According to the Oklahoma Game Wardens Facebook page, a woman got caught bragging about killing a deer to a man she was conversing with on a dating app. Little did she know the man she was chatting with was an Oklahoma game warden. […]
The removal of oyster dredges on Big Lake could be having a positive effect on the estuary’s oyster population. According to a press release from the Coastal Conservation Association of Louisiana, biologists with the state’s Department of Wildlife and Fisheries saw a 50 percent increase in total abundance of oysters on Calcasieu Lake […]
In response to a potential decline in cobia numbers, the Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council is considering ways to reduce harvests — including increasing the minimum size limit, decreasing the possession limit, imposing a vessel limit — or some combination of all these measures.
A 30-year-old Mansfield man was recently convicted in both Desoto and Bossier parishes for selling deer and squirrel meat to an undercover enforcement agent, resulting in more than $6,000 in civil restitution, fines and court costs.
At its October meeting, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission approved a declaration of emergency that expands the current cervid carcass importation ban to include Louisiana lands east of the Mississippi River.
Enforcement agents with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries cited two men for alleged fishing violations last month after they were allegedly found with 53 bass in Terrebonne Parish.