Tips to be offered on fishing AZ
Fishing in Arizona may seem like an oxymoron in regards to desert and water, but there are numerous opportunities in the area and the impacts to the local and state economy are extensive.
Andy Clark, fisheries biologist with the Arizona Game and Fish Department's Kingman office, will conduct a Fishing Arizona presentation as part of the Summer Wildlife Series from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday on the Kingman campus of Mohave Community College, 1971 Jagerson Ave., Room 200F.
The presentation is free and open to the public. Game and Fish personnel will remain to answer questions following the talk.
"This allows us to be in one location and answer all those questions that have been nagging beginners and experienced anglers alike," Clark said. "Where do I go to catch fish close to home? What kind of bait is best? How do I get started? What kind of license do I need?"
Remaining on the schedule for the Summer Wildlife Series is Owls/Raptors of Arizona on July 24, Black-footed Ferrets on Aug. 7 and the Desert Tortoise on Aug. 28.