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Sportsmen Since 1967

February 14, 2008

Southeast Region

Dillon Lake (Muskingum County) – Anglers have been catching average size bluegills and smaller crappies below the spillway using jigs tipped with minnows, reports Bob Mathie at Bob’s Outdoor Supply. Jigs with Twister Tails in white or chartreuse should put fish on the hook. Mathie said the decent bite should continue for another week or […]

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Northeast Region

Briar Creek Lake (Columbia County) – A Feb. 5 trout stocking was slated. Lake Wallenpaupack (Pike County) – This big lake was very ice fishable in early February with anglers picking up large numbers of perch and bass on fathead and medium minnows on tip-ups and jigs. Mauch Chunk Lake (Carbon County) – Warm weather had eroded

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Court ruling deemed crucial for wildlife officers’ duties

Toledo, Ohio – An Erie County Court decision that could have seriously hampered the ability of state wildlife officers to investigate possible hunting and wildlife violations on private property has been reversed by the Sixth District Court of Appeals in Toledo. In a 3-0 decision, the court affirmed that Section 1513.14 of the Ohio Revised

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Big Six

LAKE MILLE LACS East – The best perch reports are coming off the Four and Five Mile gravel areas in 28 to 32 feet. The Midget Flat and Blue Jug Flat have produced perch in 30 feet or more. Walleye action has been limited with just a few fish coming off Agate Bay Reef during

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