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  • Conservation and Environment Workshop Offered to New Hampshire Educators

    Conservation and Environment Workshop Offered to New Hampshire Educators

    A Project WILD Aquatic and WET workshop is being offered on Friday, August 21, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at N.H. Fish and Game Headquarters, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, N.H. The cost is $100, and includes the workshop, two manuals, and snacks. Space is limited, so register today.

  • Angler Wrangler Hoe-Down Fundraiser Set for Florida's Bergeron Ranch Oct. 3

    Angler Wrangler Hoe-Down Fundraiser Set for Florida's Bergeron Ranch Oct. 3

    Ladies, Let's Go Fishing Universities - Teaching conservation and marine stewardship to new anglers, ladies and families, as they enter the sport of fishing.

  • New Trawl Survey Set for Lake Erie

    New Trawl Survey Set for Lake Erie

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will conduct a trawl survey in Lake Erie near Monroe, Michigan, beginning Monday, Aug. 10, and continuing through Friday, Aug. 14.

  • Think Tunnels are a Good Idea? We’ve Got a (Bay) Bridge for You

    Think Tunnels are a Good Idea? We’ve Got a (Bay) Bridge for You

    Today, Restore the Delta released a side-by-side comparison of two massive public works projects in California that looks at the promised costs, seismic risks, outsourcing, and lack of transparency and oversight.

  • Take a Survey on Bonefishing for BT&T Research

    Take a Survey on Bonefishing for BT&T Research

    Do you fish for bonefish in south Florida? If you do, then we need your help. Bonefish and Tarpon Trust has partnered with researchers at Florida International University to create PROJECT BAY BONES to investigate changes in South Florida waters and how these changes may affect the quality of bonefishing.

  • Georgia DNR Recommends Summer Catfishing Hotspots

    Georgia DNR Recommends Summer Catfishing Hotspots

    Fishing for catfish is a summertime tradition and a great way to put some delicious meals on the table. Whether you are an experienced angler, a newbie or just a casual fisherman, you can find fantastic catfishing opportunities in Georgia, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division.

  • B.A.S.S. Lends Support To Center For Coastal Conservation

    B.A.S.S. Lends Support To Center For Coastal Conservation

    B.A.S.S., the world's largest fishing organization, yesterday announced its corporate sponsorship of the Center for Coastal Conservation. The sponsorship underscores the commitment of B.A.S.S. to the preservation of recreational angling and conservation of U.S. waterways.

  • Congressional Hearing Explores Impacts of Biscayne National Park Fishing Closure

    Congressional Hearing Explores Impacts of Biscayne National Park Fishing Closure

    Members of the recreational fishing industry testify on the importance of maintaining reasonable public access

  • B.A.S.S. Urges Congress To Restore Funding For Fishing And Hunting

    B.A.S.S. Urges Congress To Restore Funding For Fishing And Hunting

    B.A.S.S., along with 30 other conservation organizations, has signed a letter urging Congress to restore funding for sportfishing projects suffering under the current federal budget impasse.

  • Rain Changes Fishing Opportunities in S.E. Colorado

    Rain Changes Fishing Opportunities in S.E. Colorado

    Much needed precipitation has fallen on southeast Colorado through the spring and early summer, providing significant relief to this drought-stricken part of the state.

  • House Files "Preserving Public Access to Public Waters Act" to Stop Federal Fishery Closures

    House Files "Preserving Public Access to Public Waters Act" to Stop Federal Fishery Closures

    On the heels of the recent announcement to close over 10,000 acres of Biscayne National Park to fishing, a coalition of recreational fishing and boating organizations praised the introduction of a bipartisan bill, H.R. 3310, that will help stop this and similar unwarranted fishing closures from occurring.

  • Ohio's Lake Lavere Now Closed to Fishing

    Ohio's Lake Lavere Now Closed to Fishing

    Division of Wildlife Update! Lake Lavere at the Lake La Su An Wildlife closed to fishing as of Monday, July 27.

  • From Bay Journal: Bay Council Approves Stream, Land Protections on Chesapeake

    From Bay Journal: Bay Council Approves Stream, Land Protections on Chesapeake

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    Leaders of the state-federal Bay Program partnership pledged new efforts Thursday to protect streams draining the Chesapeake watershed even as they acknowledged that their key pollution reduction efforts have fallen behind schedule.

  • I-Phones Help Defend Against Invasive Species

    I-Phones Help Defend Against Invasive Species

    In efforts to help curb the spread of invasive species, a unique partnership between Wildlife Forever, Hennepin County and the Star Tribune uses geo-targeted marketing to inform, educate and protect Minnesota lakes.

  • Virginia Trout Stocking Plans Open for Comment

    Virginia Trout Stocking Plans Open for Comment

    The Draft Virginia Stocked Trout Management Plan is open for public comment till September 15.The Draft Virginia Stocked Trout Management Plan is open for public comment till September 15.

  • Some Seed Shrimp Survive Being Eaten By Great Lakes Gobies

    Some Seed Shrimp Survive Being Eaten By Great Lakes Gobies

    The round goby was accidentally introduced by ballast water in the early- to mid-1990s, as were zebra and quagga mussels, said Seth Herbst, a fisheries biologist for the Department of Natural Resources.

  • Volunteer Scallop Divers/Boaters Needed for Scallop Search

    Volunteer Scallop Divers/Boaters Needed for Scallop Search

    The event is a resource monitoring program where community volunteers snorkel to search for scallops in select areas within Boca Ciega and Lower Tampa Bays. The event has been conducted annually since 1993 with the goal to monitor and document the health and status of the local bay scallop population. Tampa Bay Watch will coordinate 45 volunteer boaters with more than 180 participants to search selected sites for the elusive bay scallops.

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    Sebille

    2016 Sebille Catalog

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    Shakespeare

    2016 Shakespeare Catalog

  • More Than 20 Million Fish Stocked Mean Abundant Angler Opportunities in Michigan

    More Than 20 Million Fish Stocked Mean Abundant Angler Opportunities in Michigan

    DNR stocking salmon on Huron RiverThe Department of Natural Resources today announced the final totals from its spring fish-stocking efforts. DNR fisheries staff stocked a total of 20,099,988 fish that weighed more than 325 tons and consisted of nine different species and one hybrid.