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Easter Holiday Closures for Bodcau and Woodworth Shooting Ranges Announced (News)

LWFC offers hunting, fishing & boating COVID-19 safety tips (News)

LDWF ALERT: Be Aware Of Fake Hunting and Fishing Announcements (News)

LDWF responds to several fake news articles, one regarding increased fishing fines and, most recently, the supposed forced closure of hunting and fishing season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

La. Fishing License Sales Continued to Climb During May (News)

Fishing license sales increased for the third consecutive month in May, as it appears residents are finding fishing a great way to have fun and stay safe in the age of COVID-19.

Hunter Education Classes, Field Days to Resume in July, LDWF Announces (News)

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will resume in-person hunter education classes and field days in July. LDWF, however, is encouraging all students who need hunter education certification to take the online course then sign up for an in-person field course. All classes will be at 50% facility capacity during Phase 2 reopening.

Louisiana Alligator Advisory Council to Meet Sept. 8 Via Webinar (News)

The Louisiana Alligator Advisory Council will meet by webinar Tuesday (Sept. 8) at 8 a.m. This meeting of the council is being conducted by webinar due to the public health emergency declared in response to the threat presented by COVID-19.

Louisiana Alligator Advisory Council to Meet Nov. 18 Via Webinar (News)

The Louisiana Alligator Advisory Council will meet by webinar Wednesday (Nov. 18) at 9 a.m. This meeting of the council is being conducted by webinar due to the public health emergency declared in response to the threat presented by COVID-19.

Pearl River/Honey Island Shooting Range to Re-open June 12, LDWF Announces (News)

LDWF Encourages WMA Users to Utilize WMA Check In/Check Out App (News)

Louisiana fisheries set to receive $73 million in federal assistance (News)

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is developing plans on how to best utilize $73 million in federal funding to help the state's fishing industry rebound from the severe financial losses caused by the 2019 freshwater flooding event and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic.

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