fathering fawns in Louisiana
A half-dozen does are pregnant because hunter Mike Toney remembered a study done years ago at Louisiana State University
Cabela’s Incorporated has announced the participating waters for Wanna Go Fishing for Millions?, a contest giving anglers a shot at up to $2 million in cash
Seven Kansas lakes involved; tagged fish could be worth big bucks
Ohio hunters killed a preliminary total of 8,898 bearded wild turkeys during the first week of the spring turkey-hunting season
State wildlife and environmental protection officials have finished counting the number of fish found dead along a three-mile stretch of the Rocky River.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture has lifted its quarantine of five exotic animals removed from a Zanesville farm
A Wayne County lawmaker wants to revive lifetime hunting and fishing licenses in Michigan to provide a broader licensing option
The bill has been called “the most significant pro-sportsmen’s legislation of the past 15 years” by the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance
Anglers statewide can expect good fishing on all of the Great Lakes this summer, with Lake Huron possibly leading the way.
Pennsylvania game commissioners gave final approval to hunting seasons and bag limits at their most recent meeting in Harrisburg
The state’s five-county elk population continues to grow and expand and is healthy
Joshua McCaulley, of Grazierville, Blair County, is an average fellow in many ways, but one thing that sets him apart from the crowd is his interest in and love for reptiles and amphibians