Friday August 27 2010

Fancy Creek Sight-In
Can I catch bait fish in one lake and use them another?

No. Bait fish caught in one department-managed water may not be transported to and used in another department-managed water. It is also illegal to release fish caught in public water unless caught in that water. Exotic species such as Asian carp and white perch are serious threats to our native fish populations and angling traditions, and moving bait fish may introduce these dangerous exotics into new waters. For more information, refer to the Aquatic Nuisance Species page.

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Participants in the Tuttle Creek youth/handicap assisted deer hunt, scheduled Sept. 11-12 at Tuttle Creek Reservoir, had to complete a shooting proficiency test at Fancy Creek Range before qualifying for a blind.

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