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December 20, 2007

Ohio River Region

State fisheries biologists recently collected 1,200 sauger from the Ohio River in southwest Ohio. The fish will be held in state fish hatcheries until next spring when they will be used for saugeye propagation, according to the Division of Wildlife.    Lawrence and Scioto counties – At Greenup Dam, saugers are being caught on jigs

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State Park

Joe Albert Associate Editor State Park State park. In July of this year, Gov. Tim Pawlenty proposed a plan to create a new state park on the shores of Lake Vermilion. There was a bunch of early support and excitement, but that seems to have tailed off. A DNR-offered idea on how to pay for

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Northeast Region

Guilford Lake (Columbiana County) – The Division of Wildlife recently completed a crappie population survey at Guilford Lake, a 396-acre system, which is part of Guilford Lake State Park. During the October survey, 694 crappie were collected with trap nets to estimate the status of the black and white crappie populations.  Black crappie represented 57

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Southwest Region

North Park (Allegheny County) – Anglers unable to fish the river have been heading to this small impoundment, which is yielding catches of stocked trout. Allegheny River – High, fast-moving murky water has made fishing very difficult in recent days and pressure was practically non-existent earlier this month. Ohio River – Water was high but

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