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  • Can Penny Hardaway beat Kentucky for No. 1 player in 2019?
    The new Memphis coach is going head-to-head with John Calipari over the No. 1 player, James Wiseman.
  • Five-star Mobley brothers make USC a recruiting force
    The Trojans are a surprise force on the recruiting trail thanks to the hire of assistant coach Eric Mobley, whose sons Isaiah and Evan are five-star prospects in the 2019 and 2020 classes, respectively.
  • Ex-WMU player sentenced in student's slaying
    Former Western Michigan player Joeviair Kennedy has been sentenced to at least 17 years in prison.
  • Houston, Phoenix among '23-26 Final Four sites
    Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis were selected as host cities for the NCAA men's basketball Final Four from 2023-26.
  • PG Carton chooses Ohio St. over IU, Michigan
    Point guard D.J. Carton, ranked No. 28 in the ESPN 100, has committed to Ohio State, choosing the Buckeyes over Big Ten rivals Michigan and Indiana.
  • Ex-Wake great, NBA All-Star Len Chappell dies
    Len Chappell, who led Wake Forest to its only Final Four trip in 1962 and was an NBA All-Star with the Knicks, has died at 77.
  • Knight arrested in June on molestation charges
    Former UCLA basketball player Billy Knight, who was found dead on a Phoenix roadway early Sunday, was arrested in June and charged with six felonies, including two counts of molestation of a child.
  • Duke's White to chair selection committee
    Duke athletic director Kevin White will serve as the chairman of the NCAA tournament selection committee in 2020.
  • Apply now for the Maine 2018 any-deer permit lottery
    To apply online, visit www.mefishwildlife.com. Online applications are due by 11:59 P.M. on August 15, 2018. It is free to apply for the any-deer permit lottery. The drawing will be held on September 7, 2018 and results will be posted on the Department’s website. For this coming deer season, a total 84,745 any-deer permits are […]
  • GFP Commission Proposes a Change to Drawing Structure for Deer Hunting Licenses
    PIERRE, S.D. – A South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission proposal would require deer hunters to choose among six deer hunting seasons in the first draw period for deer hunting licenses. The proposal reads that deer hunters would have to choose from East River (includes Special Buck), West River (includes Special Buck), Black […]
  • Applications for Apprentice Deer Hunt in San Luis Obispo County
    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is offering a drawing for an apprentice deer hunt for junior license holders on the Chimineas Unit of the Carrizo Plains Ecological Reserve. The two-day buck hunt, which is being offered in cooperation with the Avenales Sportsmen’s Club (ASC) and the Chimineas Ranch Foundation (CRF), will be […]
  • Minnesota youth can hunt deer with mentors during special hunts
    Youth can apply to hunt deer in select state parks and other refuge areas during 17 special deer hunts in October and November, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “These special hunts give youth and parents or adult mentors a fantastic opportunity to hunt together,” said James Burnham, DNR hunter and angler recruitment, […]
  • Big bore air rifles legal for Arkansas gun deer season
    LITTLE ROCK – Deer hunters will be able to pursue their game with one more option this season, thanks to a recent regulation change by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. During the annual hunting regulations review process, commissioners voted to legalize large-caliber air rifles that meet certain standards for deer hunting during modern gun […]
  • Apply for Michigan antlerless deer licenses starting July 15
    Antlerless deer license application period: July 15 to Aug. 15 Some areas of the state have a limited number of antlerless deer license applications available, making applying for that deer management unit important for some. Private land applications do require a landowner phone number, so have it ready. Young hunters, 16 and under, can buy […]
  • Georgia Deer Baiting Changes
    ATLANTA, Ga. – On the authority of the 2011 law, the Board of Natural Resources recently approved a measure allowing hunters on private lands across the state to hunt as close as they would like to supplemental feed. This change, in effect for the 2018-19 deer hunting season, remedies an existing disparity among hunters hunting […]
  • Capped resident elk tags go on sale in early July
    Idaho resident hunters wanting to purchase a general season elk tag in a capped zone will need to keep two dates in mind in early July. On Tuesday, July 10, all resident capped elk zone tags, except for the Sawtooth Zone, go on sale at 10 a.m. (MDT) at Fish and Game offices, license vendors, […]
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  • Recreational red snapper season closes July 21
    If you haven’t made it out yet, the red snapper season for recreational anglers fishing from private vessels and for charter captains who do not have a federal reef fish permit is open through July 20, closing July 21. The federal season for for-hire operations with federal reef fish permits is open through July 21, […]
  • Louisiana Red Snapper Landing Estimates Through July 1
    The latest catch statistics for recreational red snapper recorded by LA Creel, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ near real-time landings data collection program, are 344,029 pounds, or 46 percent of Louisiana’s allocation of 743,000 pounds. It is important to note that these data do not cover the full Fourth of July holiday week […]
  • North Dakota Walleye Fingerlings Stocked
    North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel recently stocked nearly 10 million walleye fingerlings in more than 140 waters across the state. “Considering not many went into Lake Sakakawea, this was one of the largest stockings of more than 8 million fingerlings into the smaller fishing waters across the state,” said Jerry Weigel, fisheries […]
  • Don’t Feed The Seals Signs Go Up At Popular West O‘ahu Fishing Spot
    Honolulu – When it comes to food, Hawaiian monk seals behave much like dogs. Feed them once and they’ll come back for more. That’s one of the messages the DLNR Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR) and NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) is relaying to fishers who frequent the small bay adjacent to the Kahe […]
  • Lake Jordan Stocked with Florida Bass
    Recently, the Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Fisheries Section stocked approximately 300,000 Florida largemouth bass into Jordan Reservoir in Elmore County, Ala. The May 2018 stocking is part of a continuing effort to shift the genetics of Alabama’s native Northern largemouth bass population to one with more desirable growth traits. The 1- […]
  • Reser Reservoir being drained
    Reser Reservoir, a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) reservoir located approximately 18 miles northwest of Chinook, will be slowly drained throughout the summer due to structural damage at the dam. A small washout was observed this spring, and repair and maintenance to the dam is necessary to avoid a complete loss to the structure. Montana […]
  • Razor clamming closed on Clatsop beaches July 15-Sept. 30
    ASTORIA, Ore. – Razor clamming will close 11:59 p.m. Saturday, July 14 on Clatsop County beaches for the annual conservation closure to protect newly-set young clams. Since 1967 the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has closed the 18 miles of beaches north of Tillamook Head to razor clam digging while young clams establish themselves […]
  • Commercial Gulf Shrimp Season Opens Saturday, July 15
    AUSTIN – The Gulf of Mexico commercial shrimp season for both state and federal waters will reopen 30 minutes after sunset on Sunday, July 15, 2018. The opening date is based on an evaluation of the biological, social and economic impact to maximize the benefits to the industry and the public. In making its determination, […]