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  • What college basketball can look forward to from the freshman class
    The season is over and draft hopefuls have declared. But college basketball's incoming freshman class, headlined by Duke's top-ranked trio, could be pretty exciting.
  • Power, control and legacy: Bob Knight's last days at IU
    Almost 20 years after Indiana fired Bob Knight, the lessons of power and influence -- and their consequences -- still resonate.
  • Auburn guard Mitchell transferring to Baylor
    Point guard Davion Mitchell is transferring to Baylor after playing in all 34 games as a freshman at Auburn.
  • Syracuse guard Battle testing draft, no agent
    Syracuse guard/forward Tyus Battle has declared for the NBA draft without hiring an agent, the school announced Friday.
  • Terps' Huerter enters draft, won't hire agent
    Kevin Huerter, who averaged 14.8 points per game as a sophomore for Maryland, will enter the NBA draft and is a projected late-first-round pick.
  • UK freshman Vanderbilt entering NBA draft
    Jarred Vanderbilt, who averaged 5.9 points and 7.9 rebounds during his freshman season at Kentucky, has decided to enter the NBA draft.
  • Michigan's Matthews entering draft, no agent
    Michigan guard Charles Matthews, a projected first-rounder for 2019, will enter the NBA draft but not hire an agent.
  • Azubuike declares for draft, forsakes agent
    Kansas big man Udoka Azubuike announced he will enter the NBA draft but will not hire an agent.
  • Time running out to apply for a Kentucky elk hunt
    FRANKFORT, Ky. – Hunters interested in entering this year’s elk hunt drawing have until midnight (EST) April 30 to buy applications. Hunters can apply online at the department’s website, fw.ky.gov. Kentucky residents and non-residents are eligible to apply for four permit types but can only be drawn for one. Each application costs $10. Kentucky Fish […]
  • DNR biologists concerned about late U.P. winter impacts on deer
    With more snow predicted for the region this weekend, the prolonged wintry conditions being experienced in the Upper Peninsula show no sure signs of relenting soon, a circumstance that has state wildlife biologists concerned about the stressful impact to white-tailed deer. “A month ago, we were optimistic about the deer herd, with spring on the […]
  • Upper Peninsula Deer Habitat Improvement grants awarded
    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has awarded a total of $100,000 in deer habitat improvement grant funding to 11 entities for projects in the Upper Peninsula. The Deer Habitat Improvement Partnership Initiative is a competitive grant program designed to enhance deer habitat on non-state lands in the Upper Peninsula. “These grants will produce positive […]
  • North Dakota Deer Gratis Applications Online
    Landowners who are interested in applying for a 2018 deer gratis license can fill out their application online https://gf.nd.gov/buy-apply starting April 2 by visiting the state Game and Fish Department website, gf.nd.gov. The general deer lottery and muzzleloader applications will be available online in early May. The deadline for applying is June 6. Chief of […]
  • DEC Announces 2017 Deer Harvest Results
    Hunters in New York State enjoyed another successful year, harvesting an estimated 203,427 deer during the 2017-18 hunting seasons Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today. “Deer hunting in New York is a cherished and economically important tradition safely enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors each year,” Commissioner Seggos […]
  • Initial Results Negative For CWD in Northeast Louisiana
    Initial sampling efforts by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in East Carroll, Madison and Tensas parishes have not turned up any positive results of the disease. LDWF has sampled 188 deer from the three parishes, located in northeast Louisiana, with results received back on 114 of the […]
  • MDC reports 33 CWD positives out of nearly 24,500 samples
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports 33 news cases of chronic wasting disease (CWD) have been found following the testing of 24,486 free-ranging Missouri deer through its 2017-2018 sampling and testing efforts. The new cases were from the following counties: Adair (3), Cedar (1), Franklin (4), Jefferson (1), Linn (7), […]
  • Kansas 2018-2019 Deer Seasons Set
    PRATT – The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KWPT) Commission approved recommendations for the 2018-2019 deer season dates during the public hearing portion of the March 22 meeting in Topeka. Commissioners voted unanimously in favor the following seasons: Sept. 8-16, 2018 – youth and hunters with disabilities; Sept. 17-30, 2018 – muzzleloader; Sept. 17-Dec. 31, […]
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  • DNREC announces summer flounder minimum size reduction
    DOVER – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced that the summer flounder minimum size has been reduced to 16.5 inches for recreational anglers, half an inch less than the previous 17-inch minimum size. Summer flounder season remains open year round and the possession limit remains at four summer flounder per person per day. The […]
  • ODFW to issue two brine shrimp permits – Apply by April 25
    SALEM, Ore. — ODFW will award two brine shrimp permits May 1 at ODFW headquarters in Salem. “The commercial brine shrimp fishery in Oregon is limited to three permits,” said Linda Lytle, license service manager for ODFW. “If the number of permits falls below three we hold a lottery to bring the number back up […]
  • TPWD Closing Oyster Harvest in Areas of San Antonio Bay
    AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is closing TX-25 in San Antonio Bay to commercial and recreational oyster harvest beginning Tuesday, April 24, 2018. This closing is based on samples recently collected by TPWD showing low abundance of legal-sized oysters. Chapter 76, Parks and Wildlife Code, and the Oyster Management Proclamation, Section […]
  • Game Wardens Crack Down on Illegal Fish Trade in Houston
    AUSTIN — State game wardens issued more than 150 citations to 19 fish markets and restaurants in the Houston area that illegally purchased game fish from undercover officers during a recently completed sting conducted by the Special Operations unit of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Law Enforcement Division. During the two-year operation, wardens in […]
  • Plentiful Crappies Proves Tempting for Poachers
    Law enforcement officers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) have made several recent gross overlimit cases on crappie anglers in the San Joaquin Valley, prompting increased patrols for anglers targeting those fish. Crappie is a sport fish common throughout California and most of North America. The bag limit for crappie is 25 […]
  • Regulation helps Michigan anglers pursuing steelhead this spring
    Recent legislation passed in Michigan has simplified fishing regulations for anglers, particularly those pursuing steelhead on the state’s rivers and streams in the spring. The legislation removed a net size restriction that has been in place for many years to protect spawning salmon from illegally being harvested. The restriction can be found on page 10 […]
  • New estimate shows healthy Mille Lacs smallmouth bass population
    Since the late 1990s, Mille Lacs Lake has become an increasingly popular destination for anglers who want to catch trophy-sized smallmouth bass. Until now, it wasn’t known how many of these fish – prized more for their fight than their fillets – called the lake home. A population estimate completed in 2018 shows there are […]
  • Sign up for the 2018 Lionfish Challenge, win up to $5,000
    Attention recreational and commercial lionfish hunters: Registration for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) 2018 Lionfish Challenge is open. Register at MyFWC.com/Lionfish. This year’s Challenge begins on Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day, May 19, and will run through Sept. 3. Join us for the Challenge kickoff at the Lionfish Removal and Awareness Day […]