The Twin Tiers FFF (Fly Fishing Federation) will be hosting Katy Dunlap, Eastern Project Director of Trout Unlimited for a presentation entitled “Protecting Sportsmen’s Interests from the Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development”.
The Twin Tiers FFF (Fly Fishing Federation) will be hosting Katy Dunlap, Eastern Project Director of Trout Unlimited for a presentation entitled “Protecting Sportsmen’s Interests from the Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development”. The presentation is being co-sponsored by the Leon Chandler TU chapter and will be held on December 5, from 7 to 9 pm at the Big Flats Community Center.
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The reminders listed below include open and final recreational season dates occurring over the next two weeks only (December 2 through December 16). For all season dates and to view more information about hunting and fishing in New York, visit DEC’s Outdoor Activities(http://www.dec.ny.gov/62.html) webpage.
December 15 marks the final day for striped bass fishing in the marine and coastal district waters (waters south of the Tappan Zee Bridge).
(view the following maps to identify waterfowl hunting zones (http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28497.html) and Canada goose hunting areas(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28496.html) that are described below)
For Canada Goose:
· December 3 marks the final day for hunting in the Lake Champlain Goose Hunting Area for the 2011 season.
· December 5 marks the final day for hunting in the Northeast Goose Hunting Area for the season.
· December 5 to January 29 marks the open season for hunting in the Eastern Long Island Goose Hunting Area.
· December 11 marks the final day of the first split season in the South Goose Hunting Area. The season will re-open on December 26.
· December 12 marks the final day for hunting in the East Central Goose Hunting Area for the 2011 season.
For Duck, Coot, Merganser:
· December 5 marks the final day of the first split season for hunting in the Western Waterfowl Zone. The second split season will reopen on December 26.
· December 5 to January 29 marks the open season in the Long Island Waterfowl Zone.
· December 10 marks the final day for hunting in the Northeast Waterfowl Zone for the 2011 season.
For Snow Goose:
· December 10 marks the final day of the first split season for hunting in the Western Waterfowl Zone. The season will reopen on December 26.
· December 15 to January 29 marks the open season of the last split season for hunting in the Long Island Waterfowl Zone.
· December 10 marks the final day for fisher and marten trapping(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/30442.html) in all open areas of the state, and also marks the final day for bobcat trapping(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/29045.html) in northern areas of the State.
· On December 10, body-gripping traps used on land may no longer be set with lure or bait for all raccoon, fox, skunk, coyote, opossum, and weasel trapping(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/30507.html) in northern areas of the State. The season remains open through February 15.
· December 15 to February 25 marks the open season for mink and muskrat trapping(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/30510.html) for Long Island.
Small Game(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/27801.html) and Furbearer(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/45559.html) Hunting
· December 10 marks the final day for bobcat hunting(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/29475.html) in Wildlife Management Unit 6N(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9336.html#WMU6N) only.
· December 12 to February 29 marks the open season for varying hare hunting(http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/29451.html) in southeastern areas of the state.
Your Observations Can Help the Health of the Great Lakes!
If you spend time around the Great Lakes shoreline, please consider sharing your observations of injured or dead animals, or algal blooms by using the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Wildlife Health Event Reporter (http://glri.wher.org/) (GLRI-WHER). Scientists working in state, federal and non-profit agencies are looking for your help to identify events that are important in research of avian botulism and algal bloom outbreaks, in the interest of protecting wildlife from this disease as well as algal neurotoxins. For a healthy Great Lakes ecosystem, do your part and share what you see by setting up a reporter account (http://glri.wher.org/users/add) on the GLRI-WHER website. E-mail any questions regarding reporting to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details on avian (type E) botulism (http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/28433.html), visit the DEC website.
Posted: 30 Nov 2011 12:57 PM PST
If you’ve found it difficult to make sense of all the arguments for giving the Atlantic striped bass “game fish status”——this film from Stripers Forever lays it all out for you. Some of the luminaries of saltwater fishing, from Lou Tabory to Rip Cunningham, weigh in on why this is an important fight for anglers. After you’ve watched the video, visit Stripers Forever online for more information and for tips on how you can help.
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