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Regular firearms season for deer and bear begins Nov. 19

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos has announced deer and bear hunting seasons in New York’s Southern Zone begin Saturday, Nov. 19. Hunters … more

Take it, tag it, report it!

DEC reminds New York hunters of the importance of reporting their harvest. Harvest reporting is critical to wildlife management, and hunters are required to report their harvest of deer, bear and … more

Youth hunter bags buck

Aiden Branigan, 14, harvested this 7-point buck on Oct. 8, in Sidney Center. more

New Freshwater Fishing Regulation Changes for 2022

Following a public comment period on the draft proposals earlier this year, the new regulations reflect the input received and the support of the angling community in Department of Environmental … more

Catch and Release Season

A catch and release season for inland trout streams has been established. This season runs from Oct. 16 – March 31 and is limited to use of artificial lures only. Black Bass regulations with a … more

A Family Who Fishes Together ...

The Foster family, of Walton, avid catch-and-release anglers, enjoy still-water fishing and stream fishing for trout, bass, sunfish and more! more

Delaware River Watershed Day

Congressman Antonio Delgado hosted a group of advocates in Washington, D.C. in March for a meeting to discuss progress and map future plans to secure resources for the Delaware River Watershed. … more

Delaware Aqueduct To Shut Down Oct. 2022 Through Spring 2023

NYCDEP (New York City Department of Environmental Conservation) will repair a leak in their Delaware water supply system which will require the Delaware Aqueduct (the tunnel that conveys water from … more

Farmed Fish: Stocked Pond Management

DELAWARE COUNTY - One way to increase chances of catching fish is by fishing in stocked waters - ponds, lakes or streams.  New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Region … more

New York Anglers: New Fishing Regs Effective April 1

The following list offers a brief summary of the most notable fishing regulation changes. • New statewide regulation for rainbow, brown trout, and splake in lakes and ponds; the season will … more

Trout Regulation Changes

Inland Trout Streams are now regulated by category as follows: 1. Statewide inland trout stream regulation: five trout with no more than two over 12”. 2. Wild-Premier: one trout, any … more

DEC Advice To Avoid Coyote Conflicts

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has issued guidance to help prevent conflicts between people and coyotes to protect the public and their pets.   DEC … more
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