Ohio

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Talking open water fishing line: Braid vs. fluorocarbon vs. monofilament

Talking open water fishing line: Braid vs. fluorocarbon vs. monofilament

Which angling line when? Use all three for the proper fishing application in a given sportfishing situation.

April 2015
Ohio spring turkey hunt a week away

Ohio spring turkey hunt a week away

Youths get the first shot next weekend

April 2015
A bitter public lands fight for sportsmen… brought to you by the U.S. Congress

A bitter public lands fight for sportsmen… brought to you by the U.S. Congress

Pheasants Forever, National Wild Turkey Federation, Trout Unlimited sign letter with other hunting, fishing, and conservation groups to demand that Congress reject efforts to sell or transfer federal public lands

April 2015
When will orioles and hummingbirds arrive in North Country?

When will orioles and hummingbirds arrive in North Country?

Mapping the migration of these popular birds has been growing in popularity among birdwatchers and can help predict when they’ll visit your feeders.

April 2015
Teach kids safe firearm handling at young age – well before the weapon is loaded

Teach kids safe firearm handling at young age – well before the weapon is loaded

NSSF offers new video to help parents out

April 2015
Wild turkey hunting tips: preparing for your spring hunt

Wild turkey hunting tips: preparing for your spring hunt

Pattern your shotgun now, and work ahead to avoid any unnecessary equipment or calling blunders when chasing gobblers

April 2015

Ohio Calendar of Events - April 10th, 2015

April 2015

Northwest Ohio Fishing Report - April 10th, 2015

April 2015
Algae bill heads to governor after passing House, Senate

Algae bill heads to governor after passing House, Senate

New rules for farmers aimed at reducing the toxic algae in Lake Erie won unanimous approval from the Legislature and were headed to the governor for his expected signature.

April 2015
Buckeye Lake dam will be replaced

Buckeye Lake dam will be replaced

Gov. John Kasich said that Ohio will replace a faulty earthen dam at Buckeye Lake and keep the water level low for now, despite local concerns about the economic impact of not filling the popular recreational reservoir where boating brings tourism and business.

April 2015
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