In 1980, only six streams in Iowa sustained a trout population without stocking. In 2007, it grew to 32 streams and today, trout reproduce naturally on 45 Iowa streams, thanks to improvements. continue reading ›
The salmon were a few weeks old and scheduled to be released next spring and return as adults in 2020. continue reading ›
Registration is open for the 2017 "I Can!" programs. continue reading ›
Lake Michigan: The lakefront has been showing some great signs of life for the shore fishing guys. The powerliners are doing well on both coho and brown trout. The preferred baits have been nightcrawlers as well as medium roaches. Fish… continue reading ›
ASHLAND AREA If the landings hold up, Chequamegon Bay anglers might get a few more days of ice fishing. Anglers were still targeting the channel areas of the bay and there were good reports on brown trout, splake, cohos, and… continue reading ›
The DNR plans to collect approximately 50 million walleye eggs from the fishery in 2017, resulting in 14 million fry for transfer to rearing ponds and direct fry plants throughout the Lower Peninsula. continue reading ›
The snow goose migration was picking up earlier this week, with the arrival of some juvenile geese that were making their way north as last week’s snowfall melted in southwestern Minnesota and east-central South Dakota. continue reading ›
21-day walleye closure in July expected to help extend fishing season through Labor Day continue reading ›
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- From the Pages of Outdoor News – March 24th, 2017