Fishing reports that you may have missed this week: 1.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is asking for public comment on a proposal to allow people to kill a fish on a public beach.
A Texas fisherman caught a rare white shark and released it in the Gulf of Mexico.
A New York man caught a lion and released him in the Hudson River.
A Florida man caught an elk and released them in the Great Lakes.
A fisherman in Arizona shot a rare black bear that was later killed by a hunter.
An Oklahoma man caught some rare black bears, but they had been illegally released in a wild area.
An Arizona man caught two rare elk in a field near his house.
An Oregon man caught three rare black elk near a lake.
An Alaska fisherman caught rare elks on a farm.
A Wisconsin fisherman caught an alligator in the middle of the road and released the animal.
An Iowa fisherman caught six alligators in the Yellowstone River.
An Illinois man caught rare gray wolves near the Illinois-Wisconsin border.
An Idaho fisherman caught three gray wolves and two elk.
An Ohio man caught four gray wolves in the St. Louis River.
An Arkansas fisherman caught four elk with their mouths open.
An Alabama man caught six elk from a trailer in a wooded area near his home.
A Maryland fisherman caught two deer in a forest near his family home.
A Montana fisherman caught seven elk off a cliff.
A Wyoming fisherman caught one rare elky.
A Nevada fisherman caught nine elk after he shot a deer in the head.