Tag: fish

  • THE EVEREST MARKETPLACE ANNOUNCES THE ADDITION OF NEW MANUFACTURER STOREFRONTS

    The Woodlands, Texas – May 21, 2020 – Everest, the marketplace that connects outdoor retailers and manufacturers with customers who love to hunt, shoot, fish and camp, has announced the addition of several new brands to the Everest family. “We are honored to have these superior brands join the Everest marketplace,” says Marcus Johnson, EVP of […]

  • Fish, Hunt, and Paddle your way to adventure – Inside The Spring 2020 issue of Outdoor Life.

    Wild Rivers—“That’s what’s so appealing about fishing and hunting the smallest streams and biggest rivers. You can reap the rewards only after putting in the time. Rivers are always changing. They act more like living organisms than static landmarks…. To be successful on these waters, and near them, you must learn to read their habits […]

  • Trout Unlimited and partners promote #ResponsibleRecreation

    ARLINGTON, Va. — As states begin to ease stay-at-home restrictions, those among us who appreciate the outdoors will be called to get out to our public lands, waters, and parks and do what we love to do: fish, hunt, hike, bike, paddle.   But as we enjoy outdoor recreation this year, it’s important that we also stay safe and think about the impacts of our actions on our communities.   Trout Unlimited is partnering […]

  • Setting sights on the walleye

    CHADRON, Neb. — The walleye may be Nebraska’s most popular, albeit often hard-to-catch, game fish. It is known for not only having great-tasting fillets, but also for growing big and providing anglers a fishing challenge. Despite its reputation for being hard to catch, at certain times of the year walleyes can be taken by both […]

  • New trout stream section to improve habitats near Mitchell

    MITCHELL, Neb. – Anglers, fish and a diverse set of wildlife will soon enjoy a new stretch of trout stream in the western Panhandle. Construction is underway to add nearly three-quarters of a mile of trout stream on Dry Spotted Tail Creek just west of Mitchell in Scotts Bluff County. The new stream section, which […]

  • Crucial Wildlife Bill being considered by Congress

    WASHINGTON, DC – A wildlife bill supported by the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) has been introduced in the House. Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) (H.R.3742) is bipartisan legislation that would dedicate $1.3 billion in existing revenue annually from the U.S. Treasury to State Fish and Wildlife Agencies to implement their State Wildlife Action Plans […]

  • Game and Parks seeks additional conservation officers

    LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking to add new conservation officers. Conservation officers have the important job of protecting our natural resources and helping keep the people who use our state parks and other public lands safe through the enforcement of fish, wildlife, boating, and park laws. As state peace […]

  • Bipartisan Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Members Introduce Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

    July 12, 2019 (Washington, DC) – The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA), a bill to fund state-based conservation efforts for more than 12,000 species of fish, wildlife, and plants, was introduced by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Vice-Chair Representative Debbie Dingell (MI) and CSC Member Representative Jeff Fortenberry (NE). Additionally, Reps. Dingell and Fortenberry were joined […]

  • Mossy Oak® and Outtech Inc. Enter Into Strategic Partnership

    WEST POINT, MS – Mossy Oak is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Outtech Inc., an alliance that will expand into hunting, fishing, shooting sports, outdoor lifestyle, and many other outdoor-related pursuits. Outtech’s team of sales and marketing professionals has an unparalleled expertise in the manufacturers and products they represent and a true knowledge and […]

  • Conservation Partnerships Contribute to Proposed Downlisting of American Burying Beetle

    Endangered since 1989, North America’s largest carrion beetle appears to be staging a comeback The American burying beetle, one of nature’s most unique creatures, appears to be more plentiful, thanks in part to the efforts of a wide array of partners across its range. Following the beetle’s listing in 1989 as endangered under the Endangered […]