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  • What is the problem with Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico?

    What is the problem with Red Snapper in the Gulf of Mexico?

    As the stock continues to show signs of recovery, fishermen are seeing more (and larger) red snapper in the population; however, the spawning potential of the population (the number of eggs produced by reproductively active females) is still lower than the rebuilding target.

  • 5 Great Trailer Options to Catch Bass... Even a World Record

    5 Great Trailer Options to Catch Bass... Even a World Record

    No secret here... the Yamamoto Double Tail Grub was the jig trailer used in landing the current world record spotted bass from Bullard's bar.

  • U.S. Senate has unanimously designated June Great Outdoors Month

    U.S. Senate has unanimously designated June Great Outdoors Month

    For the second year in a row, the U.S. Senate has unanimously designated June “Great Outdoors Month!”  Active outdoor fun on America’s public lands and waters continues to enjoy bipartisan support.

  • Yak-A-Bass Lake Berryessa - I'm Great at Catching Small Fish VIDEO

    Yak-A-Bass Lake Berryessa - I'm Great at Catching Small Fish VIDEO

    This past weekend I made the almost 2 hour drive up to Lake Berryessa for a Kayak Fishing Tournament hosted by Yak-A-Bass NorCal, along with 137 other people.

  • Invasive Species An Odd Hero for Native Lakes

    Invasive Species An Odd Hero for Native Lakes

    by Steven Maier A native fish may be poised for a comeback in the Great Lakes with the help of an invasive species.

  • Slow Down in School Zones

    Slow Down in School Zones

    By Mitch Eeagan It happens right after Labor Day every year: Cold front after cold front roll through the Great Lakes states and Canada. And with every frigid rain and stony north wind, another pod of Chinook and coho salmon make their way from the Great Lakes into one of the many tributaries that feed them.

  • Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    Great White Sharks at Cape Cod May Double Their Numbers

    great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans.A great white shark was photographed in August swimming close to a windsurfer off Nauset Beach in Orleans. Members of a working group tasked with studying ways to improve public safety say swimmers will need to be educated about the risks of going too far offshore.

  • Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    Shark Researchers Tag Record 4 Great Whites in Single Day off Cape Cod

    The shark-tagging season remains active off Cape Cod as researchers continue spotting great whites close to shore.

  • Great White Sharks Killing Sea Otters off California Coast

    Great White Sharks Killing Sea Otters off California Coast

    Great white sharks are attacking and killing otters off the coast of California, leaving scientists baffled about why they appear to be preying upon the endangered creatures.

  • Carp Reduction Efforts in Great Lakes Area

    Carp Reduction Efforts in Great Lakes Area

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources last week sent several fisheries staff to assist the Illinois DNR with an ongoing Asian carp removal project. The goal of the project is to respond to the leading edge and reduce population levels of Asian carp threatening the Great Lakes via the Chicago Area Waterway System

  • 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.

  • Volunteers Needed for Great Tampa Bay Scallop Search

    Volunteers Needed for Great Tampa Bay Scallop Search

    The 22nd Annual Great Bay Scallop Search is Saturday, August 22, 9am - 1pm The Great Bay Scallop Search is a resource monitoring event based out of Fort De Soto Park where Tampa Bay Watch recruits 200 community volunteer snorkelers to search for scallops in select areas within Boca Ciega and Lower Tampa Bays. The goal of the event is to monitor and document the health and status of the bay scallop population.

  • MT Fish & Wildlife Commission To Meet July 8-9 In Great Falls

    MT Fish & Wildlife Commission To Meet July 8-9 In Great Falls

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a public open house in Great Falls for the Fish & Wildlife Commission on July 8, which will be followed by the commission's regular monthly meeting on July 9.