April 1 remains important date for New York anglers
April 1 doesn’t even have to be circled on the calendar if you’re a New York angler. It’s still that big of a day. Even though new fishing regulations put in place in recent years
Rainbow trout: A welcomed invasive to Pennsylvania
I was surprised to read an article recently that characterized the rainbow trout as an invasive species throughout much of the world. In my youth, local stocked streams received lots of both brook and rainbow trout.
Steelhead population progresses in Minnesota waters of Lake Superior
The steelhead (rainbow trout) population in Minnesota waters of Lake Superior is growing again with the hopes of fisheries managers that it can return to the levels of the 1950s and ’60s. Lake Superior DNR
Red Lake Nation leadership looks to restore Upper Red Lake boundaries
At the State of the Band address on March 10, Red Lake Nation Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki Sr. shared that the band will look to contact the United States secretary of the Interior to discuss
Shad restoration efforts in the Susquehanna River continue
As part of an effort to restore American shad in New York, DEC Fisheries staff, in collaboration with the PA Fish and Boat Commission, recently stocked 322,000 American shad fry into the Susquehanna River in
Minnesota border waters likely to see high spring fishing traffic
The Rainy River is one of the most popular rivers to fish along the Canadian border. There are plenty of trophy fish in its waters, but anglers need to be aware of the rules.
Trophy tips for catching Detroit River walleyes in southeast Michigan
Connecting Lake St. Clair to the north and Lake Erie to the south, the 32 miles of the Detroit River is a virtual walleye fishing heaven. Each spring an armada of fishing boats, looking to
Invasive Bighead carp turns up in private pond in southwestern Ohio
State wildlife officers continue to investigate how a bighead carp got into a small lake at a municipal park in Xenia, Ohio.
Bighead carp are a species of invasive Asian carp. It is illegal to
How to trout fish the first “super hatch” of the season
As the days warm up, many fly-fishermen sally forth looking for the season’s first “super hatch.” This is the emergence of a greenish-black caddisfly known as the grannom.