Find St. Louis’ fishing hotspots with the Missouri Department of Conservation

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Update: The Missouri Department of Conservation has canceled tonight's “Fishin’ Hotspots of the St. Louis Area” program at Powder Valley Nature Center. They say that unforeseen circumstances have made the speaker unavailable. The program will be rescheduled at a later date.

ST. LOUIS – Fisheries management biologist Kevin Meneau joins us to promote the Missouri Department of Conservation's Fishing Hotspot program.

St. Louis has many hidden-gem fishing spots that MDC wants to share with local anglers. There are more than 80 public lakes comprising more than 1,200 acres of fishable water all within a one-hour drive of the Gateway Arch.

At the free event Thursday night, attendees can learn about fishing regulations, what species to look for, and the best way to catch them.

St. Louis Lake Fishing Hotspots
Thursday February 21 at 7 p.m.
Powder Valley Nature Center
11715 Cragwold Road Kirkwood
Pre-register at 

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