In a moment that fans of SyFy Channel’s strangely successful franchise, Sharknado, will surely celebrate, weird creatures appear to be falling out of the sky in Fairbanks. So are these lampreys signs of the beginning of the end? The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has a rational explanation: From ADFG’s Facebook page: This past week … Read more Lampreys Falling From The Sky In Fairbanks?
Brooklyn Center, MN – In preparation for a busy fishing and boating season, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources launched a Clean Drain Dry media campaign to help raise awareness of invasive species. Through a partnership facilitated by Wildlife Forever, highway billboards targeting anglers and boaters will be posted throughout the state. “Preventing the … Read more Wildlife Forever’s Crusade Against Invasive Species
OSWEGO COUNTY, NY – Hundreds of spey casting fanatics will celebrate their unique sport with expert instructors and equipment manufacturers on the legendary Salmon River Friday through Sunday, June 26 to 28, for the eighth annual “Spey Nation.” The informal gathering gives anglers who cast with spey rods the opportunity to discuss techniques, buy equipment, … Read more Event Brings Together Spey Casting Fanatics
From the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce Name: KWF’s Kenai River Festival Date: June 12, 2015 – June 14, 2015 Website: http://www.kenaiwatershed.org Event Description: Celebrate with Free, Family Fun for Everyone! The Kenai Watershed Forum is proud to present the annual Kenai River Festival as a community celebration of the Kenai River. Each year the Kenai Watershed Forum strives … Read more Kenai River Festival This Month
This news is a couple days old, but sheep hunters who relied on aerial spotting will not have that luxury, the Alaska Board of Game confirmed. From the Alaska Dispatch: At a town hall meeting with the board earlier this year, Mike Meekin, owner of Meekin’s Air Service in Sutton, emphasized the importance of giving … Read more BOG Upholds Spotting Ban For Sheep