Tea Lakes offers excellent fishing all year long

Readers of the River Hills Traveler enjoy the many opportunities the state of Missouri has to offer. There is almost an endless list of activities and opportunities that the outdoor sportsperson can indulge themselves in.

Spelunking, birdwatching, hiking, bicycle riding, ATV parks, visiting historic places along with the traditional camping, hunting and fishing adventures or just reading about these activities.

All of this is topped off with a good meal, whether it be over a campfire or a restaurant in a quaint Missouri town.

The River Hills Traveler, along with the Missouri Department of Conservation and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, are a few of the primary resource references that the sportsperson may use to plan an activity or as an educational tool to become more knowledgeable in their preferred sport.

Bill Wakefield

Another resource that is often overlooked is the Conservation Federation of Missouri.  Sportsmen throughout Missouri came together in 1935 to form the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) with the purpose of taking conservation out of politics.

Their initiative petition campaign resulted in the creation of the Missouri Department of Conservation, a non-political conservation agency that has been a model for other states.

The Conservation Federation of Missouri is not a branch of state government or an entity of a public agency. CFM is a private organization made up of thousands of Missourians who work together to better our natural resources, and represents Missouri’s citizen conservationists. 

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