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How have low Chinook salmon runs affected Alaskans?
This year, many Alaskans in the Yukon, Kuskokwim, Cook Inlet and Southeast regions are suffering from the effects of low runs of Chinook salmon. Fishery closures and restrictions necessary for conservation resulted in great burdens on Alaskans who rely on Chinook salmon for food and income. The State of Alaska recognizes the hardships that management restrictions have caused subsistence, commercial, and sport fishermen, as well as guides, local fish processors, and other local and regional businesses.
From the beaches of the Gulf Coast to the Appalachian foothills, Alabama State Parks reflect every facet of the state's rich natural landscape and in 2014 the state’s park system will celebrate a milestone — its 75th anniversary. Throughout the year, Alabama’s 22 state parks will host a variety of hikes, nature walks and programs, dining and camping specials and various other events highlighting 75 years of service to the people of Alabama.
Julius Dunsmore, a resident of Marshall County, has been charged with illegally possessing seven deer, one of which attacked and severely injured him last week. When Dunsmore entered the holding pen, a large buck attacked him. In addition to numerous puncture wounds and extensive bruises, Dunsmore suffered a loss of vision in one eye.
CONCORD, N.H. -- The New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission is seeking nominations for its 2013 Awards of Excellence by December 31. If you know a person or organization that has made a difference for New Hampshire wildlife, fisheries and/or open land, in support of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's mission, honor them with a nomination! Each year, the Commission recognizes deserving individuals and organizations for outstanding achievements.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Three exceptional gamefish paintings by iconic American artist Stanley Meltzoff are among the highlights of a just-opened exhibition at the Allentown Art Museum.
On Oct. 3, aquatic biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources sampled the reservoir using gill nets. What they found should cause any trophy angler's heart to beat a little faster.
Biologists captured good numbers of both tiger and cutthroat trout. Most of the fish fell within or exceeded the slot limit of 15 to 22 inches. All of the fish were extremely healthy and robust. The biologists even collected a 32-inch, 14-pound tiger trout. That's just a few pounds shy of the official state record! In recent years, Scofield has had no shortage of record tiger trout.
Because the tarpon fishery is primarily catch and release, it's long been thought that there were few threats to the tarpon population. But as we have learned more about tarpon over the past 15 years, it's become clear that we need to be concerned about their juvenile habitats.
After a four month wait, Payson residents and visitors can welcome back the rainbow trout to beautiful Green Valley Park at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19.
“Fall is a wonderful time to visit the rim country, see the colors and relax and fish along the grassy shorelines of this popular urban fishery,” said Eric Swanson, Urban Fishing Program manager at the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
A new course designed to certify anglers to teach fishing techniques in Kansas will be held Aug. 31
PRATT– Fishing’s Future and the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism will host an angler education class Aug. 31 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Schermerhorn Park,