An emergency trap-and-truck operation of Idaho-bound endangered sockeye salmon because of high water temperatures in the Snake and Salmon rivers netted enough fish at an eastern Washington dam to sustain an elaborate hatchery program, wildlife officials said Tuesday.
When I teach my monthly fishing classes, I often get questions about fish finders. My answer: “God gave us two of them. Use them on every trip!”
The tiger muskie was hidden in a perfect ambush spot.
A grizzly bear attacked and killed a bicyclist who was camping in a small western Montana town early Tuesday, triggering an intensive search for the bruin by wildlife officials and law enforcement officers who planned to kill the animal, authorities said.
At the end of May, Daniel Ritz again found himself in unfamiliar waters. The 33-year-old Boisean had just landed in Alaska, the latest destination in his pursuit of more than a dozen rare trout species.
A drought is forcing Oregon to consider major changes this summer to everything from how it stocks trout in lakes and reservoirs across the state to when it will release some species of fish from hatcheries.
Chris Hemsworth is to front a documentary about Shark Beach in a bid to help people live more harmoniously with the sea creature.
Winston could do it all. He hiked mountains. He floated rivers. And — shocker, I know — he became a diehard fisherman.
The US is once again the shark attack capital of the world in 2020. Thanks, Florida!
Learning new styles of fishing is one of my favorite pastimes. The only downside is some lessons are painfully learned.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Wildlife advocates sued the federal government Tuesday in a bid to force officials to do more to conserve Canada lynx, …
A unique population of salmon that for thousands of years has been reproducing in one of Idaho’s wildest places experienced a small increase in adults returning to spawn this year.
A meager return of sockeye salmon to central Idaho this year despite high hopes and a new fish hatchery intended to help save the species from extinction has fisheries managers trying to figure out what went wrong.
Getting a big fish to bite is one of the most difficult—and exhilarating—tasks for any angler.
U.S. wildlife officials are withdrawing proposed protections for the snow-loving wolverine after determining the rare and elusive predator is not as threatened by climate change as once thought.
My wife suggested a family trip to the Oregon coast over Labor Day weekend, I required very little convincing.
In the spring of 2020 Fish and Game received reports of goldfish swimming in Heagle Pond adjacent to Lawrence Heagle Park in Hailey.
“Hey buddy,” texted my friend Jon. “The state record for catch-and-release white crappie is only 14 inches. Let’s go break it!”
Wildlife experts have reported more than a dozen sockeye salmon returned to Redfish Lake in central Idaho after reporting a record-low number of salmon last year.
The U.S. government announced Friday that four huge dams on the Snake River in Washington state will not be removed to help endangered salmon migrate to the ocean.