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  • How two former Dayton players plan to use TBT to make up for a lost NCAA tournament
    The Flyers didn't get a shot at a national title because of the coronavirus pandemic, but two of their 2019-20 men's basketball players have a chance at glory in The Basketball Tournament.
  • Ohio St. pauses campus workouts due to virus
    Ohio State has paused all voluntary workouts on campus after its latest round of testing for the coronavirus. The decision impacts seven teams, including the football team and men's and women's basketball teams.
  • Cunningham: Boynton why I stayed at OK State
    Oklahoma State coach Mike Boynton kept star recruit Cade Cunningham from leaving the program in part because he was willing to lose him.
  • Prospect Sochan to play in Germany due to virus
    Highly touted prospect Jeremy Sochan has elected to play next season in Germany because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Florida's Mann returning for chance to start
    Florida guard Tre Mann will be returning for his sophomore season.
  • 5-star guard Christie commits to Michigan State
    Five-star guard Max Christie is committing to Michigan State.
  • Alabama agrees to play 3 games with Memphis
    Coach Penny Hardaway and Memphis will play Alabama three times over the next three seasons with two of those games in Memphis.
  • Louisville halts hoops activity after 2 test positive
    Two members of the Louisville men's basketball program have tested positive for the coronavirus and have been quarantined, while the team has suspended activities.
  • South Dakota Second Deer Draw Applications Now Being Taken
    Applications are now being accepted for the second draw for South Dakota’s East River, West River, and Refuge Deer Seasons. Paper applications must be postmarked by July 17, and online applications are due July 22, 8 a.m. CDT. If you are applying via paper application, and you have not already purchased a Habitat Stamp, you […]
  • Get fall deer and turkey hunting info from new MDC booklet
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri deer and turkey hunters can get the most current information on upcoming fall hunting from the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) 2020 Fall Deer and Turkey Hunting & Regulations Information booklet, available where permits are sold and online at huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/fall-deer-and-turkey-hunting-regulations-and-information. The booklet has detailed information on fall deer and turkey […]
  • Applications for controlled deer hunts at six state parks available
    SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is now accepting applications to participate in controlled deer hunts at six state parks. Controlled hunts are scheduled for the fall at Beech Fork, Cacapon Resort, Canaan Valley Resort, North Bend, Pipestem Resort and Twin Falls Resort state parks. Hunters have until Aug. 30 […]
  • MDC announces five hunters drawn for elk permits
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is offering Missourians the state’s first elk-hunting season in modern history starting this October. For the inaugural season, MDC will issue one permit each to five lucky Missourians randomly drawn from 19,215 permit applications, including 33 for one resident-landowner antlered-elk permit and 19,182 for four […]
  • Twenty-three drawn for Arkansas’s 2020 public land elk hunt
    JASPER — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has selected 23 Arkansans to participate in this year’s annual public land elk hunt. The hunters were randomly drawn from 5,275 applicants who applied in May through a third-party vendor. Wes Wright, elk program coordinator for the AGFC, says this is the same system used for deer, […]
  • North Dakota Deer Lottery Held, Licenses Remain
    North Dakota’s deer gun lottery has been held and individual results are available online at the state Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. Chief of administrative services Kim Kary said moving to an online lottery has resulted in reducing the time between the application deadline and the lottery run date. “It’s a major benefit in […]
  • ODFW seeks input on Eastern Oregon archery, Cascade elk season
    SALEM, Ore. — ODFW is in the third year of a review of its big game regulations meant to improve regulations and align them with current biological objectives for wildlife and preferences among hunters. The department is looking for feedback on the latest concepts for changes, which would take effect in the 2021 hunting seasons. […]
  • Deer hunts within city limits available to hunters in Helena-West Helena
    HELENA-WEST HELENA — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, City of Helena-West Helena and Arkansas Bowhunters Association have partnered together to create an innovative solution to address expanding white-tailed deer populations near people’s homes in east Arkansas. This fall, special archery-only hunts will be allowed within Helena-West Helena city limits to remove excess deer and […]
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  • Atlantic red snapper season to begin
    Researchers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are looking for anglers’ help to capture information about the Atlantic red snapper fishery. The 2020 recreational season in Atlantic federal waters is July 10-12 and July 17. Anglers are limited to one fish per person, per day, […]
  • Bay scallop season opens July 17 in Pasco County
    The 2020 recreational bay scallop season for Pasco County opens Friday, July 17 and will remain open through Sunday, July 26. This region includes all state waters south of the Hernando – Pasco county line and north of the Anclote Key Lighthouse in northern Pinellas County, and includes all waters of the Anclote River. Additional […]
  • AGFC biologists round up Lake Erling catfish in rodeo for new study
    TAYLOR – Biologists from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission spent a week in June getting a good look at the size and scope of the flathead and blue catfish swimming the waters of Lake Erling, in the southwest corner of the state. The verdict from the study is yet to be determined until samples […]
  • More summer Chinook fishing on the Columbia River July 9-15
    CLACKAMAS, Ore. — Fishery managers in Washington and Oregon set additional Chinook salmon fishing days during their joint meeting today thanks to an upper Columbia summer Chinook run that is exceeding original forecasts. Recreational fishing will be open July 9-15 for the retention of hatchery Chinook (adults and jacks), in the mainstem Columbia River from […]
  • DNR to eliminate the remaining fish population at Hickory Grove Lake
    COLO – Story County Conservation (SCC) and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are partnering to renovate the remaining fishery in Hickory Grove Lake. The DNR will treat Hickory Grove Lake later this summer (pending workable weather conditions) with rotenone, a botanical pesticide, to eliminate the remaining fish population. An attempt was made last […]
  • Razor clamming closed on Clatsop beaches July 15-Sept. 30
    ASTORIA, Ore. – The annual summer conservation closure for razor clams begins Wednesday, July 15 and runs through Sept. 30 on Clatsop beaches (from Tillamook Head in Seaside to the mouth of the Columbia River.) Clatsop beaches account for more than 90 percent of the total razor clam harvest in Oregon. This regulation has been […]
  • North Dakota Anglers Should Keep Fish Caught in Deep Water
    North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel encourage anglers to keep fish caught from depths of more than 25 feet, rather than practice catch-and-release. Scott Gangl, Game and Fish fisheries management section leader, said while catch-and-release is often encouraged under the right conditions, fish reeled in from this depth will likely die if released. […]
  • Reporting fish die-offs helps the DNR
    Anyone who finds several or more dead fish in a lake or stream can help by reporting these fish die-offs, which happen occasionally and usually result from natural causes. “It can be unsettling and concerning to find a number of dead fish,” said Tom Burri, limnology consultant with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources who […]