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"2004 Oklahoma Fishing Guides" and much more available at wildlifedepartment.com

The "2004 Oklahoma Fishing Guide" will soon be hitting the shelves of fishing and hunting license dealers across the state. But store shelves arenít the only place to find the guides. Anglers who want to immediately view or download a copy of the "2004 Oklahoma Fishing Guide" from the Internet can do so by logging on to www.wildlifedepartment.com<

The booklet not only lists regulations governing fishing in the state, but it also contains fishing tips and a wide variety of other helpful information. Before heading out on a fishing trip in the New Year, anglers should be sure to pick up or print off a copy of the "2004 Oklahoma Fishing Guide."

Thatís not all that sportsmen can find on the Departmentís Web site. The site is a true one-stop cyber shop for the outdoor enthusiast.

Smart anglers can find out where the hottest fishing action is taking place by logging onto www.wildlifedepartment.com/fishrpt.htm<. Anglers can find out how some of the state's most popular game fish are biting including bass, catfish, crappie and others. Compiled by Wildlife Department personnel and independent reporters, the reports even include techniques and locations to increase angler success. To sign up for the weekly electronic news release, which also includes the weekly fishing report, go to www.wildlifedepartment.com/wl_news.htm<.

Hunters and anglers can even purchase their hunting and fishing licenses online by simply logging on to www.wildlifedepartment.com/hflicens.htm<. You can purchase a license 24 hours a day and never leave the comfort of your home computer.

Itís never too early to get a jump on spring turkey seasons. Hunters now have a new tool to find out-of-the-way hotspots - digital interactive maps. Hunters can fly down the information superhighway and do some virtual scouting on wildlife management areas across the state - all while never putting a single mile on your vehicle. Log on to www.wildlifedepartment.com/wmas2.htm< to view the new maps which include a wealth of information such as topography and aerial photos.

The Web site also features online brochures, outdoor news reports, information on non-game species and much more. Simply log on and explore.

 

 

 

 

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