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 By Carol L Allen    Events    

On The Cover October 2019

In many parts of our country, summer warmth has turned into crisp, cool fall weather. However, in the Southwest, we have an extended season of time to spend in and on the water and to enjoy many...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Events   

On The Cover September 2019

Finally cool weather is ahead and along with that are some great autumn events. Now is the transition time to fall and winter outdoor activities, including all that is available on local deserts,...

 

Haigler Creek / Young / Hell's Canyon Loop

Almost thirty-five years ago, John and I and our American Brittany, Katie, went to Haigler Creek for the weekend. We camped in the woods right next to the creek and never saw anyone else the whole...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

On The Cover August 2019

The bass tells this story well. It will be the target of some veterans and their pro-angler partners. Hopefully, all will enjoy this very special event that combines community involvement with...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    August 1, 2019

Bald Eagle Released

Three-year-old eagle undergoes surgery to repair broken leg, released at Horseshoe Lake. After a graceful half-mile flight across Horseshoe Lake, the three-year-old bald eagle released back into the...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

On The Cover - July 2019

As Margie Anderson says in her article "Walks with Water" in "Land Cruising", " Summer is tough when you live in the Valley. However, if you're up for a casual stroll and you go very early or very...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

On The Cover - June 2019

As much as we all enjoy the Southwest and much of the year in Arizona, we do have to endure the soaring temperatures of summer for a few months. There are out-of-state "escape routes" such as San Dieg...

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2019

Lower Kalama River Steelhead Retention Reopens

Hatchery steelhead retention reopens on the lower Kalama River, use of barbless hooks is voluntary Action: Retention of hatchery steelhead is open under permanent rule on the lower Kalama River. The u...

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2019

Columbia River Chinook Opening

Third weekend opening planned for Columbia River spring chinook fishery below Bonneville Dam OLYMPIA – For the third weekend in a row, a section of the lower Columbia River will reopen for two days...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

On The Cover - March 2019

Thanks again to Bob Brown of Media Direction for the featured photo. The "cover girl" for this issue shows the form for fun in the water as the weather warms. Yes, it's boating season again in the...

 

Late Fall Lake Powell Fish Report - Gustaveson Signs Off For 2018

We have finished fishing with gill nets at Good Hope Bay and Rincon. Therefore, this will be the last regular weekly report for 2018. Each year we do gill net studies to document changes in fish...

 
 By Carol L Allen    Events   

Western Outdoor Times - On The Cover - November 2018

Going Up the Mast" is just one workshop at the Sailing Convention for Women. The Sailing Convention for Women, presented by Gail Hine, will be held on Sat., Feb. 2, 2019 at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht...

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    October 1, 2018

Drano Lake To Close To All Fishing

Species affected: All species Location: In the waters downstream of markers on a point of land downstream and across from Little White Salmon National Fish Hatchery and upstream of the Highway 14...

 

Lake Powell Fish Report - Spoon Up Some Stripers

At press time, Lake Powell was continuing to drop about one foot per week. The Castle Rock Cut should be passable for another two months. It was recently announced that a High Flow Experiment (HFE) wi...

 
 By azgfd    RVing    September 1, 2018

Don't Go Mudding On Your OHV

Operate Responsibly; Don't Go Mudding On Your OHV While it may be tempting to go out on an off-highway vehicle (OHV) after a rainstorm when the temperature is cooler and the ground is fresh, doing so...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

AZBW/WOT On The Cover - Boats Play A Big Role

First, thanks to news@martinflory.com for the cover photo. Second, from kayaks to high-performance boats to fishing craft - and more - spring shows in the Southwest are starring all kinds of...

 
 By Carol L. Allen    Events   

Downstream – AZBW / WOT Events Calendar, March 2018

This is where to find the outdoor activities that will be taking place. You'll find boat shows, RV shows, camping, fishing, kayaking and more....

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    March 1, 2018

Enjoying The Hassayampa River Canyon Wilderness

The Hassayampa River begins somewhere south of Prescott and flows through Wickenburg before joining the Gila River near Hassayampa, Ariz. It is around 113 miles long, but most of the time the...

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    January 1, 2018

Endangered Gila Topminnow Returns To Santa Cruz River Near Tucson

After an absence of more than 70 years, the endangered Gila topminnow has reappeared in the Santa Cruz River in northwest Tucson, fish surveys conducted in November confirm. Scientists were hopeful...

 
 By Margie Anderson    RVing    July 1, 2017

Beat The Heat In Beautiful Payson

At 5000 feet, Payson stays quite a bit cooler than Phoenix in the summer. Temperatures may reach the mid 90s, but if you're in a shady forest, it seems a lot cooler. We love to go to Payson, and...

 

Lake Powell Fish Report

The quality of life is measured by amount of time spent fishing. Lake Powell is rising.   Spring runoff has begun a bit early due to warm days in March. That may change as another storm front is now...

 
 By AZBW    Fishing    December 1, 2016

Fish Health Surveys Inform Conservation

I'm standing in a small side room at Willow Beach National Fish Hatchery, just off a larger chamber where a dozen concrete raceways lie. Double-doored olive metal cabinets stand against white walls...

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    September 1, 2016

Release Chinook Marked With Hole Punch In Upper Columbia River Fisheries

September 8, 2016 Action: Anglers are required to release chinook salmon that have a ¼-inch diameter (round) hole punched in the upper lobe of the caudal (tail) fin Effective dates: Sept. 15 ...

 
 By AZGFD    Fishing    August 1, 2016

Excerpts From AZGFD Report

Tip Of The Week For those athletic anglers looking for lots of exercise, good fishing, and no crowds, try Chevelon Lake. This steep-sided canyon lake is not shore-angler friendly, so float tubes,...

 

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