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Technology is helping to shed new light on hunting optics

KY Fish and Wildlife News: Blue Water Trails - Red River

Technology is helping to shed new light on hunting optics

California's multi-agency invasive species taskforce cautions watercraft users this Labor Day to guard against spreading the aquatic Quagga and Zebra mussels to uncontaminated waters.

Labor Day Boaters Urged to Remain Watchful for Quagga & Zebra Mussels

California's multi-agency invasive species taskforce cautions watercraft users this Labor Day...

High temperatures and low oxygen levels have been pointed to in the latest large-scale fish kill in a Texas lake.

Lake Grapevine Experiences Substantial Fish Kill

High temperatures and low oxygen levels have been pointed to in the latest large-scale fish...

Join Lake Pueblo State Park and the Southern Colorado Astronomical Society for an evening of Stargazing on Saturday, July 30.

Lake Pueblo State Park Hosts an Evening of Stargazing

Join Lake Pueblo State Park and the Southern Colorado Astronomical Society for an evening of...

Chris Beeksma, of Delta, Wis., admires a 4 1/2-pound smallmouth bass caught on Chequamegon Bay. Special fishing regulations on the bay have helped protect smallmouth bass and created a trophy fishery.

Lake Superior bay lives up to its reputation for trophy smallmouth bass

By Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune

Chris Beeksma, of Delta, Wis., admires a 4 1/2-pound smallmouth bass caught on Chequamegon...

Chris Lane put a haunting loss behind him by winning the season-opening Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open.

Lane Shakes Off Monkey

Deb Johnson, special to OutdoorChannel.com

Chris Lane put a haunting loss behind him by winning the season-opening Bass Pro Shops...

Team Hard Way released its eighth sailfish with less than a half hour remaining in the Sailfish Open but had to bite their nails as another boat had the winning fish on the line.

Last-Minute Sailfish Drama

Special to OutdoorChannel.com

Team Hard Way released its eighth sailfish with less than a half hour remaining in the...

Tampa Bay guide, Capt. Richard Seward, who regularly launches his 24-foot Carolina skiff by himself at busy ramps, breaks down the process into simple steps borne of his sage experience.

Launching Alone

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

Tampa Bay guide, Capt. Richard Seward, who regularly launches his 24-foot Carolina skiff by...

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released 260 alligator snapping turtles into the waters of Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma, where the only viable population of alligator snappers is found at Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge.

Largest Freshwater Turtle in North America Gets a New Home

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released 260 alligator snapping turtles into the waters...

Radiograph of immature bald eagle containing numerous lead shot in its digestive tract (Jacobson et al. 1977). (courtesy of Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association)

Lead Shot and Sinkers: Weighty Implications for Fish and Wildlife Health

U.S. Geological Survey

Radiograph of immature bald eagle containing numerous lead shot in its digestive tract...

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