Friday, 07 May 2010 16:02
The Division of Wildlife Resources has launched a new online Mussel-Aware Boater program. The program should reduce the time you and other boaters have to spend in line before officials allow you to launch your boat.
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Friday, 23 April 2010 10:21
News from Colorado is capturing the attention of biologists, anglers and water managers in Utah. A recent discovery in Colorado may mean that rusty crayfish are moving westward.
Thursday, 22 April 2010 11:18
DWR Biologists say that fishing is better than it's been in years on the Weber River. In addition to browns and whitefish, if you fish in the Henefer, Peterson or Mountain Green areas, you might catch a nice Bonneville cutthroat trout too.
Friday, 16 April 2010 10:11
Want to know what it feels like to catch a fish that's more than three feet long and weighs almost 20 pounds? You might find out if you grab your fishing gear—including a foot or two of metal leader—and head to Yuba Reservoir in the next few months.
Thursday, 01 April 2010 11:12
To help clear up the confusion and get correct information to anglers, the Division of Wildlife Resources has placed some information about House Bill 141 on its Web site.
Friday, 16 April 2010 10:10
During his 20 years compiling fishing reports for the Division of Wildlife Resources, Scott Root has talked to hundreds of anglers. Without hesitation, he says most anglers list walleye as Utah's best tasting fish.
Wednesday, 31 March 2010 16:38
At their March 31, 2010 meeting, members of the Utah Wildlife Board revised Utah's elk management plan. The plan, which is updated every five years, guides elk management in Utah.
Thursday, 01 April 2010 17:07
Perry Bunderson, of Moore, Utah, has fished Nine Mile for years. And on March 25, fishing the reservoir paid off big time. Bunderson caught a beautiful nine-pound tiger trout.
Friday, 19 March 2010 12:00
Wildlife biologists found an encouraging sight when they visited a bear den near Vernal: Two bear yearlings, which were just cubs one year before, that were alive and doing well.
Thursday, 01 April 2010 16:57
If you enjoy catching trout in rivers and streams in northern Utah, you won't have to wait long. Runoff is expected to be lower than normal this spring, which means that some of the year's best river and stream fishing will kick off early.
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