Friday, 23 March 2012 16:01
The warmer weather is bringing more and more people into Utah's backcountry. But many of these folks aren't hiking or mountain biking—they're "hunting" for shed antlers. If you decide to look for shed antlers this spring, remember to look for them only on foot.
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Monday, 19 March 2012 10:26
Reports are coming in that the ice is melting on the lower elevation reservoirs. This usually brings a smile to anglers because it means that good fishing is here!
Thursday, 15 March 2012 10:42
If you like to catch trout from the shore, start paying attention to Utah's fishing reports—some of the best shore fishing of the year is about to begin.
Monday, 12 March 2012 10:16
If you'd like to learn more about birds, plants and wetlands around the Great Salt Lake and to share what you learn with school kids, then the Great Salt Lake Nature Center wants you as a volunteer naturalist.
Friday, 10 February 2012 12:23
Winter is a great time to see mule deer—and lots of them. Herds that number more than 100 deer are often seen near major roads in Utah. While it's exciting to see deer in the winter, please remember that winter is also the toughest time of the year for deer.
Thursday, 01 March 2012 11:52
If catching big tiger trout sounds like fun, you should visit Scofield Reservoir in the next few days. In February, the reservoir in central Utah produced not one—but two—Utah state record fish.
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 09:00
Hunters might lose their chance to hunt snow geese in and near Delta in the spring. During past hunts, landowners in the Delta area have had some difficult encounters with spring snow goose hunters.
Thursday, 23 February 2012 09:09
A new state record tiger trout has been caught in Utah. Last week—after a day of fishing at Scofield Reservoir in central Utah—an excited Trent Peery dropped by the Division of Wildlife Resources' office in Springville with the gigantic tiger trout he caught earlier that day.
Friday, 13 January 2012 09:57
Starting this spring, bear hunters will have opportunities they've never had before in Utah. The new opportunities have been made possible through a new bear management plan the Utah Wildlife Board approved in 2011.
Friday, 17 February 2012 09:33
Seventy-two wild turkeys were released in southeastern Utah on Feb. 5. The 72 turkeys will augment turkey populations in the area that had been reduced in number by heavy snows that fell during the winter of 2009–2010.
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