KODIAK, Alaska — Hatchery-produced salmon accounted for 21 percent of Alaska’s commercial harvest last year, the lowest percentage since 1995, according to a state report. The report by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game
MOUND, Minn. — University of Minnesota-Duluth researchers are studying how shorter winters may increase the presence of harmful algae blooms and impact fishing. The researchers worked with the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of
North Dakota’s 2018-20 fishing proclamation is set, with regulations effective April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2020. Noteworthy regulation changes include: The season for taking of nongame fish with a bow will now be open
Ice carousels are gaining in popularity. Fishermen are even getting in on the act, using a carousel to troll for fish through the ice.
Kristen Monroe talks to Olivia Sheely about the scholarship Sheely landed for bass fishing to Bethel University in Tennessee.
Lake Michigan: The weather has not been very conducive to getting out on the lake, but there can be some great action. The browns and cohos are starting to get active on the lakefront from
Western New York Action for trout has been good. The tributaries off Lake Ontario and Lake Erie opened back up again and anglers were catching trout consistently before the rains came. All the tributaries were
ASHLAND AREA Access on the Ashland side of Chequamegon Bay is in good shape, except for Second Landing where anglers will need a machine to access. The bay has 20-plus inches of ice, but be
New state records also set for cisco and redhorse sucker in 2017.