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Minnesota DNR Offers Fishing, Hunting and Camping Webinars
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Minnesota DNR Offers Fishing, Hunting and Camping Webinars

Anyone interested in hunting, fishing and the outdoors can learn about activities like ice fishing, darkhouse spearing, winter camping, tying flies for fly fishing, learning to hunt as an adult, and high school clay target shooting by joining webinars hosted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “We’ve got a great lineup of new webinars...

Florida’s TrophyCatch Program to Give Away Phoenix/Mercury Package
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Florida’s TrophyCatch Program to Give Away Phoenix/Mercury Package

One lucky TrophyCatch registrant is going to win a brand-new bass boat next weekend and the public is invited to join the festivities. Thanks to conservation partnerships, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) TrophyCatch program will be awarding a brand-new Phoenix Bass Boats Pro 819 to one of five randomly selected finalists. This...

Smith’s Consumer Products Joins Forces with King Eider Communications
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Smith’s Consumer Products Joins Forces with King Eider Communications

Success on the water and in the woods requires excellent tools. Whether trimming the perfect knot and cleaning the day’s catch or clearing shooting lanes and field-dressing a trophy buck, anglers and hunters rely on knives, tools, and accessories during every trip. Smith’s Consumer Products offers everything outdoors enthusiasts need to enjoy nature’s bounty, both...

Recreational Bluefish Anglers Get 86 Percent Allocation
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Recreational Bluefish Anglers Get 86 Percent Allocation

NOAA Fisheries announces measures to implement Amendment 7 to the Atlantic Bluefish Fishery Management Plan (FMP), as adopted by the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council. The purpose of this comprehensive amendment is to update the FMP with the best scientific information available, and to respond to changes in the fishery over time. Specifically, this action will:...

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Now on Rapala #WeAreCollegiate Bass: Parks and Smith Win

San Antonio, TX – On this episode of the Rapala #WeAreCollegiateBass Podcast, host Kyle Curry talks with Logan Parks and Tucker Smith from Top 5 ranked Auburn University.  Parks and Smith just won the US Open National Amateur Bass Fishing Championship event put on by Johnny Morris and Bass Pro Shops.  Touted as the largest...

Florida Flounder Opens Dec. 1
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Florida Flounder Opens Dec. 1

The recreational harvest of flounder in all state and federal waters will reopen Dec. 1. The minimum size limit for flounder is 14 inches total length and the daily recreational bag limit is five fish per person. This annual season closure and other management measures were approved by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission...

Now on Project E: Finding Fall Bass
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Now on Project E: Finding Fall Bass

A lot of anglers are challenged when looking for bass as the weather and seasons change. Luckily, Edwin Evers is here to help!   The latest edition of Project E covers tracking and finding bass in the fall —right now! So, if you need some tips of fall bass patterns, take a page from the...

Florida Gulf Waters Close to Snook Fishing Dec. 1
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Florida Gulf Waters Close to Snook Fishing Dec. 1

The recreational harvest season for snook closes Dec. 1 in Gulf state and federal waters, including Monroe County and Everglades National Park, and will remain closed through Feb. 28, 2022, reopening to harvest March 1, 2022. Regular season closures are designed to help conserve the species during vulnerable periods, such as during cold weather. Anglers...

Bassmaster Elite Field Features 13 New Faces
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Bassmaster Elite Field Features 13 New Faces

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After an exciting 2021 Bassmaster Elite Series season that crowned seven first-time champions and drew over 12 million viewers to coverage of Bassmaster LIVE on FOX and the FOX Sports channels, B.A.S.S. announced the new field for the 2022 Elite Series. Joining the ranks of the most recognized circuit in sportfishing are...