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Free Apps Give Information about Fall Colors, Hunting and Fishing in Missouri

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The Glade Top Trail winds for 23 colorful miles across dramatic hilltops and glades. This photo was taken during the peak fall

Fall is just around the corner, and trees will soon be turning yellow, orange and red.  There’s a handy way now to find out about where to go to view those colors—with an app from the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Other free apps allow you to find out about hunting and fishing in Missouri.

The MO Fall Colors app shows current fall color scenes around the state and how to get to where they are.  It also features weekly fall color forecasts from mid-September through October.  And you can share your fall color finds.

The MO Hunting app allows someone to purchase and view hunting and fishing permits from a mobile device, and deer and turkey hunters can check current harvests.

The Find MO Fish app shows public boat ramps and underwater fish structures in Missouri’s major lakes, rivers and streams and details regulations for specific species and specific areas.  It also contains a fish ID guide and weekly fish reports.

To download an app, click here.