Articles from the November 15, 2014 edition

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 By Carol L Allen    Events   

Lighted-Boat Parades

One of the favorite traditions nationwide and beyond are the holiday boat parades; three of the most-loved in the Southwest are in Lake Havasu, Tempe, and San Diego. Arizona Lake Havasu, Ariz. - "Ligh... Full story


Arizona Yacht Club News

Arizona Yacht Club members are urged to register now for the 2014 Governor's Cup Regatta, scheduled for two laps around Lake Pleasant. It starts Saturday morning, Dec. 6. The first boat will be... Full story

 By AZBW    Boating    November 15, 2014

Glen Canyon Dam Does High-Flow Release

The U.S. Department of the Interior triggered a "high-flow release" at Glen Canyon Dam beginning Nov. 10 and lasting four days. The release was part of a long-term strategy that was announced in May... Full story


Out Of Africa

Out Africa Wildlife Park is dedicated to wildlife and the wild places that sustain all of us. As many of those wild places around the globe are diminishing, we have heeded the call of developing and... Full story


Hall of Flame Museum Of Firefighting

The Hall of Flame in Scottsdale/Phoenix, Ariz., has almost an acre of fire-history exhibits with over 90 fully restored pieces of fire apparatus from around the world on display. Also here is the... Full story


Lost Our Home Pet Foundation

Just a little south of the intersection of Broadway and Hardy in Tempe, Ariz., is a shelter that gives comfort and hope to pets that have lost their homes through no fault of their own. A visit there... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    November 15, 2014

Arizona Game & Fish Department Wildlife Photo Contest Winners Announced

Chandler photographer Robert Rinsem's image of a handsome hooded merganser gliding across golden waters has captured the grand prize in this year's Arizona wildlife photo contest, sponsored by the... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    November 15, 2014

Stay Alert: Avoid Tragic Vehicle-Wildlife Collisions

More people are now on the roads at the time of day when wildlife can be difficult to see: dusk. The sun is setting and the shadows make many species of wildlife particularly difficult to spot, and... Full story

 By AZBW    Boating    November 15, 2014

Davis Instrument's DockShockle

SHOCK NOT -- Davis Instrument's DockShockle is a fast, easy way to add a shock-absorbing element to dock lines. Available in black, the 12" DockShockle safely absorbs shock loads on smaller, lighter... Full story


Lake Powell Stripers, Shad Ready For Winter

Striped bass annual migration is now almost complete. Fish movement begins in the spring as stripers react to warming water by leaving the backs of the canyons and heading toward the main channel to... Full story

 By AZBW    Events   

In Memory Of Darrel Jacobs: Nov. 29, 1946 - Nov.10, 2014

Viet Nam veteran Darrel Jacobs was a good friend, taken far too early by Huntington's Disease. Darrel is shown with his beloved family: Sue, his life partner, and Lisa, Jessica, and Dara, their... Full story


Christmas Tree Permits

Permits to cut your own Christmas tree will be available starting Nov. 20 at Tonto National Forest offices. The Tonto National Forest will sell Christmas tree permits starting on Thursday, Nov. 20.... Full story

 By Boat US    Boating    November 15, 2014

Winterizing Your Boat

True or False? Take The Boat Winterizing Quiz You're putting the boat away for winter. So what half-truth, wife's tale, urban myth, or tall story have you heard about winterizing a recreational boat?... Full story


Captain's Corner

I would like to talk about what has transpired over the last few days, including Veterans’ Day. You often hear people asking, “Oh, when is Veteran's Day; what time does the parade start? Vet... Full story

 By AZBW    Boating    November 15, 2014

NMMA Analysis 2014 Election

The 2014 midterm elections have come and gone. So what does that mean for our industry and your business? Read on for complete election coverage and analysis from NMMA's government relations experts.... Full story

 By AZGFD    Events   

Here's Your Once-A-Year Opportunity To Go 'Wild'

Come see a bald eagle, bobcat, ringtail, and many bird and reptile species at the free Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center's open house on Saturday, Nov. 22 and Sunday, Nov. 23 from 10-3 p.m. daily.... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    November 15, 2014

AZGFD Report

Tip Of The Week For rainbow trout in the high country, PowerBait and worms are still the best baits, but trout are also more willing to chase down a lure in these cooler water temperatures than they... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    November 15, 2014

Arizona Community Fishing Program

For all you trout enthusiasts, Friday, Nov. 14 was the day! Rainbow trout made their return to the core Community Fishing Program waters. Except for Tempe Town Lake, all expansion waters will be... Full story


Southern Arizona Bass Lakes That Are Often-Overlooked

Even native Arizonans tend to overlook the southern bass lakes when they get the urge to bass fish. The biggest lakes are in the central part of the state and along the Colorado River, and those... Full story

 By AZGFD    Hunting    November 15, 2014

Pronghorn Sheep Poaching Case Information Could Bring Reward

Arizona Game and Fish is seeking information regarding the poaching of a yearling pronghorn buck in Game Management Unit 19B at Juniper Woods south of Interstate 40. Officers with Game and Fish need... Full story


Target Range Coming To The White Mountains

The U.S. Forest Service has issued a special use permit to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission for a new target range to be built near Show Low. The Second Knoll Target Range will be operated by the... Full story


RMEF Rant Reinforces Safety Message

Youth participants in the Arizona Game and Fish Department's hunter education program will receive a blaze orange ("hunter orange") cap when they graduate, thanks to a $9,700 grant from the Rocky... Full story

 By AZGFD    Fishing    November 15, 2014

Native Fish In Danger - Small, But Mighty, Endangered Fish Take A Step Towards Recovery

The endangered, native desert pupfish took another step towards recovery recently when over 300 fish were released by the Arizona Game and Fish Department into a refuge pond at Mesa Community... Full story

 By AZBW    Fishing    November 15, 2014

Quagga Mussel Update

Glen Canyon National Recreation Area staff continue to monitor park waters to determine the distribution of quagga mussels. Quagga mussels were recently identified in sampling locations between Glen... Full story

 By Doug Burt    Hunting    November 15, 2014

Deer, Deer, And More Deer

Doug Burt Hunting and Shooting Sports Program Manager Arizona Game and Fish Department Nov. 21-23 kicks off another string of youth camps! If you're interested in visiting an event to get an idea of... Full story


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