Lake Michigan and Green Bay Fishing Report Update

The Lake Michigan and Green Bay Outdoor Fishing Report has been updated with current fishing information. Please visit – http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Fishing/lakemichigan/OutdoorReport.html to view the latest reports. Subscribe now for only $8.97.     Order your Endangered Resources license plate today!.     Featured DNR Subscriptions Outdoor Report: Current fishing activities, wildlife observations, and state park events updated every Thursday. Manage Your DNR Subscriptions: Add new subscriptions, delete subscriptions, and manage your profile. If you have questions or problems with the subscription service, please contact subscriberhelp.govdelivery.com. Other inquiries can be directed to the DNR. Continue reading Lake Michigan and Green Bay Fishing Report Update

Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure by Len Harris

Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure Len, Thank you for the stream recommendation, Len! I love the layout of this stream. Fished it from 3pm until 6:30pm.  My brother threw panther 9s and I threw 6s.      Nice pools and undercut banks. Put roughly 60 to hand, including a 19″ brown, two 17 1/2″ browns, and a 22″ brooder bow. Another twenty or so fish were in that 14″-16″ range.      I had a 20 incher get up out of water twice and get off at the net.  How common are a 20″ inch fish in this waterway?  … Continue reading Jeremy and Joshua Hoff’s Excellent Adventure by Len Harris

Sugar River Wetlands Workday: Seed Collecting and Invasive Removal July 22, 9am-Noon

Donate to NHC | Subscribe to NHC News & Events | Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. Help care for Sugar River Wetlands State Natural Area! At our fourth Saturday workday we’ll identify several different native wetland plants and learn how to collect their seeds. Seed will be scattered in areas where invasive brush has recently been removed. We will also spend some time addressing invasive plants coming up. This work will expand the quality wetland areas and continue the efforts started by the Upper Sugar River Watershed Association and Wisconsin DNR. No skills needed you … Continue reading Sugar River Wetlands Workday: Seed Collecting and Invasive Removal July 22, 9am-Noon

Introducing the New Winston Nimbus and Winston Kairos

NEW FROM WINSTON FOR 2018 NIMBUS™ AND KAIROS™ THE NEW NIMBUS™  THE BEST 100% GRAPHITE FLY RODS OUT THERE, FOR EVERY ANGLING SITUATION OUT THERE. Presenting the Nimbus from Winston – a completely new design inspired by our premium Boron rods. Using the same multi modulus graphite as our Boron rods along with versatile mid-tip flex tapers, the  Nimbus™ provides all the core attributes and qualities one has come to expect from a Winston. Incredibly smooth casting, the Nimbus’ progressive action delivers unmatched all-graphite performance, with both the power and finesse to fish even the most challenging situations. Offered in a … Continue reading Introducing the New Winston Nimbus and Winston Kairos

Behind the Increase in Gulf Red Snapper Harvest

Red snapper surface to feed on leftover bait that was tossed into the water over one of the thousands of artificial reefs off the Alabama coast. Photo by David Rainer By DAVID RAINER Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Fishing buddy Todd Kercher posted a video last weekend that many feel justifies the significant extension of the red snapper season for private recreational anglers in federal waters. Todd took his family out in the Gulf of Mexico to catch a limit of snapper, two per person with a 16-inch minimum. What he captured on video was what many snapper … Continue reading Behind the Increase in Gulf Red Snapper Harvest

WI DNR – Angler Education Update

You are subscribed to Angler Education for Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. This information has recently been updated, and is now available.   http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/anglereducation/   Our Fishing in the Neighborhood Interns (FIN’terns!) will be on the City Deck in Green Bay, Monday, June 26 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. All Green Bay kids are welcome to drop in during Green Bay Kids’ Day. Check out the other fishing clinics, FIN events and Fishing for Dinner classes scheduled around the state this summer. All ages are welcome at many, unless specified for adults or for children. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/fishing/FishingforDinner/index.html     Order your … Continue reading WI DNR – Angler Education Update

Bird Report: Dickcissels, Rare Hummingbird, What’s Fledging

Plus why birds are not hitting your birdfeeder                                                 Home    Donate    Contact Visit your favorite patch of grassland, pasture, or weedy field to look and listen for dickcissels. Photo courtesy of Ryan Brady NESTS ARE FULL AND FEEDERS SLOW In the bird world, summer is firmly here. Many birds are in the heart of their nesting season — males singing vigorously to announce their territories while females take up the bulk of duty incubating eggs. By late June many of these nests host tiny, fast-growing young — while young from some of our earliest nesting species are already fledging! Dickcissels are having their best … Continue reading Bird Report: Dickcissels, Rare Hummingbird, What’s Fledging

U.S. Department of Commerce Announces Extension of Federal Gulf Red Snapper Season

If you are unable to see the message or images below, click here to view For Immediate Release Mary Jane Williamson, Communications Director 703-519-9691, x227 www.asafishing.org U.S. Department of Commerce Announces Extension of Federal Gulf Red Snapper Season Sportfishing industry supports effort to improve recreational fishing access Alexandria, Va. – June 14, 2017 – The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) supports the U.S. Department of Commerce’s announcement to expand the 2017 private recreational fishing season for Gulf of Mexico red snapper.   The plan, which will provide 39 additional days of red snapper fishing in federal waters, was the result of negotiations … Continue reading U.S. Department of Commerce Announces Extension of Federal Gulf Red Snapper Season

Wallace State Seizes Lead At Bassmaster College Wild Card On Lay Lake

Please visit Bassmastermedia.com for more information. View this email in your browser Joshua Butts (left) and Reid Connor of Wallace State-Hanceville take the lead on the second day of the Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Wild Card presented by Bass Pro Shops on Lay Lake with a two-day total weight of 29 pounds, 14 ounces.Photo by Ronnie Moore/B.A.S.S. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 9, 2017 Wallace State Seizes Lead At Bassmaster College Wild Card On Lay Lake SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. — Conditions changed once again at Lay Lake as the full field of teams battled to not only take the top spot, but … Continue reading Wallace State Seizes Lead At Bassmaster College Wild Card On Lay Lake

NPAA NewsBLAST

NPAA NewsBLASTJune 6th, 2017 News about: the National Professional Anglers Association, NPAA Members, NPAA Partners, the Industry,  Sportfishing Advocacy Alerts, NPAA Member/Partner Articles. NPAA Member News: NPAA Members Spencer Deutz and Zach Axtman Host Future Anglers Clinic in Menasha, WI Lake Winnebago marked the fifth stop for the Cabelas Masters Walleye Circuit (MWC) for the 2017 season. The event was headquartered out of Jefferson Park in Menasha, WI. This year on Lake Winnebago, the walleye fishing has been difficult. With the abundance of shad and unstable weather, anglers were guessing all week that it would take 20-25lbs of walleye to … Continue reading NPAA NewsBLAST