MDC Wild Webcast: Discover Nature Fishing

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Conservation makes Missouri a great place to fish. Fishing is a great way for people to have fun outdoors, learn about conservation, and make happy memories together.

Join the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Wild Webcast: Discover Nature Fishing Wednesday, March 8, from 1-2 p.m. CST to learn from Department experts about fishing in the Show-Me-State.

MDC Fisheries Division Chief Brian Canaday and MDC Stream and Watershed Chief Sherry Fischer will provide a brief presentation on Discover Nature Fishing and then answer questions from webcast participants.

SAVE YOUR SPOT NOW by registering at for the MDC Wild Webcast: Discover Nature Fishing to learn:

  • Discover Nature Fishing classes,
  • Trout fishing in the Show-Me-State,
  • Rod-and-Reel Loner Program,
  • MO Fishing app.,
  • State-record fish,
  • Stream Team volunteer opportunities

REGISTOR TODAY at for the MDC Wild Webcast: Discover Nature Fishing

Watch previous MDC Wild Webcasts on Talking Hogs, The Buzz About Pollinators, Be Bear Aware, and The Fight Against Chronic Wasting Disease at

MDC will also offer Wild Webcasts on birding in May, mountain lions in September, and invasive species in November.