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Louisiana: Yo-Yo and Trotline Restrictions at Lake Bruin

Today, at its monthly meeting, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission passed a notice of intent to apply special yo-yo and trotline fishing restrictions on Lake Bruin in Tensas Parish. Passage of this NOI places limitations on the numbers of such devices, defines how they may be attached and fished, and sets tagging requirements. The...

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Clean Boats, Clean Waters Grants Available in Michigan

Clean Boats, Clean Waters, an outreach program focused on limiting and preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species in Michigan, is offering a new grant opportunity to organizations communicating prevention information to boaters. The program is now taking applications for grants of $1,000 to $3,000 for projects that produce and distribute aquatic invasive species outreach...

Indiana DNR Offers Winter Angling Tips
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Indiana DNR Offers Winter Angling Tips

December means it’s cold in Indiana. The fish are still biting, but you may have to be more patient and dress warmer. For bass, work chatterbaits slower and twitch jerkbaits. Fish for crappie under docks using small jigs and light line. Although fall is the peak time for muskie fishing, muskie are still feeding in...

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Oregon DFW, USFWS Seeking Habitat Restoration Proposals in Umpqua Basin

ROSEBURG, Ore – ODFW and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are seeking proposals to restore or protect habitat for northwestern pond turtle, northern red-legged frog, foothill yellow-legged frog, American beaver, and other native wildlife in the Umpqua River Basin in Douglas County. Approximately $150,000 in restoration funds are available from a settlement for injuries...

Maine: Warden Service Rescues Kayakers in Aroostook County
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Maine: Warden Service Rescues Kayakers in Aroostook County

Two capsized kayakers who were stranded on opposite sides of a flooded, raging Meduxnekeag River were rescued by the Maine Warden Service this week, just west of Monticello. Josh Ford, age 33, and Alec Dalton, age 24, both residents of Monticello, flipped and were separated from their kayaks when they attempted to paddle the extremely...

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Indiana: New Access Site on Ohio River Near Madison

The site, at 531 South Brooksburg Main Street, is the Indiana DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife’s 439th public access site. Hoosiers can now enjoy access to the Ohio River via the Brooksburg Public Access Site near Madison. The site, at 531 South Brooksburg Main Street, is the Indiana DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife’s...

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USDA Forest Service Supports Youth Education with Fish Art Contest

WHITE BEAR LAKE, MN – Wildlife Forever is proud to recognize the USDA Forest Service for their support of the 2021 Fish Art Contest. By teaching youth the Art of Conservation®, the national partnership reaches thousands of young people each year and is used by educators as an introduction to outdoor recreation. The award-winning Art of Conservation Fish Art...

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North Carolina: MFC Wants Input on Fishery Proposals

MOREHEAD CITY –The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission wants input from its advisors before it moves forward with possible future modifications to small mesh gill net rules. At its meeting last week, the commission chose a variety of options for the Division of Marine Fisheries to explore as a first step toward amending rules pertaining to...

Utah: Monolith Discovered By Wildlife Researchers
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Utah: Monolith Discovered By Wildlife Researchers

On November 18, 2020, the Utah Department of Public Safety Aero Bureau was working with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to conduct a count of big horn sheep in a portion of southeastern Utah. While on this mission, they spotted an unusual object and landed nearby to investigate further. The crew members found a...

Idaho: More Steelhead Bound for the Boise River
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Idaho: More Steelhead Bound for the Boise River

The steelhead are coming… again. Between 150 and 200 additional steelhead will be stocked in the Boise River on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 25th. These fish are in addition to the 250 steelhead stocked in the river a week ago. The actual number stocked will depend on trapping success today at Hells Canyon Dam...