Spring is here and it is a perfect time to get out and enjoy
fantastic fishing opportunities.
Before heading out, anglers will want to grab a copy of the "2004
Oklahoma Angler’s Guide." The informative guide can be found in the
March/April 2004 issue of “Outdoor Oklahoma” magazine, the official
publication of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
"The Angler’s Guide is a great way to get ready for the spring and
fishing season," said Nels Rodefeld, “Outdoor Oklahoma” editor. "It
provides electrofishing results, tournament data, stocking rates and
premier destinations for many popular species. The Angler’s Guide
an invaluable resource to help plan your upcoming fishing trips.”
Those interested in striking up a friendly dispute with their
fishing partners will want to be sure to read a second installment
“The Best of Oklahoma.” The article examines some of the more often
debated topics such as what is the hardest fighting fish or what is
best type of arrows for deer hunting. Readers are even invited to
their own opinions on these topics.
Bird lovers will want to read “Where Bluebirds Fly.” The article
insight on the colorful little birds such as natural history and how
give bluebirds a helping hand by providing nest boxes this spring.
Hunters who are a getting a case of the spring turkey fever will
check out a special profile on McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area.
only does the article offer a great description of this scenic area,
author also reveals a few of his tried and true hunting tips for
southeast Oklahoma gobbler.
The Watchable Wildlife profile features one of the state’s most
mammals, the pronghorn antelope.
To obtain the most recent issue mail $4 (check, cash, money orders
cashier's check) to “Outdoor Oklahoma” magazine, P.O. Box 53465,
Oklahoma City, OK 73152. However, one-year subscriptions are just
$10 (two years for $18 or three years for $25) and are available by
1-800-777-0019. Additionally, you can subscribe over the Internet by
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