Fishing News 09-22-2022

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Fishing News 09-22-2022: Here you can check out some international news that has something to do with fishing. Some items are very actual.

LDWF Announces Next Set of Dates for Free Fishing Courses

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Rene LeBreton Baton Rouge, La.)

Last month, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) started a new Fishing Course Series. It was well received, and we are happy to announce that more courses will be added all over Louisiana. The next set of classes will be held in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Houma, Lake Charles, and Natchitoches. In addition to the “Intro to Fishing” courses, the LDWF has added an “All Ages” course and a “Beginner Catfishing” course to encourage parents and guardians to join with their children.


Sep 22, 2022

(source: by angelamontana)

TWIN BRIDGES – On Wednesday, Sept. 21, there will no longer be a ban on fishing on the Jefferson River.

Since July, fishing isn’t allowed anywhere on the Jefferson River because the water is too warm and there isn’t enough water moving through it. Temperatures have gone down, and by Wednesday, the Jefferson will have enough water flowing through it to meet the criteria set by the management to open the river.

‘Bright sparks in London’ blasted over proposals to ban fishing on Holy Island

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by James Robinson)

After hearing a passionate speech from the island’s councilor, Northumberland County Council voted against plans to ban fishing on Holy Island.

This year, the Department of Food, Environment, and Rural Affairs (Defra) announced a consultation on creating a highly protected marine area (HPMA) around the island. This would stop fishing at Lindisfarne, which has been done for thousands of years.

At the county council meeting on Wednesday, Coun Colin Hardy, who represents Norham and Islandshires, asked his fellow councilors to vote as strongly as possible against the plans.

A millennial advocate pushes for a youth-led digital future for Indonesian fisheries

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Gafar Abdullah on 22 September 2022 | Adapted by Melati Kaye)

JEMBER, Indonesia — Siti Aisyah Amini, who is in her fourth year of law school and lives in Semarang, Indonesia, took a break from campus life earlier this month to go to the Food and Agriculture Organization’s Committee on Fisheries summit.

Aisyah, who goes by her middle name, is 24 years old and is not from a fishing family. She became interested in fishers’ rights after reading articles about their lives and getting the feeling that they were not getting the attention they needed in Indonesia, which has the world’s fourth most people.

Kootenay Lake Fishing Report

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Contributor)

Well, that went by fast!

The summer went by quickly, and now we’re home from the west coast.

And it was another great summer.

When we first got to the island in July, there seemed to be a lot of cohos and the halibut fishing was great. We mostly fished near shore for Chinook and Coho, but we went out to sea to catch halibut.

As July went on, the fishing for Chinook got better and the coho seemed to leave. The fishing for halibut stayed great all month.

National Hunting and Fishing Day Activities on Saturday, Sept. 24

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by ???)

National Hunting and Fishing Day is celebrated every year in North Carolina. It is a day to encourage outdoor activities and conservation. Come to one of our family-friendly events that show off the great hunting and fishing history of our area.

The John Lentz Hunter Education Complex at 1017 Millstone Road in Ellerbe is open for free from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 24.

On the Lentz campus, you can take part in a full schedule of events or check out the many things going on all day. Throughout the day, door prizes will be given out. There is no need to sign up.

UW-Green Bay Awarded Over $101,000 for Freshwater Fishing Research | Seehafer News

Sep 22, 2022


More than $101,000 has been given to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.

The money comes from a statewide plan supported by the Wisconsin State Legislature and Gov. Tony Evers to deal with the state’s “Grand Water Challenges.”

A student-led study of the economic effects of fishing in Wisconsin will get $7,800 from this grant, and over $14,000 will be used to use the strength of the Wisconsin Agriculture-Water Nexus Network (WAW2N) to give students life-changing experiences.

Guidelines for hunting, fishing, trapping, and recreating on Montana state trust land

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by ???)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

GLASGOW – During Montana’s hunting season, a lot of people will probably hunt on land owned by the state. The Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation takes care of these public lands, which are great for recreation and are used by public schools and other public organizations.

In northeast Montana, Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Region 6 have a lot of state trust land in the middle of Valley County and in the western part of Daniels County. There are also small patches of state trust land all over Blaine County.

Pandemic Poaching Sets Rockfish Conservation Efforts Back Years

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Larry Pynn)

In 2020 and 2021, the amount of illegal fishing in rockfish conservation areas near Galiano Island, British Columbia, went up by a lot.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic started in early 2020, illegal fishing has been a big problem on Galiano Island in southwestern British Columbia. In the last two years, the number of suspected poaching incidents in three marine reserves near the island that are meant to protect rockfish has gone up by a lot.

Natalie Ban is a professor of environmental studies at the University of Victoria in British Columbia and the lead author of a recent study. She says, “It’s really quite disappointing.” “Things were getting better… Then the pandemic happens, and things seem to have fallen apart on the compliance front.”

Free Fishing Day this weekend

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by News Report)

PLATTSBURGH: This weekend, people of all skill levels are encouraged to cast a line and enjoy fishing in freshwater.

Saturday, September 24, is Free Fishing Day in New York. This is one of six Free Fishing Days held each year, and it also happens to be National Hunting and Fishing Day, which is celebrated to promote outdoor activities that help New York’s economy and help protect fish and wildlife.

Gov. Kathy Hochul said on Sept. 22 that Free Fishing Days are a great way for New Yorkers to enjoy the outdoors at one of the state’s many world-class fishing spots, from Babylon to Buffalo. “I encourage everyone to take advantage of Free Fishing Day this weekend, support the local economy in New York, and see the results of our many conservation efforts to protect and improve our natural resources.”


Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Lawrence Hajna (DEP) , Caryn Shinske (DEP) , Peter Peretzman (BPU))

TRENTON – As part of Climate Week, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities announced today that they have chosen more research projects to make sure that wind energy development off the coast of New Jersey is done in a way that is good for the environment.

The Offshore Wind Research and Monitoring Initiative (RMI) made this second round of projects possible. They will look at how offshore wind farms might affect the recreational fishing industry, use acoustic telemetry to track the movements of fish, use passive acoustic technologies to track the movements of whales and look at offshore wind infrastructure as a possible platform for long-term environmental and ecological monitoring.

Keeping it reel: Kids’ Fishing Derby is turning 20

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Kyla Russell)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — It’s been 20 years since the first Kids’ Fishing Derby.

For many years, the Kids’ Fishing Derby has brought kids ages 4 to 14 to Lilly Lake at Eagle Creek Park to enjoy the “old fishing hole.”

It won’t be any different on Saturday when the event celebrates its 20th anniversary from 9 a.m. to noon.

The point of the day is to get kids out of the house and back into the great outdoors.

California Assembly Bill 2109 Signed Into Law, Providing New Protections For White Sharks

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by ???)

On Monday, September 19, Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 2109 into law. This gives white sharks in the waters of California new protections. White sharks, which are also called “great white sharks,” are already protected because they are top-level predators and an important part of the ocean ecosystem. People and scientists are very interested in them.

The bill, which was backed by Assemblymember Steve Bennett, was passed by the California legislature with the support of an overwhelming majority. The new rules are meant to stop people from doing things that could lead to more interactions between white sharks and people.

They also give law enforcement more tools to protect white sharks from people who try to catch or lure them on purpose. By putting limits on when and where chum and shark bait can be used, the new law also helps keep people from coming into contact with white sharks that fishermen have caught by accident. This is done without stopping other legal fishing activities.

Nebraska man threatened to kill federal officer after being cited for a fishing violation

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by Nolan Dorn)

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – After threatening to kill a federal officer over a fishing ticket, a Blair man will spend almost ten years in prison.

Cody Cape, who is 24 years old, was given a 117-month prison sentence on Thursday for threatening to kill a federal law enforcement officer and carrying a gun during a violent crime.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says that a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officer gave Cape a ticket for illegal fishing in October 2020.

The officer was looking into whether Cape and one of his friends had killed a wild animal.

A friend of Cape’s picked him up two months later and told him to drive to the officer’s home in Blair.

Crooked River, Ochoco Creek closed to fishing starting Sept. 24 due to low water flows

Sep 22, 2022

(source: by ???)

PRINEVILLE, Ore.— Because of the ongoing drought and low water levels, the ODFW will stop fishing in the Crooked River and Ochoco Creek on Saturday, September 24, and at least through October 31.

Central Oregon has been in a drought for many years, and now the streamflows and reservoirs in this area are at all-time lows. During the summer, water is let out of the Prineville Reservoir and the Ochoco Reservoir into the Crooked River and the Ochoco Creek so that farmers can water their crops. These releases also help keep enough water moving for gamefish that live in the area, like redband trout and mountain whitefish.

This year, the season for watering crops will end a few weeks earlier than usual. Because of this, the reservoirs will only let out a small amount of water over the next month or more. This means that resident gamefish species will have a lot less space to live. Fish will gather in the pools that are still there, making them more vulnerable to predators and making it harder for them to get food.


This brings me to the conclusion of this various news (09-22-2022). I hope you enjoyed it, and please feel free to leave any questions, more information, comments, ambiguities, or untruths in the comments.

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