Friday, March 31st, 2023
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October 20, 2005

Ohio’s Largest Best Buck Photo Contest!

Each fall, Ohio Outdoor News will announce its annual Best Buck Contest. We offer prizes and awards to 5 winners! This is a photo contest. Ohio Outdoor News would rather support the notion of sportsmen and women enjoying the experience and creating memories than just concentrating on antler size. The rating system will be on

CPR saves waterfowling pup

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Winnebago, Minn. — State conservation officers Todd VanderWeyst and Mitch Boyum stop short of calling what happened in their duck hunting boat last week a miracle. But still, a bit of divine intervention may have helped the two preserve the life of a young yellow Lab named Dutch. Boyum, a

The ‘lakes’ area: Can we grow more wisely?

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Brainerd, Minn. — When it comes to population growth in the state of Minnesota, the ’90s definitely were roaring. The population grew by more than half a million during the decade. Conservationists now are monitoring the effects of more newcomers on the environment, and how the environmentally recluse might learn

Early season hunters kill 1,000-plus deer

By Joe Albert Staff Writer North Branch, Minn. — The state’s first foray into alternative deer management is in the bag. In some instances the early season for antlerless deer, held last weekend in eight north metro and northwest permit areas, was more popular and more successful than DNR officials expected. A total of 5,526

Virus hits federal hatchery

Deborah Weisberg Contributing Writer Warren, Pa. — Federal and state wildlife officials will decide by the middle of this month what to do with almost one million trout at the Allegheny National Fish Hatchery near Warren infected with a virus that either kills fish or makes them carriers. The bulk of the fish are lake

Changes suggested for muskie stocking

By Dean Bortz Editor Stevens Point, Wis. — The DNR’s muskie propagation program is in pretty good shape, but a geneticist who reviewed the program said the DNR could remove any questions about its muskie efforts by adding more brood lakes and collecting eggs and milt throughout the spawning run. Earlier this year, a citizen

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