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Want to design California's 2013 upland game-bird stamp? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking submissions.
It's a giant celebration of all things trout. Kids can play trout-themed games while learning everything from proper rigging and casting techniques to how to safely handle and clean fish. There's fish tasting, printing and dissection.
Hosted by the Central Valley Sportsman's Club, this 35th annual event is open to all kids 15 and younger. There is no charge to participate.
A bill that would allow California anglers to buy a 12-month fishing license, regardless of when it was purchased, was approved Tuesday by the Senate Natural Resources Committee.
The Fresno running community is showing its support on Sunday for the victims, spectators and participants impacted by Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon by holding a Love To Boston Walk/Run.
Sycamore Island Park is celebrating the restoration of the San Joaquin River with a bass and trout fishing derby on Saturday.
The Clear Creek Management Area would reopen to limited motorized use under the terms of a Proposed Resource Management Plan and Final Environmental Impact Statement released Friday by the Bureau of Land Management.
California residents spend $85.4 billion annually on outdoor recreation, which supports 732,100 California jobs, generates $27 billion in wages and produces $6.7 billion in state and local tax revenues, according to a report by the Outdoor Industry Associ
Tyrone Justin Cowan has several mental disorders that affect his ability to plan a murder, a Fresno psychiatrist said, but other doctors testifying during his murder trial Monday said he is faking the illnesses.
Unless there is a dramatic change in the weather, China Peak will only have its base area running Friday when the winter resort opens for 2012-13.