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Years ago, Carolyn Parker never would have pictured herself where she was Thursday - floating down Lake Taneycomo in her drift boat, getting paid to go fishing. Stories

Female guides make inroads in Missouri fisheries

By Brent Frazee, McClatchy Newspapers

Years ago, Carolyn Parker never would have pictured herself where she was Thursday - floating...

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds hunters that hunting big game over bait on state wildlife management areas is prohibited. Stories

Federal and State Agencies Prohibit Hunting Over Bait

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds hunters that hunting big game over bait on...

Under a cloudless sky on the Kazakh steppe, a gray hare scampers over the snow-dusted scrub, about two football fields away from a young hunter in green camouflage and the leather-blinkered golden eagle he supports on a thick, black falconer's gauntlet. Stories

Falconry tradition soars back

By Alex Rodriguez, Chicago Tribune

Under a cloudless sky on the Kazakh steppe, a gray hare scampers over the snow-dusted scrub,...

The FDA and NOAA have concurred with the LDWF request to begin the process to re-open state waters to commercial fishing. Stories

FDA, NOAA, & LDWF Agree on Sampling in Closed Fishing Areas East of the Mississippi River

The FDA and NOAA have concurred with the LDWF request to begin the process to re-open state...

Texas Todd Faircloth takes third Elite Series victory, turns his focus toward Bassmaster AOY title Stories

Faircloth Rumbles On River

Deb Johnson, Bassmaster.com

Texas Todd Faircloth takes third Elite Series victory, turns his focus toward Bassmaster AOY...

Capt. William Toney hopped out of his 23-foot custom built Tremblay just as he'd done dozens of times prior to this late-August morning. This time however, the Homosassa, Fla., guide felt his lower extremities meet with quite a surprise, thanks to Gulf brine that had yielded several degrees. Stories

Fall Inshore Transitions

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

Capt. William Toney hopped out of his 23-foot custom built Tremblay just as he'd done dozens...

Redfish are a predictable lot - they'll eat when food avails. But just as a dog will growl at even his owner for trying to take away his food dish, Florida redfish get really aggressive when fall starts to threaten their chow line. Stories

Fall Redfish Roundup

David A. Brown, OutdoorChannel.com

Redfish are a predictable lot - they'll eat when food avails. But just as a dog will growl at...

Kentucky's fall squirrel season opens Sat., Aug. 21 and the outlook is similar to last year. Stories

Fall Squirrel Season Looks Promising

Art Lander, Kentucky Afield Outdoors

Kentucky's fall squirrel season opens Sat., Aug. 21 and the outlook is similar to last year....

After record spring monsoon rains pushed water levels at many fisheries to never before seen levels, the Cumberland River has now returned to normal flow and is rounding into great fishing shape. Stories

Cumberland River Still Great Trout Fishery

After record spring monsoon rains pushed water levels at many fisheries to never before seen...

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