Thursday, March 30th, 2023
Thursday, March 30th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

July 1, 2010

Crappies moving to deeper water; catfish turning on

Central Region Hoover Reservoir (Delaware and Franklin counties) – Crappie fishing is slowing down as fish move to deeper water. Saugeyes are becoming more active as the summer pattern starts to set up. Trolling worm harnesses and crankbaits along the east shore can be productive. Bluegills are active now in shallower areas, flats, and the …

Crappies moving to deeper water; catfish turning on Read More »

DNRE eyes lake trout reg changes

Grand Haven, Mich. – State resource managers want public input on possible changes to lake trout regulations for Lake Michigan to help simplify the system and complement rehabilitation efforts. DNRE officials recently presented possible changes to lake trout season dates, and size and catch limits, at a Michigan Sea Grant informational meeting in Grand Haven.

Online checking to get test drive

Columbus – The DNR Division of Wildlife is planning to “test drive” its new Internet-based license sales and game check system this fall at a handful of locations around the state. Approximately 75 sales agents will pilot the licensing portion of the Wild Ohio Customer Relationship Management System (WOCRMS). An (as yet) undetermined number will

Iowa DNR advises caution on swollen rivers, reservoirs

Boaters, anglers, paddlers and swimmers are encouraged to use caution if planning to spend time on Iowa rivers or flood control reservoirs this July 4 holiday weekend. Near record flooding over much of the state has sent rivers out of their banks and sending downed trees and other debris downstream. “Our rivers are always changing

DOW criminal court hearing delayed over documents

Georgetown, Ohio – A dispute over a request for state records has delayed a court hearing to determine whether five DNR Division of Wildlife officials’ criminal obstruction of justice cases will be dismissed or proceed to trial. Common Pleas Judge Scott Gusweiler of Brown County continued the cases until Aug. 4. At issue is a

Strickland receives endorsement from NRA_

Columbus – The National Rifle Association endorsed Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland in his re-election bid against Republican John Kasich, picking the battleground state for the first of its general election endorsements in 37 governor’s races nationwide. Strickland, a former congressman from Appalachia, made two appearances – at a sporting goods store in Proctorville on the

Crossbow bill passed, forwarded to governor

Albany — Crossbows may be coming to New York. Legislation that would allow crossbows for big game hunting in the state has been passed by both the Assembly and Senate, although the Senate altered the original bill (A924) with several amendments governing when the implements can be used. The bill, at press time, was on

For a limited time, you can get full access to breaking news, all original Outdoor News stories and updates from the entire Great Lakes Region and beyond, the most up-to-date fishing & hunting reports, lake maps, photo & video galleries, the latest gear, wild game cooking tips and recipes, fishing & hunting tips from pros and experts, bonus web content and much, much more, all on your smartphone, tablet or desktop For just a buck per month!

Some restrictions apply. Not valid with other promotions. $1 per month for 6 months (you will be billed $6) and then your subscription will renew at standard subscription rates. For more information see Terms and Conditions. This offer only applies to and not for any Outdoor News print subscriptions. Offer valid thru 3/31/23.

Already a subscriber to Click here to login.

Before you go... Get the latest outdoor news sent to your inbox.

Sign up for our free newsletter.

Email Address(Required)
What outdoor activities interest you?