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Sportsmen Since 1967

February 2, 2006

Disappearing ice has made for challenging fishing

NORTHWEST REGION Erie — Catches varied with conditions, with mostly hold-over steelhead being caught, though a few fresh-run fish were reported. Single eggs and minnows or minnow patterns have been productive. Fly anglers were doing well on sucker spawn at Trout Run mid-month. Craig Nemchik, of White Oak, caught 12 steelhead, including a 9-pounder on […]

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Proposal would make it illegal to ‘eBay’ permits

By Frank Hinchey Contributing Writer Columbus — The Ohio Division of Wildlife will propose new rules this year to discourage profiteering from resale of highly prized permits for the division’s annual controlled hunts. Each year, the wildlife division conducts controlled hunts on public wildlife areas and one national wildlife refuge. Winners of the limited permit

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Banquets/Fundraisers

Feb. 4: League of Ohio Sportsmen Annual Waterfowl Symposium, 9-12 noon, Our Guest Inn, Port Clinton. For more info, call 614-224-8970 or email secretary@leagueofohiosportsmen.org Feb. 4: Zanesville NWTF Banquet. For more info call Chuck Holman, 740-522-0118. Feb. 11: RGS Ohio Hills Chapter, Annual Banquet, 5 p.m., Lancaster Eagles. For info or tickets, call Don Grant,

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