North America’s abundance of snow geese – and the damage they’re causing to their fragile Arctic breeding grounds in northern Canada – has prompted state and federal fish and wildlife agencies to expand this year’s hunting season in an attempt cut the species’ numbers in half.
This is because the airport parking lot has become an automotive owner’s nightmare as hundreds of rabbits have turned parked cars into their personal chew toys.
“I thought some of your older readers might like to see that old guys can still be successful at hunting the monster bucks here in Door County,” is how Rick Brawner of Fish Creek, Wisconsin signed the above photo he sent to Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com.
The construction supervisor was fishing in the Alabama Associated General Contractors Bonanza Days fishing tournament on August 11 when he hooked into monster fish. Mark said he knew it was a big fish the moment it hit the 60-pound test line. He also knew that the fish would head for the confines of the shipwreck Mark was fishing over if he didn’t do something creative.
Further proof that the Everglades have been overrun with invasive pythons came in the form of a 17-foot, 7-inch long monster caught and killed earlier this week.
Jo Green broke the world record for largest carp caught by a female angler when she landed a 84-pound monster.
The IGFA announced last week that the young Miss Bennett was fishing Key West, Florida with her uncle Captain Brian Bennett when she landed a 38-pound black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci). Brielle about 10 minutes from time the grouper swallowed her live goggle eye until she was able to hoist it up on the back deck.
Controversy over African game mounts leads to their removal from a South Carolina high school principal's office.
Cerathotoa italic, nicknamed Betty by scientists, enters young fish through the gills then positions itself on top of the tongue where it feeds on the host’s blood.
A new and as yet unpublished analysis written by Tim Tinker and Brian Hatfield of the United States Geological Survey concludes that sea otter attacks off the California coast are four times higher than they were in the 1980’s and early 1990’s.
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