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California Dog Owners Cautioned About Salmon Poisoning Disease
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California Dog Owners Cautioned About Salmon Poisoning Disease

Dog owners in the Feather River drainage area are reminded to take precautions to protect their pets from Salmon Poisoning Disease. Salmon Poisoning Disease can be contracted by dogs that come into contact with fish from infested waters throughout the Pacific Northwest, including the southern Cascades and northern Sierras to the Feather River drainage. The...

N.C. Releases Annual Fish Stock Overview
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N.C. Releases Annual Fish Stock Overview

MOREHEAD CITY – The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries today released its annual Stock Overview of state managed marine fisheries species. The 2021 North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Stock Overview reviews available information, such as long-term trends in catch, biological data and management, through 2020 to determine the overall condition of North Carolina’s state-managed...

Utah Kokanee Salmon Seminar Aug. 3
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Utah Kokanee Salmon Seminar Aug. 3

Do you love to eat salmon? If so, now’s your chance to learn how to catch them! We are teaming up with the Blue Ribbon Fisheries Advisory Council to present a seminar on fishing for kokanee salmon in Utah. Many anglers want to catch kokanee salmon but aren’t sure how to get started. This seminar...

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Oregon Promotes Outdoors for Vets, Active Military and Physically Limited

SALEM, Ore.—Ask anyone about communing in the outdoors, whether hiking, biking, fishing, boating, camping or just “being,” and many will share a long list of benefits to their mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. But what many people may not be aware of are the wide range of recreational benefits offered through state agency programs and...

Maryland Record Set with 301-Pound Swordfish
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Maryland Record Set with 301-Pound Swordfish

An Anne Arundel County angler is now the first officially recognized state record holder for swordfish, which he caught in a tournament July 23 at Ocean City. Annapolis resident Peter Schultz, 36, is the first record holder for the Atlantic division – Swordfish (Xiphias gladius). Schultz caught the 301-pound swordfish while participating in the Big...

Alabama’s Conservation-Based Fishery Regulations
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Alabama’s Conservation-Based Fishery Regulations

The waters of Alabama and the Gulf of Mexico are teeming with fish of all shapes and sizes. The amazing colors in God’s palette lend themselves to adorn the beautiful fish we all love to reel in and admire — and eat! There’s a catch when it comes to your catches though: If it’s not...

Arizona Trout Stocking Update
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Arizona Trout Stocking Update

PHOENIX — Stocking live, healthy fish for anglers to enjoy can be challenging, but the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is up to the task, even in this time of widespread drought. While AZGFD places a high priority on meeting its stocking schedule found on the department’s website (azgfd.com/fishing/stockschedule), all scheduled stockings are subject...

Florida Gulf Amberjack, Triggerfish Reopens Aug. 1
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Florida Gulf Amberjack, Triggerfish Reopens Aug. 1

The recreational harvest of greater amberjack and gray triggerfish will reopen in Gulf state and federal waters Aug. 1. Greater amberjack is scheduled to remain open through Oct. 31 in Gulf state and federal waters. Gray triggerfish is scheduled to remain open through Dec. 31 in Gulf state and federal waters but an early quota...

Oregon’s Lawrence Lake Closed Through Oct. 15.
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Oregon’s Lawrence Lake Closed Through Oct. 15.

THE DALLES, Ore.—Laurance Lake on Mt Hood National Forest is closed to all fishing through Oct. 15 to protect Threatened bull trout. Laurance Lake is a water storage reservoir that supplies irrigation water for farm use in the upper Hood River Valley. Middle Fork Irrigation District will be draining it to low pool level to...

Free Fishing Workshops Across Missouri
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Free Fishing Workshops Across Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites kids and families to attend a free series of fishing workshops in various locations around mid-Missouri this August.  The Discover Nature — Fishing (DNF) workshops will cover the basics of fishing, from tackle to knot-tying, and participants will gain the skills and confidence to go...