Articles from the February 15, 2012 edition

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Adaptive Athletes Heading To Boston To Compete In World Indoor Rowing Championship

In the cold of winter when rowers cannot get out on the Charles River in Boston, committed athletes still compete. No, they are not in sleek rowing shells but rather on the torture machine known as... Full story


Lake Havasu Boat Show Breaks Through 100-Exhibitor Barrier

Although the national mainstream media continues to bemoan a frustratingly slow economic recovery, exhibitors at the 21st Annual Lake Havasu Boat Show, April 20-22, are certainly doing their part to... Full story



The following is a list of exhibitors who have expressed their intention to participate at the 2012 Lake Havasu Boat Show, April 20-22. This is not a complete list, still 2-1/2 months before the show opens — more exhibitors will be added as commitmen... Full story


Teague Custom Marine/LakeRacer LLC Present Desert Storm Performance Boat Event

The Nautical Inn Resort in Lake Havasu has hosted LakeRacer LLC events for many years. One of the few destinations in the West with beach front boat parking right outside your room. Featuring the... Full story



Lake Havasu is one of the premier powerboat destinations for the western U.S. It is home to the London Bridge and several West Coast custom boat builders. Teague Custom Marine and LakeRacer LLC hope... Full story


It’s Time

The warm breezes of spring are blowing into town, and the choppy ocean is beginning to calm down for spring, making you want to rush to take your boat out. Halt. Wait a minute. Not so fast. There are... Full story


AZGFD Hosts CRLEA Annual Conference

This year’s annual Colorado River Law Enforcement Association (CRLEA) conference was held recently in Laughlin, Nev., and hosted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. For those who are not f... Full story


Book Early For Your Top-Deck Boat Party At Bartlett Lake

It’s nearly spring (actually, it feels like spring now) in Arizona. With the ideal weather at this time of year, getting out on the lake is an excellent idea. Two holidays coming up would be e... Full story

 By Hank Shaw    Events   

Arizona’s International Sportsmen’s Expo Features

The 12th annual Arizona International Sportsmen’s Exposition (ISE) arrives at the University of Phoenix Stadium, Thursday, Feb. 23-Sunday, Feb. 26. This year, the ISE is proud to announce a... Full story


BSA Grand Canyon Council Partners With 12th Annual ISE

The Boy Scouts of America’s Grand Canyon Council will partner with the 12th annual Arizona International Sportsmen’s Exposition (ISE) during the state’s largest outdoor event Feb. 23-26 at the Unive... Full story


The Arizona Deer Association (ADA) Hosts Fundraising Banquet At ISE

The Arizona Deer Association (ADA) will host its annual fundraising dinner in partnership with the International Sportsman’s Expo (ISE) at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Saturday, Feb. 25. Doors... Full story


The Early Bird Gets The Fish!

According to Stew Kohnke, our Alamo Lake wildlife manager (and one of my favorite fishing partners when he doesn't outfish me too badly), some boats are catching 20-plus crappies in a day. Most boats... Full story


Stockings Continue In Urban Lakes

Fishing for trout continues to be good to excellent at all Urban Fishing Program waters. Lakes are being stocked every two weeks. Anglers using scented dough baits (such as Power Bait), worms fished... Full story


Wide Array Of Rod Holders Offered

Anglers can be particular about their rod holders. With a wide range of mounting options and materials, Perko offers models to satisfy nearly any need and budget. The basic vertical flush-mount... Full story


Suns Offer Discounted Tickets To Arizona Hunting, Fishing License Holders

Are you a professional basketball fan? Do you have an Arizona hunting or fishing license? The Phoenix Suns are offering discounted ticket prices for two games in February to people who have a current Arizona hunting or fishing license. If you... Full story


Mark Your Calendar For Arizona Game And Fish Outdoor Expo

Whether you are a seasoned outdoors enthusiast or a novice who wants to learn about the amazing outdoor recreational opportunities in our state, you won’t want to miss the Arizona Game and Fish D... Full story


WSFR Program Recognizes 75 Years Of Wildlife Conservation/Partnership Success

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA), and other partners announced on Jan. 17 the start of a year-long celebration of the 75th anniversary of the... Full story


RVs Are Safer With Tamper-Resistant Self-Contained Devices

Roughly 2,400 children suffer electrical injuries each year from incidents involving electrical outlets and receptacles. As a result, the 2008 National Electrical Code (NEC) requires all new modular... Full story


Explore Arizona On Fee-Free Days For BLM-Managed Lands

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), in conjunction with other agencies within the Department of the Interior, will waive recreation-related day-use fees for visitors to the National System of Public... Full story


Forbes Has Placed Sedona On Top 12 Most Beautiful Neighborhoods In America List

AWESOME! -- "Though it's actually a small city, Sedona, Ariz., merits inclusion because its homes are located within one of the most stunningly beautiful stretches of red sandstone formations in the... Full story


Bulldog Canyon OHV Permit Now Available By E-mail

Permits are required to operate motorized vehicles in this OHV area. Gates to the area are locked and access combinations are listed on the free six-month permits. Up to six OHV users per household... Full story


Arizona Wolf Numbers Are Up

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), Arizona Game and Fish Department and other partners in the Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project announced earlier today that the endangered Mexican wolf... Full story


Experts Discuss Quail Conservation At National Symposium In Tucson

The Arizona Game and Fish Department recently served as host agency for the prestigious Quail 7 National Symposium in Tucson. The symposium, which is the largest periodic meeting of quail scientists... Full story


A Rare Sight

Fifteen-year-old photographer Marlin Shank was fortunate enough to capture several images of a rare albino ruby-throated hummingbird while in a park in Staunton, Va. An albino is seldom seen and... Full story


Follow Legislative Issues On Game And Fish Web Site

Are you interested in staying informed about proposed state and federal legislation affecting wildlife, hunting, fishing, shooting sports, off-highway vehicle recreation, boating recreation, or the activities of the Arizona Game and Fish Department?... Full story


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