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April 11, 2008

Ohio at center of issue to prevent water diversion

Traverse City, Mich. (AP) – An interstate water compact designed to prevent thirsty regions from tapping the Great Lakes could be sunk if legislators seeking changes in Ohio and Wisconsin are successful, supporters of the deal said last month. Influential lawmakers in both states are proposing last-minute revisions that critics say might unravel the pact, …

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Ohio River Region

Water levels in the Ohio River continue to fluctuate daily due to rainfall events.  To check real-time water level data, visit the USGS Web site at  Sauger are present, angling pressure has been light, and the river is difficult to access. Try a slow retrieve with yellow, green or chartreuse Twister Tails.

Doe hunting plan doubted by PGC

Harrisburg – At their meeting April 21-22, Pennsylvania game commissioners will either vote to implement or throw out controversial deer-season changes in four management units that they introduced at the January meeting. The outcome is far from certain. And with biologists both inside and outside the agency questioning the science behind the move to cut

Deer harvest down 11% from last year

Harrisburg – Hunters killed 11 percent fewer deer last year than they did in 2006, according to Pennsylvania Game Commission harvest estimates. According to the numbers, released in late March, hunters killed 323,070 deer in the 2007-08 hunting seasons. That includes 109,200 bucks and 213,870 does. The buck harvest accounted for most of the decline.

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