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  • Bubble Watch 2021: Welcome to the party, Spartans
    On the outside looking in most of the season, Michigan State has played its way into tourney consideration.
  • Bracketology: Duke, Michigan State getting closer in projected field of 68
    Big weeks for the Blue Devils and the Spartans have two of college basketball's iconic programs closing fast.
  • Weir out as New Mexico coach at end of season
    Paul Weir will not return as New Mexico's head coach next season, the school announced Friday.
  • Interim no more: Shockers' Brown gets 5-yr. deal
    Wichita State, which leads the AAC at 9-2 after a win over No. 6 Houston on Feb. 18, has signed Isaac Brown to a five-year deal as its full-time men's basketball coach. Brown has served as the interim coach all season.
  • Indy to relax COVID restrictions before tourneys
    Indianapolis will ease the restrictions on bars and restaurants starting next week, but the city's mayor says it is due to drops in COVID-19 cases and not the impending arrival of the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments.
  • NCAA overturns sanctions vs. Ga. Tech on appeal
    Sanctions levied against the Georgia Tech men's basketball program, including the loss of one scholarship per year until September 2023, have been overturned by the NCAA's Division I Infractions Appeals Committee.
  • ACC men's and women's tourneys to have fans
    The ACC announced Thursday that the easing of restrictions in North Carolina has opened the door for a limited number of fans to attend the basketball tournaments, after previously saying it wouldn't have public tickets available.
  • NCAA: No replacement teams after tourney starts
    The NCAA will not allow a team forced to withdraw from the tournament due to COVID-19 issues to be replaced after the tournament begins.
  • Night Hunting Case Leads to Largescale Deer Investigation
    Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited 12 subjects during the months of January and February for alleged illegal deer hunting activity in St. Landry Parish. Brannon Buller, 28, of Ville Platte, was arrested 20 counts each of hunting deer during illegal hours, hunting from a public road, and hunting from a moving […]
  • 21 Iowa deer test positive for chronic wasting disease
    The Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ 2020 surveillance of Iowa’s wild deer herd for the presence of chronic wasting disease has yielded 21 new positive deer, and has added two new counties to the list where positive deer have been found. The new positive deer were all from either an existing chronic wasting disease zone […]
  • DEC Announces Southern Zone Holiday Deer Hunt for December 2021
    New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the adoption of a new regulation to establish a “Holiday Deer Hunt” by extending the late bow and muzzleloader hunting seasons for deer from Dec. 26 to Jan. 1, in New York’s Southern Zone. “As part of our ongoing efforts to capitalize […]
  • Arkansas commission approves updated CWD management plan
    LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission unanimously approved an update to the agency’s official Chronic Wasting Disease Management and Response Plan at today’s meeting. The meeting was condensed to a single day and conducted via teleconferencing software because of impassable roads throughout much of the state. A feed of the meeting is […]
  • Lānaʻi Axis Deer and Mouflon Sheep Combination Hunting Season Announcement
    Lānaʻi City – The DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) announce that online applications for a combination 2021 Lānaʻi Axis Deer and Mouflon Sheep Season will be available to the public beginning Monday, February 22, 2021. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, hunters will be required to apply online for this hunt. The deadline for […]
  • Maryland Hunters Harvest 81,000 Deer during 2020-2021 Season
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reported that deer hunters harvested 81,729 deer during the combined archery, firearms, and muzzleloader seasons, from Sept. 11, 2020 through Feb. 3, 2021. The statewide harvest included 29,242 antlered and 49,033 antlerless white-tailed deer, plus 1,500 antlered and 1,954 antlerless sika deer. The harvest was 3% higher than the […]
  • Hoover’s Davis Reaches Pinnacle with High Hopes
    B.J. Davis of Hoover has lived through the peaks and valleys of a deer hunting career in Alabama. This season he reached the pinnacle with High Hopes, a buck that changed the record books for Buckmasters and Alabama Whitetail Records. The 42-year-old Davis started his deer-hunting career with a dog hunting club in south Alabama […]
  • Michigan NRC approves 2021 deer hunting regulations
    Deer hunting regulations for the 2021 season were approved Thursday by the Michigan Natural Resources Commission at its regular meeting, hosted virtually. The changes, aimed at further simplifying deer regulations and removing barriers to hunting participation, go into effect with the start of the 2021 deer hunting seasons in September. The regulations will provide additional […]
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  • FWC wants your input on snook, redfish and spotted seatrout in SW Florida
    At its February meeting, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) directed staff to gather public input on the future management of snook, redfish and spotted seatrout in the area of southwest Florida where they are currently catch-and-release only. This came after the Commission received a staff review of the latest Fish and Wildlife […]
  • Michigan DNR drafts walleye management plan for inland waters
    A healthy, abundant walleye population is a big part of Michigan’s fisheries. These native fish provide exciting opportunities for world-class recreational fishing and play an important ecological role as a top predator. Though several local, regional and Great Lakes-centric walleye plans exist, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has drafted the first statewide walleye plan […]
  • New species added to FWC Catch a Florida Memory
    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and its saltwater angler recognition program, Catch a Florida Memory will see the addition of two new qualifying Reel Big Fish. Effective March 1, anglers will be able to earn Reel Big Fish recognition for vermilion snapper and saltwater catfish. To qualify for a Reel Big Fish […]
  • States set initial 2021 Columbia River spring Chinook recreational seasons
    CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington adopted recreational spring Chinook salmon and steelhead seasons for the Columbia River today during a joint state hearing. These regulations modify the current rules which are in effect through Feb. 28 downstream of Bonneville Dam and through March 15 upstream of Bonneville. The lower Columbia River […]
  • Keep our native fish population robust and healthy
    In South Carolina, it is unlawful to intentionally release fish and other aquatic organisms into bodies of water where they were not captured. Moving fish and other aquatic organisms between water bodies is a substantial threat to our native animals and our sport fisheries. With the intention of creating new sport fisheries or changing existing […]
  • Lake aeration systems now operating in shallow Minnesota lakes
    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is urging the public to use caution on lake ice as winter aeration systems operate on many lakes. Aeration creates areas of thin ice and open water that are extremely hazardous to people and pets. The public should watch for the large orange and black warning signs at public […]
  • Delaware Pond Trout Season to Open Early
    Delaware’s 2021 downstate pond trout season will open early to minimize opening day crowds and accommodate responsible outdoor recreation during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) period. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s plans are subject to change based on health and safety considerations, and any further restrictions or changes to the season will […]
  • Wisconsin Ice Shanty Removal Dates
    MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds anglers that ice shanty removal deadlines are approaching. Permanent ice shanties, or those not removed daily, must be removed from all state waters by March 15. Early deadlines such as those for inland and boundary waters are: Wisconsin – Iowa boundary waters by Feb. […]