Fish biologists from the Arizona Game and Fish Department were recently recognized with a national award for their partnership efforts to conserve and restore native fish species to Arizona’s landscape. The Secretary of the Interior’s Partners in Conservation Award was … Continue reading →
Fishing seasons and rules for 2011-2012 are now available, but anglers should note the new format and a few significant changes. New fishing rules take effect January 1. Anglers will find the new brochure in an easier to read format … Continue reading →
Look for the popular IGFA School of Sportfishing to return in mid February with the start of its 17th session. Jeff Mackin of the IGFA’s education department said in addition to some very popular course favorites, the school is planning … Continue reading →
By Bob Esselman – Idaho Department of Fish and Game Even after years of working on Idaho’s rivers and streams, a fisheries project can still amaze me. This past summer I got to enjoy one of those pleasant surprises. As … Continue reading →
The steelhead spring harvest season opens Saturday, January 1, on parts of the Clearwater, the Salmon, the Little Salmon, the Snake and the Boise rivers. The steelhead limit is three per day, nine in possession and 20 for the season. … Continue reading →
WATERTOWN, S.D. — Anglers are reminded to follow the fishing regulations in effect for the state in which they’re licensed when fishing Lake Traverse, Big Stone Lake and Lake Hendricks on the South Dakota/Minnesota border. Changes in panfish regulations will … Continue reading →
Two fishing industry leaders, WFN: World Fishing Network, North America’s only 24-hour television network and the International Game Fish Association (IGFA), the leading authority on angling pursuits and the keeper of the most current world record fishing catches, are teaming … Continue reading →
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