National Fishing and Boating Week is a national celebration highlighting the importance of recreational boating and Fishing. Federal and state land managers host lots of events and offer free fishing days around the country to commemorate National Fishing and Boating Week June 5-13 2021.
Did you know that you can be a super-star conservationist just by going fishing? Whether you prefer fly-fishing on a wild and scenic river, noodling for catfish, or dropping a line in an urban waterway, here are some basics to get you started fishing responsibly!
Looking for the best way to catch a catfish, land a lake trout, or snag a smallmouth? Whether you are a beginning angler wondering about walleye or teaching your kids to fish for crappie, here’s a roundup of some of our favorite fishing tips from the experts who raise them.
National Fishing and Boating Week (June 5 - June 13, 2021) is a great time to learn to fish, reconnect with your kayak, and enjoy the water with friends and family.
June is Great Outdoors Month and #TeamPublicLands at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service presents our top five list to get you outside. There are so many great activities, we hope to pique your interest.