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MDC congratulates Joshua Lee for shooting a monstrous 76-pound black buffalo at Duck Creek.
June 8 and 9 is Missouri’s Free Fishing Weekend, which fits nicely to continue celebrating a Year of Fish.
Isaac Bohm of Huntsville is the first angler to catch a state-record yellow perch using alternative methods in Missouri.
Students learned about archery, target shooting, fishing, and throwing the atlatl
MDC congratulates Josh Cole on breaking the state record with his 1-pound, 12-ounce redear sunfish caught at Table Rock Lake.
Hybrids stocked in smaller lakes may boost all sport fish populations
Master naturalists enjoy nature as volunteers for conservation and education programs
Hunt squirrel and catch and keep black bass beginning May 25
Good begins forestry duties at MDC's Lebanon office, Hollabaugh to work out of Bolivar office.
Help kids get hooked on the thrill of fishing, and discover nature.
Participants with an adventurous spirit can compete in an outdoor challenge as they learn about nature.
Kids ages 15 years and under can discover the fun of trout fishing at free all-day event.
Firework Fireflies is a free program for children age 2-6.
Department of Conservation recognized for unique, nature-focused school education program.
Bring the whole family to either of these free classes and learn the basics of a lifetime sport.
May 18 event will also feature education stations and free lunch.
More than 1,860 pounds of venison donated to food pantries in Ste. Genevieve and Bloomsdale to feed the hungry.
MDC provides free classes and loaner tackle for new anglers
Register to attend this FREE clinic and gear up for a summer on the water.
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